Review: Penang Cuisine (Singapore)

Penang Cuisine: Penang Fried Kway Teow & Mee Goreng

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Penang Cuisine

serves halal versions of penang fried kway teow, fried hokkien mee, fried carrot cake, fried oyster omelette, mee goreng and kampung fried rice.


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Penang Fried Kway Teow

This is a halal version of penang fried kway teow presents a wok fried combination of kway teow, bean sprouts, spring onions and egg. Some prawns and slices of fish cake are added to the dish.

The fish cake is firm and springy, while the prawns are decent size and tastes rather fresh. As for the fried kway teow itself, it is well-seasoned and has a pleasant texture that blends well with the other ingredients. I like it.

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Fried Hokkien Mee

This plate of halal fried hokkien mee features a wok fried combination of thick mee hoon and yellow noodles along with some bean sprouts, spring onions and egg. The dish includes some prawns and sotong. There are more mee hoon than yellow noodles in this fried hokkien mee, and it has a wet texture.

The sotong is firm and chewy, while the prawns are of decent size and tastes fairly fresh. The fried noodles is springy and have flavourful. Served with the dish on the side, is a piece of green lime and a limey tasting chilli paste.

This plate of fried hokkien mee tastes quite likeable with well-balanced flavours.

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Fried Carrot Cake

The fried carrot cake is available in both white and black versions. The dish uses long cubes of radish cake that are pan fried with eggs.

The white version has a nice savory taste and crispy egg coating. The black version has sweet black sauce added, but lacks the crispy texture. Both versions are garnished with chopped spring onions and served with a limey tasting chilli paste on the side.

The white version is quite likable, with its well-balanced flavors and crispy texture. The black version, however falls short for its lack of crispiness. The white version is definitely the preferred choice.

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Fried Oyster Omelette

The fried oyster omelette offered here boast a savoury flavour from its pan fried mixture of eggs and starch. The dish has some crispy parts, as well as some soft and chewy portions. The oysters are small but rather juicy, almost bursting with flavours in your mouth. Served on the side is a limey chilli dip on the side that pairs rather well with the dish. Not bad.

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Mee Goreng

The mee goreng uses yellow noodles wok fried with bean sprouts, spring onions and egg. Portions of sliced fish cake and prawns are added to the dish.

The fish cake is firm and springy, while the prawns are of decent size and tastes fairly fresh. The fried noodles has nice flavourings with a hint of ketchep and a subtle touch of spiciness. Accompanying the dish is a piece of green lime, which adds a burst of freshness and further enhances the flavours of the mee goreng.

In short, this plate of mee goreng is quite enjoyable.

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Kampung Fried Rice

The kampung fried rice served here has a delightful fragrant. The dish comes with prawns, sotong and fish cake, and is wok fried with eggs and spring onions.

The fried rice has a slightly softer texture and is lumpy with too much moisture, but the flavours more than make up for it. The fried rice has a spicy and savoury taste that is quite likeable. Overall, not bad.

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Penang Cuisine

#B2-39
VivoCity

Singapore 098585

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