Review: Vincent Western Food (Singapore)



Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre Singapore

Vincent Western Food

is a popular stall serving western food with selection of meats, grilled or deep fried. Their grilled meats are nice.

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Combo Grill

The combo grill comes with chicken chop, pork chop and choice of beef, lamb or fish. Seen above is with their lamb chop. The meats are served with a side of fries, hot dog, fried egg, coleslaw and baked beans.

The chicken chop is soft and meaty with nice savoury seasoning flavours. It has slightly crispy sides and its, skin is crispy and flavourful. The pork chop is has tender and soft meat with very nice seasoning flavours. Slightly crispy sides as well. As for the lamb chop, soft and tender meat with slightly crispy sides. Nice seasoning flavours and not gamey at all. All 3 grilled meats are nice. I like them.

Now the sides. The baked beans, hot dog, and fried egg are all your regular stuff. The fries is lightly salted, fairly crispy outside and soft inside. The coleslaw is crunchy and contains slivers of pineapple shreddings giving it a nice tangy taste. Very nice! I like the coleslaw here too.

Crispy Fish

The crispy fish has a nice deep fried batter coveringc slices of fish meat. The batter is very crispy, just a little oily, and the fish meat is soft. It is served with a dollop of mayonnaise and the usual sides. This crispy fish is nice too.

Chicken Cutlet

Spaghetti is available as an alternative to fries. Above is their chicken cutlet with spaghetti. It comes with a side of their tasty and crunchy coleslaw.

First, the chicken cutlet. It has a nice crispy breaded crust with meaty and moist chicken meat. Its skin is crispy as well. It is quite likeable, though personally I prefer the grilled ones. For the spaghetti, it is a bit on the soft side. Its tomato sauce has a slightly sweet taste. Decent as well.


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