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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Laifabar

Marching into Phase 2 of the Heightened Alert, we were not allowed to dine in at the eating places and there we are ordering food to our doorsteps. Upon receiving the orders, I'm quite please that they are actually using disposable bio-degradable bowls.

Disposable Bowl

If not for the attractive discount on food panda, I would have probably take away the food on my own. 
The order comprised of Wanton Noodle and 3 Meat Rice.

My Order

There is solely Wanton and Noodles if you choose this option. This is a HK style order, if you are looking for Char Siew in the noodles, we have to be specific and order their Char Siew Wanton Noodles. The sauce and the chilli was packed separately and I poured it in to toss together with my noodles.

Wanton Noodles (云吞面) - $4.50 (Small)

The 3 Wantons were packed together in the bowl of soup. The soup was topped with spring onions and tasted decent.

Wantons In Soup

Besides the 3 dumplings in the soup given, the noodle comes with a piece of fried wanton too.

Fried Dumpling

To my surprise the 3 kinds of meat rice was commendable. As they pride themselves for their homemade roasted pork, I would say that they did it well. The layers of meat, skin and fats are significant. The Thin crackling skin and the underlying juicy meat with the smoky flavours were quite different.  On the other hand, the soy chicken was tender and consist of robust flavours. Char Siew meat was lean. The set comes with half a braised egg and chopped cucumbers. The difference in price between the large and the small portion is $2.

3 Meat Rice (三拼饭) - $10.50 (Large)

I'm impressed by the quality of meat and I will make a return for their food.

Rating: 3.25 / 5

Laifabar
Location: 
71 Bukit Batok Crescent, #02-02 Prestige Centre, Singapore 658071
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