King Of Fried Rice does fried rice in 4 different flavours: egg fried rice, XO sauce fried rice, tom yum fried rice and mala fried rice. Choice of mains includes: shrimps, pork chop, chicken chop, crab meat with tobiko, and luncheon meat.
Egg Fried Rice with Shrimps
This egg fried rice has a very fragrant scent. The fried rice comes with slivers of egg and chopped spring onions. It has a nice firm and dry texture, and is very flavourful. The added shrimps are springy with a slightly savoury taste. You also add an optional spicy fried crispy chilli to the side.
The egg fried rice may look simple, but it brings out the most basic and authentic flavours. This one is good. I like it.
XO Sauce Fried Rice with Chicken Chop
The XO sauce fried rice has very mild hints of XO sauce, which is a bit too light. The fried rice itself has a nice firm and dry texture, wok fried with eggs and chopped spring onions. However, personally I prefer stronger XO sauce flavourings. This fried rice is still a decent one though.
As for the chicken chop, it has soft and juicy meat with flavourful crispy skin. It has nice seasoning flavours with added lemongrass. Nice.
Tom Yum Fried Rice with Crab Meat & Tobiko
This tom yum fried rice is flavourful! It has very nice tom yum flavours, nice firm and dry texture with egg and spring onions. It is topped with crunchy tobiko and served with chunks of soft meaty crab meat on the side. The crab meat on its own is kind of cold. However when everything is mixed and eaten together with the fried rice, it just tastes wonderful. Chunks of crab meat with every mouthful. This is so good!
Mala Fried Rice with Pork Chop
This mala fried rice has a very fragrant scent. It has nice mala flavours that is both spicy and peppery. The fried rice has a nice firm and dry texture. Contains egg, spring onions and bits of dried chilli. The mala fried rice is very flavourful and tastes good!
As for the pork chop, it is meaty and quite soft and juicy with crispy outsides. It has really nice seasoning flavours too. Very likeable!
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