Review: The Bowl Story (Singapore)

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ABC Brickworks Food Centre Singapore

The Bowl Story

serves japanese don and curry rice. Choice of pork, chicken, fish and prawns. Tastes decent and likeable.


Fried Ebi Don

This bowl of fried ebi don comes with fried breaded prawns, an onsen egg in a bowl of rice and topped with salad dressing and some seaweed. It is served with a bowl of miso soup on the side.

The fried prawns has a nice crispy breaded crust, and goes well with the salad dressing and seaweed bits. The white rice is firm, and the onsen egg is soft and watery. Quite likeable.

The bowl of miso soup contains some seaweed and beancurd skin. It has decent savoury flavours.

Pork Katsu Curry Rice

The pork katsu curry rice comes with a piece of fried pork cutlet in a bowl of rice with curry sauce and cut pieces of potato and carrot. It is topped with some seaweed and sesame seeds. A bowl of miso soup is provided on the side.

The fried pork cutlet has a nice thick breaded crust that is crispy. It is moist and meaty inside. The curry has slightly spicy and sweet flavours. This one is decent.

Chicken Karaage Curry Rice

The chicken karaage curry rice comes with pieces of fried chicken meat in a bowl of rice with curry sauce and cut pieces of potato and carrot. It is topped with some seaweed and sesame seeds. Served on the side is a bowl of miso soup.

The fried chicken karaage is lightly coated outside and fried to a nice crisp. It has moist meat and nice savoury seasoning flavours. Slightly sweet and slightly spicy tasting curry sauce is added. This bowl of fried chicken karaage curry rice is quite likeable.


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