Over at Toast@Work located at Century Square Level 3, one is able to unhurriedly savour the Beehoon Set with Egg, Ngor Heong, and Luncheon Meat at an affordable price of $2.90. What’s more, any additional sides cost only an additional of 70cents! HFB really enjoyed the fully flavoured beehoon – unlike the many tasteless versions elsewhere, besides, who can resist an oozing egg yolk?
A nice twist to the usual Kaya Butter Toast, Toast@Work’s version came in the form of their Signature Roll ($1.80) – and what HFB enjoyed was the fact that the French roll was toasted crusty – chomp it and feel the kaya and butter goodness explode in one’s mouth! What an awesome feeling.
A word to describe the Iced Coffee ($1.60) would be FANTASTIC! A concoction made according to the standards set by Chef Martin Woo, Group Executive Chef of Food Junction, the brew was really robust yet refreshing at the same time – HFB really enjoyed his drink on a warm weekday afternoon.
Over at Mr Prata (just next to Toast@Work) the obvious choice was of course their prata. At $1.20 for their Plain Prata and $3.00 for their Egg and Cheese version, HFB took pleasure that the plain adaptation came really thin and crispy. And who can stand against the savoury combination of egg and cheese in dough? The two elements harmonised perfectly – tasty!
And if you think that’s all the stall has to offer, you would probably be missing what HFB thought was the steal of the day – their Special Pandan Chicken Set! At $3.80 one is entitled to their pandan infused rice, along with a generous serving of chicken drumstick and yummy gravy. HFB really find the spicy and tad sour gravy simply irresistible – it really opened up one’s palate such that one would have no problems polishing up the fragrant rice. And if you really wished to give this dish a try, be quick cos HFB heard that it gets sold out before dinnertime each day!
Dilemma – can’t decide between Chicken and Salmon at the Teppanyaki stall? Why not settle for both at a really affordable price of $6.80. The 2-in-1 set came with a bowl of steamed rice and liberal serving of bean sprouts as accompaniments. The glistening salmon fillet with a dash of cracked black peppercorns ensured that the fish was flavoursome. HFB also enjoyed the fact that the fish was not too dry and flaky from over-doneness. The chicken was succulent and the slightly char-grilled skin provided that added texture and smack to the dish.
2 Tampines Central 5
Level 3, Century Square
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