12 Science Drive 2
National University of Singapore Faculty of Science
Singapore 117549

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The wok hei was intoxicating, rice grains flavour packed yet not too salty nor oily, and ckn was reasonably tender despite being breast. U can see the charred bits here and there, it's wok hei you can see.

I doubt u can find a finer fried rice for this price and value. Master at his craft

They have been gaining popularity, there was hardly a queue 2 years ago. However standards have been dropping, probably because they're under stress due to the crowd. The meat was tough, my jaw was tired before I was done w the meal. Luckily the portion is very generous

NEW ITEM The basil pork is pretty legit, very spicy and quite a lot of basil, it ran out at 1pm that day(I took the last portion lol). The portion of meat isn't a lot tho. Comes with an egg

The chicken gizzard was actl decent, cabbage was pretty sweet but the bitterguord was quite bitter, even tho it's quite well fried

Rather costly mala which tasted relatively mild when I tried Zhong La.
Price wasnt that good either, costing $40 for 4 pax despite not being that filling.

Grade B-

For $4, the Fish and Chips provided a filling poverty meal.
The coleslaw, fries and baked beans were pre-packaged, which is normal for food of this price point. I didn't enjoy the sides much, but the fish was decent.
The fish portion was rather sizeable and proved a filling meal, and went down well with some chilli sauce.

For its price, this provided value for hunger, however, I would not eat this for the sake of enjoyment.

Grade: B