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Crispy, savory, addictive!
Deep-fried prawn paste chicken from Lai Huat is a must try item!
Succulent chicken pieces coated in a flavorful prawn paste, fried to a golden crisp.
Umami flavor explosion in every bite!
Highly recommended.

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砂劳越胡椒猪肚云耳浸胜瓜毛瓜 36新币,折合人民币190元

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This place is a hidden gem on the second floor of international building . We did e sushi buffet n left the selection to the chef who fed us a wide selection of amazing sushi . We had seconds of what each of us loved , cod , swordfish , yellowtail , scallop. Really fresh n excellent quality . Definitely will go back .

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The butter is foc apparently, and makes it have a much stronger biscuity base. So I'll definitely recommend adding on butter

Very thin and very chewy. I enjoyed it, dining partner didn't. We both agree the taste is not worth the price tho, but I guess for the novelty its fine

Their naan is really like bread, quite fluffy, a little bit of crust, very mild garlic

The cheese is the most refined I've had in Indian cuisine. It's very smooth, almost custardy. The gravy has some heat but is otherwise creamy and very mild tho. There's hardly any veggies taste

I would have wanted something that tasted a lot more aggressively vegetal but I guess people who hate veggies will love this dish

Not a good version. The sauce is quite sour which is really weird for an indulgent dish

Pink onions were weak. The green sauce is somewhat spicy actually, quite surprising for this kind of rather atas places

Available for lunch and dinner from now to 31 August at White Rose Cafe in York Hotel Singapore, you can now enjoy these hawker favourites that originated from Kuala Lumpur and Klang. My favourite from the four has got to be the Claypot Lao Shu Fen as the piping hot stir fried mee tai mak has the wok hei aroma and the addition of the egg before serving gives it a nice creamy texture. The other claypots include the Tai Lok Mee, Bak Kut Teh and Chicken Rice, which I will also recommend the tai lok mee for the rich and savoury flavour known the dark soy sauce mixture that latches onto the noodle well. Each claypot order also comes with an Air Mata Kucing, a herbal drink made from boiled monk fruit, dried longan and winter melon sugar.