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The Grilled Pork Neck with tamarind spicy sauce ($8.90) was divine. Seriously, that’s all you need to know. No matter how much I raved about it, no amount of words would do justice to the beautiful and rosy pork neck, with a railway track of proportional fats running along the side of the meat. It was fatty, yet not cloying, luscious and so, so tender!
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11 Apr 2013 09:23:56
The Grilled Pork Neck with tamarind spicy sauce ($8.90) was divine. Seriously, that’s all you need to know. No matter how much I raved about it, no amount of words would do justice to the beautiful and rosy pork neck, with a railway track of proportional fats running along the side of the meat. It was fatty, yet not cloying, luscious and so, so tender!
Must try their most favourited dish: basil chicken fried rice!
Grilled Pork Neck with Tamarind Spicy Sauce is delicious! Just nice balance of spiciness and sourness
Decided to go in for a try due to the shop name We ordered their Grilled Pork Neck with Tamarind dipping sauce was outstanding. Slices of pork neck,perfect cut for its blend of fat & meat, served with a tangy sauce that cuts through the meat. The basil chicken fried rice is not very oily & the chicken is very tender. Overall i rate 7/10.
I have been wanting to try this 2 dishes which I heard it was good , so I decided to takeaway for dinner.The Grilled Pork Neck was tasteless when I first ate it, but when I put the leftover in the fridge & had it the next day, it taste better.The Basil Chicken Fried Rice was not fragrant and a bit soggy. This could be due to be the fact that I had it as takeaway and did not eat it at the shop. Prices wise it is not too expensive and if you are fan of Sport, you can watch sport event at the cable TV. Spending: Approximately SGD 8
The place was rather pack on a sunday night with soccer fans gather for football match. Although a chillout place, this place serves simple thai and western fare. We had the fish and chips, tom yam soup, pork collar with tamarind sauce, tang hoon with prawns and thai ice teas. The thai fare are decent; tang hoon with prawns is relatively tasteful with fresh prawns, while the tom yum is satisfying for a thai food amateur like me. The fish and chips are too oily too taste, while the fries are too bland and dry. Pork collar was highly recommended, however, we find it rather normal to taste. Thai ice teas are usual milk teas. Spending: Approximately SGD 19
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