Review: We Western (Singapore)

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Bukit Merah View Food Centre Singapore

We Western

sells western food with the usual choice of meats as well as pork and chicken sausages. Tastes decent.


Chicken Chop

This chicken chop has lightly crispy skin and outsides with decently moist and soft meat. Its seasoning is nice too. The slab of chicken chop is topped with a nicely flavoured black pepper sauce which tastes nice with the chicken chop. Comes served with lightly salted crispy fries, crunchy and juicy coleslaw with a mildly sweet flavour and baked beans. It is likeable.

Chicken Cutlet

Instead of gilled chicken chop, deep fried chicken cutlet is available as well. This chicken cutlet has a nice crispy breaded crust with decently moist and tender meat. Its chicken skin is crispy which is nice but a tad oily though. It comes served with a dollop of mayonnaise which goes well with the fried chicken cutlet. Comes with a serving of crispy fries which is crispy outside and soft inside, a sweet tasting crunchy coleslaw and baked beans. Quite likeable too.

Pork Chop

The pork chop is meaty and juicy. It has lean meat with no fatty parts, and rather firm and hard. Flavours are nice, and it comes topped with black pepper sauce which goes well with it. Comes with crispy fries, crunchy coleslaw and baked beans. I find this a bit too firm and chewy for my liking and prefers their chicken chop more.

Fish & Chips

This fish fillet has a nicely breaded crust that is crispy. Its meat is quite soft and moist. Comes with a slice of lemon which you can squeeze some lemon juice onto the fried fish fillet. A dollop of mayonnaise is served on the side as well. Comes with crispy fries, crunchy coleslaw and baked beans. This fish & chips is nice.

Pork & Chicken Sausage

We Western serves pork and chicken sausages too. Both sausages are juicy with crispy skin and nice savoury flavours. The pork sausage has a slightly more moderate amount of savouriness. Both are nice add ons.


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