Review: 10 Mixed Veg Rice (Singapore)

10 Mixed Veg Rice: Sweet Sour Pork, Lemon Fish, Egg Tofu, Onion Omelette with Rice & Curry

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10 Mixed Veg Rice

serves cai png with a fairly wide selection of mains and sides. Fried rice, fried mee hoon, etc is available too.


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Cai Png

10 Mixed Veg Rice serves cai png with a fairly wide selection of mains and sides. Seen above is their sweet sour pork, lemon fried fish, egg tofu and onion omelette served with rice and curry sauce.

The sweet sour pork is firm and meaty and has nice flavours, however, it is not crispy. The decently flavoured lemon fried fish has a slightly crispy batter covering chunks of soft fish meat. The egg tofu is soft with nice savoury tastes, and the onion omelette is soft with crunchy bits of onions. Curry sauce tastes decent and is not spicy at all.

This serving of cai png is decent.

Fried Rice

Fried rice is also available as an option. The fried rice comes with mixed beans, onions and egg. It is a bit moist and lumpy but tastes decent. The chicken cutlet has soft and moist meat. Its skin is flavourful with lemon sauce but is not crispy. The stir fried egg comes with carrots and onions and tastes rather decent.

Fried Mee Hoon & Fried Noodles

The fried white mee hoon is moist, and comes with egg, some vegetables and carrot shreds. It tastes a bit bland though. The fried maggi mee comes with some bean sprouts and onions, and has rather decent flavours.

The stir fried bean sprouts comes with some vegetables. It is moist and crunchy and tastes rather nice. The fried prawn has a crispy batter covering a whole prawn. It is nice too.

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LOCATION

10 Mixed Veg Rice

#01-141
10 Telok Blangah Cres.

Singapore 090010

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