Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Fish & Chicks : Fish & Chips with salted egg sauce & chilli crab sauce

This unassuming western food stall is helmed by Justin Lim, 26 and Albert Tan, 29 at the corner of a coffee shop, a stone's throw away from Ang Mo Kio MRT. Justin has no prior F & B experience unlike his partner, Albert who used to be working as an Assistant Chef at Pasta Mania as well as Outback Steakhouse. 

You could choose to order Salted Egg Fish & Chips at $9.90 or the Chilli Crab Fish & Chips at $9.90 or to have the Best of Both World at $12.90 which consists of 2 pieces of Fish & Chips that came with salted egg sauce and other piece with chilli crab sauce. You could also have their Fish & Chips without their special sauce at $6.90 or a Fish Burger at $6.90. 

I ordered the Best of Both World at the counter, paid up and was given a buzzer. I was also asked to choice another side in addition to the fries, i opted for coleslaw amongst their other choices like potato salad, cheese pasta and tom yam fried rice.

I waited for about 15 minutes before it buzzed, i walked toward the 'Collect Here' counter, my order was already waiting there. I was expected to collect the culinary and also to dispense chilli sauce from the dispenser into the saucer.

They handmade their salted egg sauce and chilli crab sauce daily. Thus, i am convinced that both of them are indeed passionate in what they are doing as i could taste the amount of effort that they put in making the both sauces which made their Fish & Chips to be special. 

I could still taste the crispiness of the fried fish fillet even after i was done taking pictures though it was a bit too soft within but still tasted good.

I started with the piece that doused with chilli crab sauce first. The sauce has a tinge of sweetness with a rather slight spiciness but it is so mild that could even be overlooked. 

The other piece that is served with the salted egg sauce was quite a surprise as well. The sauce was quite thick and creamy, i could even taste bits of salted egg yolk in it. And, it actually went well with the fried fish fillet.

The cajun flavored fries were pretty good, it was still have its crispiness even after left it for a while. 

I would likely to be back real soon to try their chicken dishes only if there is no queue and waiting time is short.

Block 531 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 Happy Hawkers SINGAPORE 560531
Operating Hours: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm / 5.00 pm to 10.00 pm (Daily)

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