Thursday, July 24, 2008

San Li Cafe @ Chai Leng Park

There are many times when we found ourselves wondering what to eat on a typical Saturday evening, especially when we travel back from SP. Normally we'd have our dinner in Chai Leng Park, or Autocity, but sometimes we just can't think of a nice place to go. Any suggestion out there?

On several occasion, we stopped by Chai Leng Park San Li Cafe. It was supposed to serve some Taiwanese style food but the menu has been localized. We have tried some of their varieties and we think the food is average.

yam and orange milk shakes

strawberry milk shake and ice blended orange

Fried rice in Thai style with tiny little shrimps, egg, salad, onion and spicy chicken. It's one of the better dishes served in this cafe although it's been deteriorated a bit over the years.

Yang Zhou fried rice, normal only.

Fried wanton mee, taste wise is good, with lots of ingredients like fried wanton, Holland peas, choy sum, prawns, squids, and char siew. Just one simple mistake they've made. The noodle is a little bit hard. If it's springy, then this dish will be perfect to eat with sambal balacan.

Udon mee, ok but maybe too reliant on ajinomoto? Quite a lot of ingredients also like bamboo shoots, assorted fish balls, big prawns, mushrooms, and sprinkle with spring onions.

Deep fried chicken rolls. Hmm...not recommended to order.

Mixed fry - basically just the fried chicken. Chicken was merinated with herbs.

Fried chicken

Overall, the place is good place to go if you want a normal or decent meal.


daphne said...

I see bubbles in the yam drink..hhhaa. I want bubble tea!

New Kid on the Blog said...

near where in Chai Leng Park??

Little Inbox said...

daphne, hmm, you like pearl bubbles?

New kid, yea, in Chai Leng Park. Next few doors to Hai-O and Lian Gaik Hokkien Mee.


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