Review: Swee Lee Western Food (Singapore)

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Whampoa Makan Place Singapore

Swee Lee Western Food

is just another western food stall serving the usual choices of grilled and fried meats. Quite ordinary.

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Mixed Grill

The mixed grill comes with a piece of pork chop, a piece of lamb chop and beef steak, served with fries, coleslaw, baked beans, a fried egg, sausage and a bun.

The pork chop is a lean meat cut. It is meaty and quite dry with a hard and firm texture. Seasoning flavours is decent, but the meat is way too tough and dry for my liking.

The beef steak is meaty, firm and rather tough as well. Seasoning flavours is nice, though I would have preferred my beef more tender and juicy. Not exactly good but still acceptable.

The lamb chop has a soft and tender meat, without any gamey flavours. Its seasoning is flavourful and rather juicy. This is definitely better than their pork and beef.

The fries are lightly salted and fairly crispy. The coleslaw is crunchy with decent salad dressing flavours. The fried egg, sausage, baked beans and bun are all your regular stuff.

Only the lamb chop is likeable. Can skip both the pork and beef.

Chicken Cutlet

The chicken cutlet has a nice crispy crust with soft and moist meat. Seasoning flavours is nice. Comes served with fries, coleslaw, baked beans and a bun. This chicken cutlet is quite decent.

Fish & Chips

This deep fried fish fillet has a nice crispy breaded crust with soft savoury tasting fish meat. A dollop of mayonnaise and a wedge of lemon is served on the sides. Tastes rather nice with mayonnaise added. Comes with the usual fries, coleslaw, baked beans and bun. This fish & chips is rather likeable.

Fried Chicken Wings with Rice

The fried chicken wing has a nice crispy light batter moist meat and nice savoury seasoning flavours. Comes served with plain white rice with a firm texture and the fried egg is an extra add-on. The fried chicken wings is nice. I like it.

Fish Burger

This fish burger uses a regular supermarket type fish fillet that is deep fried with a nice crisp. It has a savoury taste. A slice of cheese and a dollop of mayonnaise is added, and sandwiched in between a lightly toasted sesame bun. Decent.


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