This is another post that happened last year. It was one of those food experiences that did not get me excited to immediately write a post.
When I visited, Teo Chew Lor had just opened. When you walk past or are very near this restaurant, you will smell five spice powder. Very strong. It is no different today.
I wasn't too happy with where I was seated but I was alone and seats for small parties are limited.
Ordering here is by way of filling up an order form. One thing I learnt that day is make sure you go over what you have written with the server because there was a mix up in my order.
I wrote 102 (yam rice) but I was served fish cakes (T02). But I got that sorted out and they took back the fish cakes and served me the yam rice.
I had the mixed platter.
Look at that. They can't even give me a whole egg. That's probably quarter of an egg. Why? Are eggs expensive?
I was not very impressed with the braised meat dish as the aroma of five spice powder was way too strong for me. As for the yam rice, it was heavy and starchy. It did not have any distinctive taste to it too.
That was my first and last visit.