Review: Dao Xiang Ju (Singapore)

Dao Xiang Ju: XO Fried Rice & Guotie

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Dao Xiang Ju

does various rice dishes, fried rice, fried hor fun and dumplings. Mostly just OK.


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Fried Rice

Dao Xiang Ju serves a selection of fried rice dishes.

The chicken cutlet fried rice has a piece of savoury and meaty chicken chop with a crispy crust, that is getting soft, served on a plate of fried rice. The fried rice has a nice dry texture, slivers of eggs, chopped spring onions and some soft char siew bits. The fried rice has pretty decent flavours.

The cantonese sausage fried rice is firm but a little moist with too much moisture. It has slivers of eggs, chopped spring onions, some soft char siew bits and slices of lap cheong. The lap cheong is firm and sweet but it is definitely not cantonese style lap cheong. Just ok.

The xo sauce fried rice comes with prawns, sotong, fish cake and crab stick bits. The fried rice is a bit moist with nice xo sauce flavours and a mild tint of spiciness. The prawn is decent, the sotong is soft, the fish cake and crab stick bits are just the regular ones. Tastes rather likeable.

The tom yum fried rice is a little moist with slightly soury and slightly spicy tom yum flavours. Comes with prawns, fish cake, char siew bits, tomato, chopped spring onions and slivers of eggs. Tastes decent.

Overall the fried rice here is decent with some hits and misses.

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Fried Chicken Wing Rice

The fried chicken wing is moist and meaty with a nice lightly coated batter and decent flavours. Comes with a thai sweet chilli sauce that pairs rather well. Not bad. These are served with plain white rice and a fried egg with crispy whites and cooked yolk.

Black Pepper Pork Rice

The slices of pork is soft and meaty. These are stir fried with some onions is a slightly peppery sauce and topped with some chopped spring onions. Served with plain white rice and a fried egg. Just ok.

Fried Kway Teow

This fried kway teow is more like dry fried hor fun. It comes with some prawns and fish cake slices. Some vegetables and bean sprouts are also added to the fried kway teow. It has strong soya sauce flavours and way too salty. This is definitely not a proper fried kway teow. It is a very poor imitation and tastes outright terrible. There are lots of authentic fried kway teow that tastes way better in the neighbourhood.

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Guotie & Dumplings

The pan fried guotie has crispy undersides and chewy skin wrapping a flavourful meat filling. The boiled dumplings has a soft and chewy skin with juicy and flavourful soft meat filling containing some crunchy vegetables. Both are nice.

Xiao Long Bao

The xiao long bao comes served in a pair of containers. The xiao long bao has a thin skin that is slightly sticky and slightly chewy. It has a soft meaty filling with some soup which are nicely flavoured with a hint of ginger. However some of the xiao long bao are dry and hardly has any soup which tastes quite terrible. Only the ones containing soup in its skin is nice. There are better xiao long bao out there.

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LOCATION

Dao Xiang Ju

#01-61
Maxwell Food Centre

Singapore 069184

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