I love the art on the walls of Ang Mo Kio. Leslie was one of the artists responsible for the fab walls.
Even during the soft opening last week, the place had a good lunchtime crowd.
The service was great. Although Leslie already knew what to order for us, the waitress helped explain what made each dish or drink special. That was great because I don’t know a lot about Singaporean food. When I was in Singapore early this year, we mostly had Chinese food.
These are what we ordered:
Their Teh Tarik was good. Teh Tarik literally means pulled tea.
I had the Hainanese Chicken Rice. I opted for my chicken to be roasted. It can also be taken steamed. Ang Mo Kio’s Hainanese Chicken was juicy and flavorful.
My favorite dish that day was called BakuTeh. It’s a pork bone tea soup. Very similar to Nilaga or bulalo but instead of beef, the soup had pork ribs. The soup was really tasty. I would definitely go back to Ang Mo Kio for their Bakuteh.
Anj also had their Chicken Wings. They look yummy, don’t they?
For dessert, we had this yummy chilled tapioca pearls with sweet coconut milk and melon. I do not recall what this dish was called but it was a perfect way to end our meal.
Thank you, Leslie, for the wonderful lunch!
Leslie, EJ, and Anj
me, Philipp, and Roge
Ang Mo Kio is located at the 3rd floor of Podium, right next to Shi Lin.