Review: Deli & Grill (Singapore)

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Bukit Merah View Food Centre Singapore

Deli & Grill

does various meats, grilled or fried. Served with fries, rice, fried rice or spaghetti. Grilled meats are nice.

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Pork Chop & Chicken Chop

Seen above is their pork chop and chicken chop served on a hotplate with spaghetti and salad. Fries or rice is also available as an option instead of spaghetti.

Both the pork chop and chicken chop are nicely grilled and its seasoning is really flavourful. The pork chop is soft and tender, and meaty too. The chicken chop is soft and meaty. These are topped with a nicely flavoured black pepper sauce. The spaghetti is firm with a tomato sauce, and the salad is crunchy.

Both grilled meats are definitely tasty. I like it.

Fish Fillet & Chicken Cutlet Rice

This fish fillet and chicken cutlet rice comes with a small serving of fish fillet and a small serving of chicken cutlet, with rice and salad on the side.

The fish fillet has a lightly coated crispy crust outside, and soft moist meat inside. The chicken cutlet is lightly coated as well, with fairly crispy outsides and meaty moist meat. Decently nice seasoning flavours. The plain white rice is firm and the side of salad is crunchy.

This serving of fish fillet and chicken cutlet rice is rather decent.

Chicken Cutlet Fried Rice

If white rice is too plain for you, fried rice is available as well with choice of meats. Seen above is their chicken cutlet fried rice with comes with chicken cutlet, fried rice, a serving of salad and baked beans on the side.

The fried chicken cutlet has rather crispy outsides with soft and moist meat and decent flavours. The fried rice is done with egg only. It is slightly burnt and has a somewhat soft texture from having too much water moisture in the rice. The salad and baked beans are your regular kind.

This plate of chicken cutlet fried rice is quite ordinary. A much better fried rice with choice of meats is available a short walk away at Dong Ji Fried Rice.

The grilled meats are definitely way better than their deep fried meats here.


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