Hey guys 🙂
So it’s already mid-march and my common tests starts tomorrow, but I’m sick of studying, hence the blog post.
I have the feels to do a food review y’all, so I shall do so yeah.
Ok I understand that many food reviews are usually for high-end restaurants or hipster cafés, very rarely do you see cheapskate ones (ehehehe.)
So for all the cheapskate-but-loves-food-more-than-anything kinda people out there, I got your back. *winks*
So let me get right into it!!
#1: King Kong Curry (Clementi FoodCourt)
Yes, I know it is in a foodcourt, but hey, good food is always good food no matter where it is , isn’t it?
Anyways, this particular stall sells japanes curry rice and japanese curry omelette rice only, of course, with variations using egg, pork or chicken.
I used to live in Japan, so I actually know what real japanese curry tastes like.
So when I say that this stall is super good, I mean it.
I mean, bruh. Just look at it. It already looks delicious af.
I ordered the Kinoko Chicken Curry Rice ($5.50) . Fun Fact: Kinoko means mushroom in japanese lel.
So anyways, the guy at the stall would ask for your level of spicy-ness. I took level 3. Almost dieded. But shiok lah.
Even though the taste is not authentic enough, it was absolutely flavourful and yummy, not to mention, filling! (atleast, for me.)
The only complaint I have is that the portion of the rice is too small. But other than that, it was tasty, the spice added the ‘kick’ to the flavour.
For those who love jap curry—–I highly recommend you to try it! 🙂
Location: FoodFare (Level 4) at Clementi Mall.
#2: SunnyChoice Organic Café
Since the rest of the members in my family are vegetarian, there are honestly not many options out there compared to those for meat-eaters. So I found this café on this vegan blogger based in Singapore’s website (shoutout to hungryangmo ^_^) which was nearby the place I live, so we went to check it out.
Some background information about this place: Sunnychoice Pte Ltd is a family business run by 5 sisters. The store actually sells organic products and the café also sells organic food. For more information, do visit their website!
(For all health-freaks but cheapskates out there — this is for you!)
So the first up is the vegetable sushi ($4.50) – yes it’s all veggies and no rice wrapped in seaweed – served with wasabi and soy sauce. I think the sushi consisted of carrots, beetroot, bean sprouts and tofu thingies from I’ve tasted, and guys, trust me, this is really really good.
Next up we’ve got Curry Noodles ($8.50)!! The flavour is as good as what you can find outside, if not better. The only downside is that the vegetables that were inside the dish were too big, they could have served it with the vegetables more sliced instead of putting one whole chunk there lol.
Thirdly, it’s the olive rice ($7.50). They served it with peanuts, cucumber and tofu pieces. If I am not wrong, they made using brown rice and it was amazingly delicious. I give this a thumbs up.
Lastly, here is what I ordered for myself, Bak Kut Teh ($8.50) served with brown rice. I personally have never had Bak Kut Teh before so i cannot really compare this with real one, but never the less, I still liked the taste. Same thing as the curry noodles- the vegetables could have been cut into smaller pieces. This is actually damn filling but then it does not feel heavy, which is something I like about this.
The only hiccup with this restaurant is that the food took a bit long to come, and it did not really arrive in sequence, like the sushi, which was the appetizer came halfway through our meal, but it’s okay the taste made up for it! 🙂
Definitely recommend this place to vegetarians and health-freaks out there!
Location: 434 Upper Bukit Timah Road, The Rail Mall, S(678060).
Okay guys that’s it for the food review!
Until next time,
Much peace many love ~