Parklane chicken rice, wanton mee and curry chicken noodles (Food Review)

This stall has been around for more than 20 years, according to hubby and his friends who used to patronise this stall when they were studying in Shatec. 

Yes, when Shatec was still at Dhoby Ghaut.

And so it was my first time there last week. Lol.

You will see the stall once u enter the main entrance of Parklane,  on your immediate left. Their menu is astoundingly huge,  from chicken rice to zhichar to curry chicken Yong tau Foo.

They even have homemade barley!


Check out the cute little cup of coke.  I had homemade chrysanthemum drink!


I ordered a plate of chicken gizzards.  Totally in love with them.


Hubby’s wanton mee. They ate this all the time during their Shatec days. Hubby gave me a fried wanton to try.

Super crispy and addictive! Doesn’t lose to other fried wanton noodles at all.


This is the type of wanton noodles I like. The other kind that has sweet sauce, wetter kind – I don’t like.


Their roast chicken was good too. I think hubby missed the food – we ordered quite a lot hor haha.


My curry Yong tau Foo!  Not too spicy but still very flavourful and old school taste.


This place reminds me of Isle cafe at cuppage plaza. Fantastic hawker fare at wonderful prices. All these cost $21. Ok leh!

And the uncle serving us truly has a esfj personality. He is very patient with us, good memory, and very sincere. I tell u, his service surpasses those in fine dining restaurants! 

Check it out when you are in that area ya?


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