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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Joe's Kitchen Thai Cuisine

The idea of dining at Joe's Kitchen had been in my mind for a long time ever since I spotted them while driving along the stretch of road into the AYE (Ayer Rajah Expressway). This thought had recently grew stronger when I saw our local Television Programme advertising its cuisine.

Joe's Kitchen Thai Cuisine

One of the recommended dishes, Thai Fish Cake. Most of their "finger food" items were charged based on per piece which was quite different from other thai restaurants. Fish cake was abit oily, however the fish meat was rather fresh and one can feel the bounciness as we sank our teeth in. The salad and sweet sour chilli had complimented the dish well.

Thai Fish Cake - $2.50 (Each)
Luminous yellow pineapple rice with rasins, cashew nuts, pork floss and prawns sum up the plate of  pineapple rice. Taste wise, I felt that it's pretty average, nothing to rave about.

Pineapple Fried Rice - $9.90 (Medium)
The stuff chicken wing was the main highlight among all dishes. Do not worry about eating them with your bare hands and removing the bones. In fact, only the bottom part of the chicken has bone, the rest was stuffed with  goodies.

Stuff Chicken Wing - 2.50 (Each)

Let's check out their secret recipe in their stuffed chicken wings.The exterior of the wing was fried to crisp golden brown perfection with fillings made up of minced chicken meat mixed together with bits of chestnuts and sweet corn kernels. Uniquely Joe's Kitchen!

After the stuff chicken, this is another specialty of Joe's Kitchen that one cannot left the place without. Given a choice of crispy tofu, hotplate and claypot toufu, the server highly recommended the first option. Well, we bought her words and it was great. Just like the stuffed chicken wings, the toufu was specially made, blended with seafood bits and fried over the hot oil. The exterior was very crispy, not too oily and to my liking.

Crispy Seafood Toufu - $6.00

How can a Thai Cuisine be without their so called Fresh Thai Coconut and Lemon Grass drink? Ha! These were the beverages for the night.

Fresh Coconut - $3.80
Minced Pork Omelette was nothing special, quite a standard dish.

Omelette with Minced Pork - $10

Prawns with cashew nuts was tad spicy as it was cooked with dried chilli and capsicums. Although the portion was medium, the number of prawns given wasn't that much.

Prawns with Cashew Nuts - $15

After the night's dinner, I find that what most interest me was their appetizer or finger food items. They were special and not many Thai Cuisine offers such items on their menu.

Rating: 3 / 5
Joe's Kitchen
Location: Blk 125 Bukit Merah Lane 1 #01-182, Singapore 150125

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