My Chicken Chop was as good as I remembered it to be. The chicken was fried until crispy with its juiciness retained inside. The gravy that came with it was a tad too diluted. I prefer it thicker and more tomato-ey. Nevertheless, I enjoyed mopping my potato wedges in the gravy.
I was still feeling a bit peckish so rif ordered the Belacan Fried Rice for us to share. It was absolutely delicious! I loved the wok hei flavour in the rice, which was beautifully fried with fish cakes, eggs, beansprouts and carrots topped with freshly chopped spring onions. The sambal that came with it was L-E-T-H-A-L. I completely underestimated it and ate a spoonful of it with a small spoon of rice.
It was spicy like hell. So spicy that I turned bright red and started sweating…I never turn red or sweat…even when I eat spoonfuls of chili padi. rif had a good laugh for 5 minutes before ordering some iced chinese tea for me. 0_0
We were too full and I, too numb from the sambal to eat their kaya swiss roll and marble cake. The bill was RM 24.50 including 5% tax. I’ll definitely order the belacan fried rice again but will go easy on the sambal. 🙂
Ambiance: 3/10 (quite hot)