Review: Wanted Western Delights (Singapore)

Wanted Western Delights: Mixed Grill

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Wanted Western Delights

does the usual choice of meats, either grilled or deep fried. Served with fries, rice or spaghetti. Nice.


Mixed Grill

This serving of mixed grill comes with a piece of chicken chop, a piece of pork chop, a slice of bacon, a hot dog sausage and a fried egg. A savoury and peppery tasting black pepper sauce is chosen for the meats.

The chicken chop has a nice crispy skin and flavourful moist meat. The pork chop is soft and meaty with nice flavours. The bacon has savoury flavours, is soft and isn’t crispy. The hot dog sausage and fried egg are both ordinary. Personally I like the chicken chop over their pork chop.

Chicken Cutlet

The chicken cutlet above is served with rice and fried egg. The chicken cutlet has moist and meaty meat with a nice crispy breaded crust, and decent flavours. Its skin is has a light and airy crisp. Nice!

Pork Cutlet

The pork cutlet above is served with aglio olio, a fried egg and a dollop of thousand island sauce. The pork cutlet is firm and meaty with a ncie crispy breaded crust. It has a savoury salt and pepper taste, and a bit overly salty. As for the spaghetti, it is firm and springy with decent flavours. The pork cutlet is a nice choice for those who like it savoury.

Fish & Chips

The fish and chips comes with deep fried fish fillet served with coleslaw, baked beans and fries. The fried fish fillet has a nice crispy crust covering savoury tasting soft fish meat. Coleslaw is moist and crunchy and has a light sweet taste. The baked beans are the regular canned type, and the fries are lightly salted with a nice crisp. It is served with a dollop of mayonnaise on the side. This serving of fish and chips is nice. I like it.

All Day Breakfast

All day breakfast is served here as well. It comes with a piece of bacon, a hot dog sausage, scambled eggs and 2 pieces of toasts. Both the bacon and hot dog sausage are just done the regular way and isn’t crispy. The toast is buttered and crispy. As for the scambled eggs, it is fairly soft and smooth with black pepper added. No buttery flavours and silkiness of added milk, but still decent.


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