Chinese Food Day - Part I
So this day I wanted pick up my mom at the airport so I decided to have a quick lunch at Pluit instead.
We went to Kwetiau Singapore (funny since I didn't order Kwetiau ar all - maybe next time) on Pluit. As the picture suggests, it is highly visible from the street so I doubt you can miss it. It is right across a car repair shop
The place was homey and very comfortable, probably since the lunch time crowd is never as many as a dinner crowd.
We kinda know what to order there so we proceed with 2 portions of rice, Lindung cah Fumak (basically Eel with Vegetables), Prawn Spring Roll, and Oyster Omelette
The Prawn Spring Roll tastes amazing - it is very crunchy, tasty, and most importantly, the flavour is all over it.
The Oyster Omelette is also nice, however it is served best with the sambal provided if a fishy kind of smell is not into your taste.
Lindung Cah Fumak, as seen here, looks and does taste delicious. It is a good alternative from those Chinese food you can find in shopping malls
We did not find any pork products though, therefore it's all halal.
As a dessert, we ordered Es Solo, pretty much a traditional Indonesian dessert commonly found in many restaurants. The content of the dessert is various, and taste just right and not overly sweet. I forgot to take a picture of it, many apologies!!
We spend around Rp 150K including tea and rice. Not really an extremely cheap dining experience but we think the price is worth it
Tongue Pleased on this occasion.
Find the address below :
Jalan Pluit Selatan Raya St. No. 61
Ph : +6221-6623232, +6221-6627511