A must try is the fried kway teow with big prawn and chili crab sauce....really yummy. Fried bittergourd was nice too, try the coffee pork ribs
I've been to Kok Sen on quite a number of occasions. The food is pretty good but can be a tad salty at times. Do remind them to go easy on the salt if you need to. In my case, I've got my elderly parents who need to stick to a low salt diet. Our favorites have always been the... More
Been here twice for take away spanning around half a year apart: 1st time, ordered: 2x beef hor fun 2nd time, ordered: 1x beef hor fun (friend wanted it. didn't order it because its was good before.) 1x cereal squid 1x prawn paste chicken 1x big prawn crispy noodles both times, it was almost an hours waiting time. somehow, it... More
We are a regular of this "zi char: place for a no. of years. I simply adore the fish belly cooked with bittergourd and black bean paste. The claypot yong taufu is equally good, not forgetting the claypot chicken. Today's lunch for 3 comprised spinach egg soup, claypot yong taufu, fishhead fried with black beans sauce and bitter gourd and... More
My bro in law introduced this outlet to us. Everything here is yummy which I didn't believe before i ate it. I think it's because the cook has a lot of years of experience therefore he is able to handle the fire very well! The only thing is it is jam packed during meal times. So if you need a... More
Open for lunch and dinner only. Close between 2-5pm. Good food, good price. No English, except the owner's son.
Try the lime juice and the prawn paste chicken. The menu actually has other items that looks good. Closes shop before midnight.
Simply the best zi char in town. Come early for lunch or dinner so that you don't have to wait. I tried the black pepper fish, vegetables with fermented beancurd, prawn paste chicken and all didn't disappoint. In fact, I think this is the best zi char I have eaten. Prices are really reasonable so come in a group so... More
At this place the locals fight to get a seat. They dont speek English with one exception. BUT their sweet and sour chicken is to die for!
Its my first review but my gazillionth visit. Ok maybe a 100 times? Honest. There are maybe 6 variations of Hor Fun there but do check out the beef and fish Hor Fun. There is the egg laced one or the black pepper variety. And do check out the prawn paste chicken. BEST! and it can go on like the... More
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