106 Clementi Street 12
Singapore 120106

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11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

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Some might say that I am truly unreliable in pushing out content within a specified deadline. Others might worship my infidelity with time as a social construct and awe in admiration as I continue to revel in this dolce far niente while fulfilling my destiny to inform the masses about restaurants. In the words of Rupi Kaur, “To hate Is an easy lazy thing But to love Takes strength”. If poetry can be generalised as art and art as a matter of perspective, I’d safely say that in my glorious eyes my detestation of existence stems from my wilful laziness. In other words, it also meant that Kaur was wrong, for no effort is required to say that I loved and remain to love the food served at Yassin Kampung.
Walking around the corner of their Clementi Street outlet immediately brought up images deep within the confines of my juvenile memories, flashbacks of ferrying to the rural landscapes of my grandfather’s kampung while running my palm through the tides. The soft lighting and woven seats were subtle touches that proved essential in creating a wonderfully rustic and charming setting for the meal that followed.
Yassim Kampung offers diners with sets that include some of their signature dishes, dishes that struck a chord within the homely soul. The afternoon was blessed with an order of their Set B ($68++), which included a beautifully crispy 3 Flavoured Fish, a bold and robust Tom Yam Soup, Kang Kong Belacan, Onion Omelette and Butter Milk with Salted Egg Yolk Chicken. Tom Yam has always been a big part of my life, descending as a bloke from the neighbouring country of its origin, so it is with a sharp tongue and a satisfied palette that I say that this is one of the best, if not the best Tom Yam that I’ve had the pleasure of tasting.
Other dishes from their vast menu included a rather ordinary but delicious serving of Hotplate Black Pepper Beef ($13/$20++) alongside the perennial necessity to have something fried and crunchy, which led us to order their Crispy Oat Sotong ($13/$20++) and Fried Butter Prawn ($18/$28++).
Perfect place for an authentic taste of the kampung.

We ordered their touted signature Chilli crab ($38; approx 300-400g?).

Depending on which group you fall into about how the Chilli crab should be prepared, as the poll pictured shows we’re divided. Lesson here: If you fall into the group that enjoys your Chilli crab steamed and tossed in the sauce (like I do), this is going to be sooooooo disappointing. The fried crab and tossed later in sauce makes the meat soggy and makes me wonder just how fresh is the crab?

We enjoyed the salted egg yolk chicken ($14), hot plate tofu ($8) and sambal Kailan ($9).

There’s no aircon nor washrooms in the restaurant, so a little letdown on a hot summer night eating fried crabs.

They have flavourful Halal kampung dishes and Mala Cuisine with comfy kampung ambience place.
What we tried:
•Kampung 3Rasa Fish
[sweet sour savoury flavour in one dish, so nice ❤️]
•Sichuan Mala Diced Chicken
[deep fried diced chicken with just right amount of mala spices, so addicting 👍]
•Sichuan Mala Crispy Prawn
[savoury mild mala deep fried prawn, very nice]
•Kampung Durian Chicken
[a must try for durian lover! The sauce is creamy with mild flavour of durian, and it’s surprisingly goes well with the chicken 👍]
•Tom Yam Soup
•Kampung Satay Platter
P.S. it’s perfect when you need Halal supper bcos they open until midnight 🎉
💌Thank you @tjang.fonda for inviting and @mitsueki for hosting!💕
📍106 Clementi Street 12, #01-56 Singapore 120106
Rate(4/5)⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️-Very Good-
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