Review: Jason Western Food (Singapore)

Jason Western Food: Hotplate Black Pepper Chicken Chop & Fries, Baked Beans, Coleslaw.webp

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Jason Western Food

does western food with chicken, pork, fish and beef either grilled or deep fried. With fries or rice. Decent.

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Chicken Chop

The chicken chop comes served in either a regular plate or in a hotplate. Above is their hotplate version, in which the chicken chop is served on the hotplate. The fries, baked beans and coleslaw are served separately on a plate.

The chicken chop has soft, tender and juicy meat with nice savoury seasoning flavours with a hint of smokiness. Its skin is soft but flavourful. It is served with a black pepper sauce that is mildly peppery with some crunchy onion bits.

The fries are lightly salted and is crispy. The baked beans are the usual can ones. The coleslaw is moist and crunchy with decent flavours.

This hotplate chicken chop is rather likeable.

Chicken Cutlet

The chicken cutlet has a crispy breaded crust wrapping its moist and meaty chicken meat with nice seasoning flavours. Its skin is crispy and rather flavourful. Comes with a dollop of mayonnaise on the side. This is likeable too.

Fried Chicken

The fried chicken has nicely seasoned juicy pieces of chicken meat lightly coated in a crispy batter. Its skin is crispy and fairly flavourful.

Pork Chop

The pork chop is firm and meaty with nice flavours. It has some soft fatty parts which are rather nice. A slightly savoury and slightly sweet tasting sauce is added to the pork chop. Quite decent.

Fish Fillet

Rice is chosen for this instead of fries. The white rice has a firm texture, The fish fillet has a crispy breaded crust wrapping its soft, moist and savouring tasting fish meat. Comes with a dollop of mayonnaise and it pairs pretty well with the fish. Decent too.


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