We were here for another movie date, and were looking for something new to try. Nene Chicken looked like a option tucked away in a quiet corner. It was just past 12 noon when we got here, but there were only 2 other dine-in customers in this place that could seat around 5o people. However, there were quite a few customers who ordered take-aways.
We decided to share a set of 6 Pieces Wings and Sticks ($9.95) with swicy (sweet & spicy) sauce, coleslaw, and Nenepop (additional $1.90), mainly because 2 of the 4 posters showed “discontinued” items, and shaking our confidence just a tiny weeny bit 😛 There were only cold drinks available for the set, so we just took bottled water.
The ordering process was quite slow, but we only waited about 5 minutes for our food after ordering.
While we were impressed with the tiny size of the coleslaw, the chicken definitely made us feel that we made the right choice. All were crispy on the outside, while tender and juicy inside. We wiped out the food in mere minutes 😀
It was also quite thoughtful of them to serve the meal with wet towel and disposable gloves.
Overall, quite a satisfying lunch 🙂
- Location: 33 Sengkang West Ave The Seletar Mall #B2-10/11 S(797653)
- Website: www.nenechicken.com.sg
- Hrs: 11am – 9:15pm
After an early morning movie date on Mars, we popped by THREE for lunch!
With Thai, French and Japanese options available, we were really quite spoilt for choice! Our decisions led us to…
- Thai Garlic Pork ($9.80++): Served with the refreshing Thai mango salad, the pork was slightly dry but it was quite flavourful and the taste kinda grew on to us as we kept chewing.
- Penne & Roasted Chicken ($16.80++): The half chicken was really quite huge, and very juicy. The penne was not bad, but it got a little gelat when it cooled off.
- Signature Duck Leg & Linguine ($23.80++): This was supposed to be the signature, but unfortunately, it was slightly disappointing. The duck confit was quite dry and became really greasy after some time. The Aglio Olio linguine was more spicy than usual, but we liked the texture.
- Thai Chendol ($6.80++): A rather sweet dessert served with red ruby and jackfruit strips, gula melaka and coconut milk, I really enjoyed the different layers of intense and aromatic flavours. My favourite item of the meal 🙂
Thai Garlic Pork
Penne & Roasted Chicken
Signature Duck Leg & Linguine
Water was self service, and we were seated just next to it, so it was really convenient! There were a few orange slices within the water container, giving the water a slightly refreshing taste.
Overall, some hits and misses, and certainly something different from the usual chain restaurants found in shopping malls.
- Location: 33 Sengkang West Avenue Seletar Mall #03-37, #03-K1,K2,K3 S(797653)
- Website: www.facebook.com/ThreeSG
- Hrs: 11am – 10pm
Our breakfast spread!
We had passed by Song Fa Buk Kut Teh in Chinatown Point and were very impressed with the queue! Today, as part of our attempt to stay healthy, we decided to walk to Seletar Mall, where another branch of this very popular bak kut teh chain was located. After a bit of hipcup (such as having shoes disintegrating halfway), we finally arrived at Seletar Mall 🙂
We were too early, so we went to the nearby Ya Kun for some drinks and cheesy French toast. Gotta say that while the coffee and tea were good, the wait for the toast was really long and the actual French toast was more salty than cheesy.
Anyway, at 10.29am, we were back to Song Fa and were amazed a short queue had already formed 😮