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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Westlake

Branching out a Kiosk on top of their usual restaurant business in central Singapore, Bukit Timah, Westlake was one of the stalls that remained affixed at its location after few rounds of revamp and relocation in the mall. So I guess the fittest of the survival rule applies here. Having hear good comments of their food from my pals, there is also no surprise that the stall is still there. 

Interior of Westlake
Menu

Mock up food on display
A traditional delicacy from Westlake not to be missed. Fluffy liked bun sandwiched with braised pork that was slowed braised in the unctous sauce,  what a perfect way to enjoy it. On top of that,  though the thought of having it may deemed sinful but its definitely worth your calories. Besides getting it by individual piece, it can be purchased in 5 at $12. Trust me, if you like Kong Bah Pau, this is good!

Braised Pork Bun - $2.50
Skip the thought of Lor Mai Kai (Glutinous Chicken Rice) and replace this with braised pork. Presentation may be a bit unappetising over here as it was totally dressed in dull colors which made the braised meat camouflage but do not judge the book by its cover.

Braised Pork Glutinous Rice - $3
Soup was served in a disposable plastic container and quick to serve with the service staff heating it up. Taste was rather average and wasn't too spicy on the tongue.

Hot & Sour Soup - $2.80
Rating: 3.25 / 5

Westlake
Location: Jurong Point, 1 Jurong West Central 2 #03-85 Singapore 648886