Review: Western Delights (Singapore)



Ghim Moh Food Centre Redhill Food Centre Singapore

Western Delights

sells the usual western food selection of meats with either fries, rice or spaghetti. Tastes decent.


Chicken Chop

This chicken chop is savoury tasting with fairly moist and soft meat. Its skin is nicely flavoured but unfortunately not crispy. Comes served with a sweet tasting tomato sauce. On the sides are: a moist and crunchy coleslaw salad, baked beans, crispy fries and a deep fried bun that is crispy outside but quite oily. The chicken chop tastes decent.

Chicken Cutlet

This chicken cutlet has a nicely breaded crust that is crispy outside with moist and soft chicken meat inside. Its skin is crispy and juicy. Comes served with a moist and crunchy coleslaw salad, baked beans, crispy fries and an overly oily deep fried bun that is crispy outside. The sunny side egg is an extra add-on, and is a bit undercooked with some watery whites. Personally I prefer the chicken cutlet over the chicken chop.

Chicken Wing Rice

Besides fries, rice is available as well. This fried chicken wing has decent flavourings. It is crispy outside with moist meat inside. Comes served with a flavoured chicken rice that is a bit soft but still acceptable. The fried egg is an extra add-on. Quite ordinary but still likeable.

Pork Chop

Spaghetti is available as an option as well. The spaghetti is quite firm with a mildly sweet tasting tomato sauce. As for the pork chop, it is soft and tender with savoury seasoning flavours. A little bit too salty though, but still acceptable. Comes served with a sweet tasting tomato sauce. Quite likeable.

Fish & Chips

This fish fillet has a nice crispy batter with soft and moist fish meat. Lightly savoury and a tad too oily. Comes served with the regular crunchy coleslaw, crispy fries, baked beans and an oily deep fried bun. Its crispiness and flavours are nice and it would have been lovely if it is less oily.


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