Review: TOP Fried Rice (Singapore)

TOP Fried Rice: Egg Fried Rice with Shrimps & Mala Fried Ramen with Pork Chop

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REVIEW

TOP Fried Rice

dishes out fried rice in different flavours and meat options. Fried ramen and udon is available too. Nice wok hei.

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Egg Fried Rice

TOP Fried Rice dishes out fried rice in original, chilli, tom yum and mala flavours with add-on options for pork chop, shrimps, beef balls and yakitori.

The egg fried rice has a nice dry texture, wok fried with slivers of eggs and some chopped spring onions. The fried rice is savoury tasting and has nice wok hei. The pork chop has very nice marinated flavours. It is soft, tender, juicy and very flavourful. It is served topped with some black sesame seeeds. As for the egg fried rice with shrimps, the shrimps are of decent size, tastes fairly fresh and has a nice springiness.

They are both good and very likeable.

Chilli Fried Rice

The chilli fried rice above is paired with beef balls. The fried rice has a nice fragrant scent and is spicy. There is also a light note of dried shrimp flavours. It has the same firm and dry texture as the egg fried rice and is nice. The beef balls are deep fried with a mild crisp outside, moist and meaty inside. It has a savory taste and is rather ordinary. I would recommend choosing their pork chop or shrimps instead.

Tom Yum Fried Rice

The tom yum fried rice above is paired with takitori. The fried rice a nice fragrant scent and has a nice firm texture. It tastes savory with a mild note of tom yum. As for the yakitori, it is deep fried instead of grilled. The chicken meat is moist and tender, and has a light crisp outside. It has a savoury taste and a faint tint of sweet. Personally I prefer their pork chop or shrimps over their yakitori.

Mala Fried Rice

The mala fried rice has a very fragrant mala scent. The fried rice has a nice dry texture, is flavourful with tastes of mala. The pork chop is tender and meaty with nice seasoning flavours with a tint of sweet. Nice.

Mala Fried Ramen

Just like their fried rice, the fried ramen comes with choice of original, mala or tom yum flavours and add-on options with pork chop, shrimps, beef balls and yakitori. Above is their mala fried ramen with pork chop.

Similar to the mala fried rice, the mala fried ramen has a nice mala scent and flavours. It is wok fried with some vegetables, onions and egg. The ramen is fairly firm and springy with a nice dry texture and is rather likeable. As for the pork chop, it is soft and meaty with nice flavourings. The pork chop is good.

Fried Udon

The fried udon comes with the same choice of pork chop, shrimps, beef balls and yakitori. Above is with shrimps chosen.

The udon comes with some shredded cabbage, vegetables and onions wok fried with egg. It is springy with nice savoury flavours and tints of wok hei. The prawns tastes fairly fresh and is springy. The fried udon is good too.

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