Thursday, April 18, 2013

Chinese lamb skewers in Balestier


I've been having a bout of craving for some lamb skewers lately since the last time in Hong Kong. Coincidentily, a buddy of mine happened to have stumbled upon one in Balestier Road a while back and we ended up there one evening.

There're no addresses on this post because I forgot to ask for a business card, but the place is a Chinese restaurant that strangely has Korean characters on their signboard and also serves a small selection of Korean food. Hmmm, it's a few units away from the Loy Kee Chicken Rice place.

This was pretty good. In fact, much better tasting than the one I had previously. The flavors of the spices were bold and fortunately didn't mask too much of the natural flavors of the lamb. For a dollar per skewer, it wasn't tough on the pockets too. We managed a small wok of spicy beef tendon and potatos along with spicy bean curd strips in chilli/sesame oil and we thought that it was honestly pretty good. I'm going to head back again another time.

Edit 19/04/2013 :
The name of the place is Jia Yan Restaurant. Address is 336 Balestier Road.

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