Thursday, 25 April 2013

Hawker Bar

Hawker Bar, located on the Ossington strip,  is a small restaurant/bar that serves up Singaporean and Malaysian style food. I came last week to check it out and here is what I had:
Drinks to start. Fresh Material: Gin, cucumber, mint, lime and soda. This was very refreshing. 
Blanche de Chambly
Chili Salt Tofu. Fried silken tofu, chili salt, house BBQ dipping sauce. This was one of my favourite dishes of the night. The tofu was crispy on the outside, and so soft inside. 
Chicken Satay. Coconut chili lime chicken satay with peanut sauce and pickled cucumber.
Laska Lemak. Spicy coconut curry soup, rice noodles, tofu puffs, snow peas, red pepper, eggplant, chicken, soft boiled egg. I enjoyed the flavour of this dish. It wasn't overly spicy but had a lot of tang which I liked. 
Son in Law Eggs. Soft boiled, then fried, chilli jam. I had high hopes for these eggs, but unfortunately I was underwhelmed with them. I found their overall flavour to be a little bland.
Rendang Curry. Braised ox cheek, coconut rice, pickled cucumber. I liked this curry. The ox cheek was very tender. The curry itself was full of flavour. 

I enjoyed my experience at Hawker Bar. The food was tasty and service was fast and friendly. If you are craving some unique flavours in food, check this place out. 

Happy Eating!  Hawker Bar on Urbanspoon


  1. what about the prices? good value?

    1. prices were very decent! If you click the picture of the menu (first picture on my post) you can see the prices are listed beside the menu items. Everything was around 7-15 bucks! I think it was good value.