Review: Dynasty Fried Rice (Singapore)

Dynasty Fried Rice: Chicken Cutlet XO Sauce Fried Rice

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Dynasty Fried Rice

does several flavours of fried rice with choice of pork, chicken, prawns and luncheon meat. Their chicken cutlet is nice.

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Pork Chop Egg Fried Rice

The egg fried rice has slivers of egg and chopped spring onions wok fried with rice, and has savoury flavours. However the rice itself is soft and lumpy, a bit soggy as well. There is way too much moisture in the rice. Personally I prefer my fried rice firm and dry. This fried rice does not check any of my boxes.

As for the pork chop, it has nice savoury seasoning flavours, is crispy and meaty. It is actually quite decent. An optional dollop of chilli paste can be added to the side, but I find it too salty for my liking.

Chicken Cutlet XO Sauce Fried Rice

The XO sauce fried rice, however, is firm and dry with nice XO sauce flavourings. Contains slivers of egg and chopped spring onions. The fried rice tastes nice this time, and is likeable.

Chicken cutlet is paired with this plate of fried rice. The chicken cutlet has a crispy batter outside, soft and moist meat inside. It is nicely marinated with flavourful and crispy chicken skin. I like it, and my like rating goes to this combination.

Luncheon Meat Sambal Fried Rice

The sambal fried rice is kind of a mixed bag. The rice is firm but is also a bit damp. It is wok fried with the usual eggs and chopped spring onions. The fried rice tastes decent with a mild note of spiciness. As for the small cubes of luncheon meat, they are the usual canned type and is slightly crispy outside. Just decent.

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