Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Everything With Fries

 Everything with Fries at Bugis Juniction, it's their fourth branch and their newest one. Located at 4th floor right beside cinema, it's one good dining place for anyone who wants to chill before or after a movie.

It's my first time eating Everything with Fries. 
At first I thought it might be something like Best Fries Forever but it's more than that.
Serving all their main course with fries and that's probably the reason behind the name #ifyougetwhatimean
There's five different flavours of Fries to choose from.
Original, Curry, Salt & Vinegar, Sour Cream and Onion, Garlic and herbs
 However if you aren't much a fan of fries it's alright there's also sides like colesaw.

Upon arrival, I've ordered English Breakfast Tea since it's early in the morning.
Looking exquisite, however the taste of the tea turns out to be so-so only

Introducing - The One Egg Soup $6.90
Like it's name, it's made using only one egg and it's really surprisingly nice.
Thick, creamy and the fried egg white added a little crisp to the soup.
It will be perfect if their soup is less oily #SLUUUURPS

Skinny Wings $6.90
Crispy on the outside and tender inside, meat does not stick to the bone. It's called skinny wings because the size is almost half of the original wings. Anyway it's a little too oily and salty for me.

Char-Grilled Char Siew $15.90
Handrolled pork belly roulade, char-grilled with garlic sauce
Meat is tender and juicy with minimal fats in it, paired up with garlic sauce, it's marvellous and a definitely must try for pork belly lovers.

Wild NZ King Salmon $18.90
Crispy crumbs over melt-in-the-mouth salmon
At first look, it might give us the impression that the salmon would be crispy and hard, instead it's super soft and melts in your mouth. It's semi-cooked premium salmon and that's why it's so soft and pairing up with the sauce, it's one of the softest salmon I've eaten in my life.
It's my favourite out of the many dishes I've tried in EwF

Char-grilled Beef Karubi $21.90
I am not a fan of Beef, in fact I don't really eat it.
Not really because of religious reason but it's more of being selective when it comes to Beef.
But this beef is tender and the mushroom sauce added more flavors to it. It's super chewy and I love that it's boneless (I dislike boney stuffs) so it's very easy to consume without spending  much effort in cutting the Beef.

Tandoori Chicken Sandwich $11.90
Char-flamed whole chicken leg with EwF's tandoori marinade
Meat is tender and juicy, great choice to sandwich it with bread to lessen the flavors of the sauce.

Grilled Pork Chop $13.90
Meat is a little too tough, didn't really like this one

Steak with Tulang $25.90
Tulang refers to bone marrow, it looks a little like Bamboo Rice but it tasted like a mixture of Jelly+Fats. I didn't like it at all because it tasted like eating fats ._. 
However the ribeye steak served with red wine enriched steak sauce was great and my favourite part of this dish is actually their sauteed mushrooms(!)
It's not in the menu because it's seasonal so try it before they are goneeeeee.
EwF at Bugis Junction has an "open door" concept so it's probably noisy during weekends where everyone is queueing for tickets at Cinema. However their food is great and affordable, so I think it's worth to try. I really wanted to try their Nutella Tart which we didn't get to try.
I'll probably be back again for their dishes, and will review if I've tried one!

Bugis Junction 
200 Victoria Street #04-05
Singapore 188021
Tel: 63380135

Daily: 11am - 10pm
Fri-Sat /Eve of PH: 12pm-10.30pm

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