Review: Tiong Bahru Hot Plate Western Food (Singapore)



Tiong Bahru Market Singapore

Tiong Bahru Hot Plate Western Food

is a western food stall serving the usual choice of meats, either grilled or deep fried.


Mixed Grill

This mixed grill comes served on a hot plate with a small slice of beef, chicken chop, sausage, coleslaw, fries, baked beans and an egg.

The beef is meaty and tastes decent but a bit tough. The chicken is soft and juicy, and tastes nice especially with its seasoning sauce which has a mildly sweet taste.

The coleslaw is crunchy and tastes rather nice. The fries are mostly crispy outside and soft inside, though some of the fries are soft. Egg and sausage are just your usual regular stuff.

The chicken is definitely better than the beef. Recommend getting the chicken chop rather than the mixed grill.

Pork Chop

The pork chop is served on a hot plate with the usual coleslaw, fries, baked beans and egg. Black pepper sauce is chosen here instead of their regular sauce.

The pork chop is decently soft but tastes a bit bland without the black pepper sauce. The fatty parts tastes rather nice though. As for the black pepper sauce, it is a bit diluted and flavours are not intense enough. Personally I prefer their regular sauce.

Lamb Chop

This lamb chop is served on a hot plate with the usual coleslaw, fries, baked beans and egg. The lamb chop is quite soft and tender, and juicy too, especially the fatty parts. Tastes rather nice with the sauce and just a very mild gamey taste. This one is quite decent.

Fish & Chips

This fish and chips comes served with the usual coleslaw, fries, baked beans and a fried egg. The fish has a nice crispy batter outside with moist meat inside, and tastes decent.

Chicken Cutlet Rice

Besides the usual fries combo, you can opt to have rice instead. It is just plain white rice with a serving of coleslaw and baked beans, no fried egg though. The chicken cutlet has a nice crispy batter outside, but unfortunately its meat is kind of dry inside. Tastes quite ordinary too. The grilled chicken chop is definitely a much better option.


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