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Coriander Chicken Chop Rice
The coriander chicken chop is meaty, juicy and has nice savoury seasoning flavourings. It has a slightly crispy batter containing some coriander. A thai sweet chilli sauce is provided on the side and it pairs rather well with the chicken chop.
The chicken chop is served in a mini metal wok with white rice and a fried egg. The fried egg has a soft watery yolk and soft whites. A bowl of rather flavourful vegetables soup is provided as well.
This serving of coriander chicken chop is rather likeable.
Satay Beef Rice
The satay beef rice has soft and tender beef slices with green pepper, onions and red chilli cooked in a starchy sauce that has slightly spicy satay flavours. These are served with white rice and a fried egg. Not bad.
Crispy Batter Prawns
The crispy batter prawns has a nice crispy batter coating a whole prawn. Comes with a thai sweet chilli dip on the side. Tastes nice, just like those served in a restaurant.
The prawn toast is very nicely fried with a nice dry texture that isn’t oily at all. There is a layer of prawn paste on the toast that is coated with plentiful of white sesame seeds. A thai sweet chilli sauce is provided. This is definitely good. I like it!
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