[CLOSED] Lazy Susan SG (Open Door Policy)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Hello gorgeous! My name is Susan, and I am the new Pop-Up taste sensation who’s putting a global, contemporary spin on familiar Asian classics. Join me on a fabulously greedy, mind-bending tongue-jolting taste tour of the world’s great ethnic culinary traditions. My MO is scrumptiously simple: amazing hawker fare meets dishy dim sum meets classic all day diner. Fancy a taste of Har Cheong Kai on Rice Flour Waffle? How about BBQ Sauce Jackfruit Buns with Guacamole? Or Lotus Root Salad with Chili Jam? Catch me at my first stop HOUSE from 3rd – 27th Dec 2015 (Thursday - Sunday), before I rock up at Open Door Policy from 5th – 24th January 2016. Do it soon, or I will be gone before you know it!

19 Yong Siak Street
Singapore 168650

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The combination piqued my curiosity and so decided to give it a try.It was not a bad dish, but perhaps the compelling combo didn't work out for me. The sago cake was moist but rather bland and yes, I know that it's supposed to be savoured with the gula melaka caramel but the gula melaka would overpower the entire dish. At the same time, the sour pineapple cubes clashed terribly with the sweet gula melaka. As for the dill springs, I was questioning their presence. It's a good attempt but not a successful one for me.


Crispy Har Cheong gai with rice flour waffles, fried egg, with Sambal maple syrup by the side. Super loveeee the Har Cheong gai, who doesn't love fried food right😍🤗 (@ Open Door Policy)

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Now doing a month-long stint (till 24 Jan) at Open Door Policy in Tiong Bahru, I finally set a date to visit the interesting pop-up, Lazy Susan.

Featuring Stinky Meets Crispy - shrimp paste fried chicken (Har Cheong Gai) and rice waffle with sambal maple syrup. I might have preferred a fluffier waffle and for my egg to be more runny to go with the crispy har cheong gai but my my… the boneless prawn paste chicken was fried perfectly and the skin was so addictive. As for the sambal maple sauce, there was no beating around the bush for that one as the sambal hits you first thing and a dab was more than I could take (my friend was my tester/guinea pig and she said it was spicy so it is not just me okay). The menu definitely brings a unique twist to our local flavours and my only wish is that they will come back with more non spicy alternatives in the near future for Singaporeans that can’t take the heat, like myself.