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Thursday, August 4, 2022

A-Poh Kitchen

A visit to A-Poh Kitchen marks a 7 years difference since my last visit. A place is a good option, especially dining in group with our Muslim Pals. It was an impromptu meal as we were passing by the place for an errand. 

While looking back at my older pictures, I realised that we had ordered the same dish, Assam Curry Fish Head back then. Our dish was served piping hot on the plate with the fire warming the fish. It was covered with vegetables such as onions, lady fingers. tomato and long beans.

Assam Curry Fish Head 亚三咖喱鱼头 - $22

The gravy was appetizing and a great pairing to our plates of white rice. Fish was tender and fresh.

Vegetables with Assam Curry Fish Head

The dish is not up to my expectation as the taste of Oats does not marry well with the Sotong. Though fragrant is there and the texture of Sotong is chewy, somehow the taste was lacking in this combination.

Oats Sotong 麦片苏东 - $26

With so many Chicken dishes on the menu, our chosen slated egg chicken dish was tender and adequately coated with salted egg yolk. The curry leaves and birds' eye chilli helps in elevating the taste and fragrance of the dish.

Salted Egg Chicken 咸蛋鸡 - $21

While our meal cannot be completed without a vegetable dish, we had Sambal Kang Kong. The dish was well executed and Sambal taste was great without being too spicy. It is great pairing this with our plates of white rice. 

Sambal Kang Kong 参芭䔨菜 - $13

Times changes, A-Poh Kitchen is now GST and Service Charge applicable.

Last Posted 19th October 2015

If you have been to West Co'z Cafe, then A-Poh Kitchen's dishes should not be very different from the menu as they are all under the same group, p2e (places to eat). These establishments offers simple, yet distinctive Singapore's fare by award winning chef, Chef Cheong.

Dining in a group of 5, we had ordered their set menu for 5 pax including bowls of rice at $88 nett. Drinks will be charged separately.


Sweet & Sour Soup was quick to serve after our order. This combination was good for a start and kind of "open up the stomach" to more food - a very welcoming dish indeed.

Sour & Spicy Soup

Mongolia Chicken was a surprise to me. Having tasted such dish before, when compared, I would said the style is pretty different, so as the taste. Just like the sweet sour pork, the chicken were deep fried before mixing with its respective sauce. Some of the meat were tough but they were still not too bad as an overall.

Mongolia Chicken

Kang Kong Stirred Fried with garlic was not too bad either. Vegetables remain crunchy and without having garlic overpowering its taste.

Kang Kong

Cereals covered most of the dish and were fragrant. However, the style was not to my preference. I prefer fresh prawns with shells.

Oats Prawn

The prawns were translucent and could not taste the freshness as well as sweetness in them. I would prefer to handle prawns in their shells than have frozen prawns.


Assam was appetizing but was served as the last dish. Fish was fresh and came in mixed vegetables like lady fingers, long beans, chilli, onions and others. With Assam gravy pairing with bowls of white rice, the sauce was good alone without the dish.

Assam Seabass

A-Poh is great place for Cze Char if you want to find an air-conditioned place, moreover the place is Halal Certified. Therefore you have Muslim Pals in a group, this will be an excellent choice for Cze Char.  Service and GST charge are not required too.

Rating: 3 / 5

A-Poh Kitchen
Location: Blk 354, Clementi Avenue 2 #01-223 Singapore 120354

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