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There’s serious skill coming from the ambitious kitchen at Singapore Garden, which has a repertoire that goes way beyond the usual Anglo-Cantonese staples. Sure, you’ll be treated to well-wrought
renditions of all the favourites – from sticky glazed spare ribs to chicken with cashew nuts – but there’s a lot more waiting to be discovered. Hainanese chicken is a softly steamed bird in a light
soy broth, & Teochew braised pig’s trotters get a subtle kick from star anise & five spice. Singapore & Malay specialities include the likes of deeply fragrant laksa soup, Assam curried
monkfish & fried kway tiow (that time-honoured fried noodle dish sold by Singaporean street hawkers). Don’t bank on street-food prices, though. The bill, like the classy modern surroundings,
will be upmarket, & the occasionally hit-&-miss service does little to soften the blow.
Singapore Garden is a popular local restaurant with a menu that features standard Chinese dishes as well as their more “renowned” Singaporean and Malaysian specialties. On a Friday night this place really got going with the locals and a number of takeaway orders as well. Waitresses are kitted out in traditional garbs to give this polished restaurant an extra hint of authenticity.It took us a while and a few pushes from the accommodating waitresses for us to finally pin down what we wanted. In the end we chose the Sambal Prawn Okra, Laksa and Ho Jien with a healthy bowl of rice to clean things up with...
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