On the second day, my colleague wasn't able to join me for an after-work dinner so i went alone on my food excursion.
It was a good 5 minutes walk from the office.
I was so keen on trying the SG version of kway chap, so i ordered one to try. It costs SGD5.
I also wanted to try the braised pork rice, so I ordered a bowl too. Greedy me! The braised pork rice costs SGD5.50
This is how my food tray looks like...fully loaded!
The braised pork rice...well, it tastes like homecooked braised pork 😃coz it is not heavily seasoned. The flavor is subtle than KL version.
It has some braised peanuts on it too. My kind of comfort food.
[Below] SG version of kway chap with lighter colour broth. It consists of flat, broad rice sheets.
and was served with a separate bowl of braised tofu, egg, vegetarian 'pork offal'.
There are 3 types of sauces available. The sambal, sourish & spicy chili sauce and garlic chili sauce.
It was a nice meal.
[Below] The Lau Pa Sat food court tucked in the center of CBD office buildings.