Review: Farasha by Intan (Singapore)

Farasha by Intan: Nasi Ayam Penyet

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Farasha by Intan

is a popular stall known for its fried chicken served with rice, fried rice and various noodles. Tastes nice.


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Nasi Ayam Penyet

This serving of nasi ayam penyet comes with a piece of fried chicken, fried tofu, a plate of rice and a bowl of soup. Some lettuce and sambal chilli is served on the sides of the fried chicken.

The fried chicken is meaty and flavourul. Its skin has nice seasoning flavours and is crispy. The fried chicken is nice! The fried tofu is soft but unfortunately not crispy. The rice is firm and flavourful and the sambal chilli is very spicy. Worth noting, the accompanying bowl of soup has very nice flavourings.

This nasi ayam penyet is nice! No wonder it is a crowd favourite.

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Maggi Goreng Ayam

Instead of rice, you can choose to have the fried chicken paired with fried noodles and served with lettuce and sambal chilli on the sides. Seen above, it is paired with maggi goreng. The fried chicken is moist and meaty with nice flavourful skin. The maggi goreng has nice seasoning flavours of spiciness with a faint note of sweet. It is nice! This is another crowd favourite.

Mee Goreng Seafood

Instead of fried chicken, their mee goreng is available with seafood too. Yellow noodles is chosen for this mee goreng. It comes with slices of sotong, prawns and chunks of fish cake. These is no egg and bean sprouts though.

This fried mee goreng is wok fried with a black sauce. The sotong is soft, the prawns tastes fairly fresh and the fish cake is soft and springy. The fried noodles is nicely flavoured and has good wok hei. Unfortunately the yellow noodles has an alkaline taste, but still tastes alright. Perhaps choosing kway teow or maggi mee is a better option. Aside from the alkaline tastes coming from the yellow noodles, I like the wok hei and flavourings of this mee goreng.

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