Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Rong Liang Restaurant Pte Ltd


(1)This eatery place is located in West Coast, and i have eaten before at this place, but have not blog before.


(2) Char Siew/Roasted Pork rice @ $4.00


(3) Shrimp wanton hor fun @ $3.80


(3) Prawn Fritter @ $0.60 each, but find the the batter is quite thick


(4) 西洋菜汤 @ $3.00

20 comments:

  1. Your char siew rice got lots of gravy wor! For me, I love my rice dry, especially if the rice is "yellow" rice.. I like the prawn fritters to be dipped into mayonaise, yummzzz.. I can eat 8 fritters!

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    1. I got eat char siew, but not really into char siew... I like prawn fritters too, if i didn't eat other things, i can eat quite a number of it...

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  2. Er... the fritters... no thanks. I agree with you, the batter is too thick! The roasted pork seems to be all lean meat, but the skin looks crispy enough.

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    1. I like prawn fritters, but find that the batter is thick, quite crispy the skin of the roasted pork...

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  3. The rice seems like quite big portion la, but I like the noodles more.

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  4. The food looks quite good. The prawn fritters look like very hard due to the thick batter.

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    1. Outside is a bit hard and also the batter is thick...

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  5. i think you were dining with somebody else right?? hehe, cos a lot of food there.. the rice is flooded with the char-siew gravy, and yes, i find the batter for the prawn fritters overly - they looks like prawn-puffs to me, muahahaha!!

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    1. If only me, i can't finish all the foods, hehe... Never thought of the name prawn-puffs, hehe...

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  6. Hv also blogged about this b4 right?i think i saw the sign b4.

    Yummy roast pork...if j sees he sure bodek you for the roast pork skin

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    1. Think i post about the prawn fritter, but not the other foods, unless i forgot about it, hehe...

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  7. I'd like to have those shrimp wanton!

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  8. 那個燒肉飯好吸睛,好想去吃!

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    1. Next round, when you are in Singapore, do try it out ya, hehe...

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  9. wow...you seemss blogging about a lot on food now!

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    1. My no fixed, anything i feel like blogging, i blog, hehe...

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  10. So yummy! I always love to eat Char Siew and Roast Pork rice. Yours looked more delicious with so much gravy and thick cut meat!

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    1. For me, i will prefer Roast Pork to Char Siew...

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