Review: Sin Ming Grill Western Food (Singapore)

Sin Ming Food Western Grill: Mixed Grill

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Sin Ming Grill Western Food

offers various meats grilled or deep fried, with fries, spaghetti or fried rice. Decent.

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Mixed Grill

This mixed grill comes with a pork chop, chicken chop and lamb chop served with a fried egg, sausage, bacon, fries, coleslaw and baked beans.

The pork chop is meaty with slightly crispy edges, and has nice seasoning flavours. The pork chop is nice. The chicken chop has nice seasoning flavours as well, but its meat is a little dry. The lamp chop is firm and meaty, and has a mild gamey taste. Both the chicken chop and lamp chop are just decent. Some black pepper sauce are topped on the pieces of meats. The sauce is watery and has no peppery flavour at all, quite mediocre in my opinion.

The fried egg has watery yolk and soft whites, the sausage is just the regular supermarket type, and the savoury tasting bacon is soft with no hint of crispiness.

The small serving of fries is crispy and lightly salted. The small serving of coleslaw is crunchy with a slightly sweet taste, and the baked beans is the usual canned type.

For this mixed grill, only the pork chop is nice.

Pork Cutlet

The pork cutlet is soft and meaty with nice seasoning flavours. It is breaded and deep fried to a nice crisp. Comes with a thin wedge of lemon, a small serving of fries, coleslaw and baked beans. The pork cutlet is nice. I like it.

Chicken Cutlet

The chicken cutlet has a crispy breaded crust with crispy skin. Its meat is moist and meaty, and is nicely seasoned. Comes with a thin wedge of lemon, and a small serving of fries, coleslaw and baked beans. The chicken cutlet is nice.

The spaghetti is wet with a mildly sweet tasting tomato sauce. Tastes rather ordinary though.

Fish & Chips

The fish has soft and moist meat, and a crispy breaded crust. Comes with a dollop of mayonnaise and a thin wedge of lemon. A small serving of fries, coleslaw and baked beans is provided as well. Tastes decent.

Lemon Butter Grilled Fish

The grilled fish has its moist and soft fish meat grilled with a nice crisp outside. A slightly lemony and buttery tasting sauce is thinly spread on it. Comes with a small serving of fries, coleslaw and baked beans. The grilled fish is rather nice.

Chicken Wing

The fried chicken wing has a crispy coated skin and juicy meat with savoury seasoning flavours. It is decent.

The fried rice comes with egg and ham bits. It has decent flavours but is a little on the moist side and not dry enough. The included fried egg is ordinary with soft egg yolk and egg whites.


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Sin Ming Grill Western Food

Toa Payoh Lor 8 HC

Singapore 310210


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