The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)

The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
After a fulfilling session at St Games, we headed down to The Asian Kitchen for some Chinese food. Its black and red theme, gives it a contemporary Chinese theme with its open concept seating (there are no high panes or walls surrounding the place, as with all restaurants on that floor, there is no barrier separating you from the passerby).

The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)

The food in general was good. We had a platter of meat, a plate of eggplant (a little spicy but nice none the less), fried toufu (they were nice – soft one the inside but nice and crispy on the outside) and springrolls (which was average), two bowls of rice and one bowl of Si Chuan Suan La Mian (sour and spicy it was).

The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
It was pretty nice, not too hard and pretty moist
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Mixed seasoning and salt for the meat (above)
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Fried toufu
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
The eggplants - the shrimp paste was slightly salty so it should be pair with a bowl of steaming white rice
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Spring rolls that came with a sweet sauce. It was a little to dry for my liking though.
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Said sweet sauce for the springrolls
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Sichuan spicy and hot lamian
The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Do pardon the blurry lamian :p

To end off the meal, JP had a bowl of mango sago for dessert to which he commented that while it was not too sweet and nice, the sago was still frozen and quite hard which slightly dampened this sweet treat when trying to chew the hard and cold sago.

The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)
Mango sago

Service was commendable as water was refilled very efficiently and dishes arrived promptly. Staff were also approachable and friendly. The portions were reasonable and should satisfy an average hungry person (unless you have a voracious appetite). Between the three of us, we had quite a few dishes that come up to about S$68, which is pretty reasonable given the ambience and place (it is a restaurant after all).

With the average dish costing about S$10 (depending on what you order), it is normal for such an establishment in Singapore. If you want anything cheaper, there are always the foodcourts or hawker centers for even more affordable food.

The Asian Kitchen (Bugis+ Plus)

201 Victoria Street
#04-07 Bugis+
Tel: 66816410
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