Have always wanted to visit Liang Ji but never had the chance. Heard so much about the owner Dominic and his past and blah blah blah which I don’t really care cos that’s the past. What matters most is that his food is good and like any other hawkers and F&B owners out there, we are all fighting hard to survive. Those not in F&B will never understand… Especially those so called foodies who will not hold back in destroying a F&B outlet.
One thing I applaud Dominic is his willingness to try new things, fighting spirit and be creative in his offerings even though hawker food is quite hard to divert from the original way of taste and cooking. He beats many others who would only blame the government for not providing when they cannot excel in what they are suppose to do best. I do not know him well but I know he has a lot of ‘brothers’ supporting him which to me, money can’t buy one.
What I like about Liang Ji’s Fried Kway Teow is that every plate is fried individually (that’s what I saw lah) and with a lot of his legendary wok hei! And the carrot cake was so artistically fried, making sure every bit of carrot cake is coated with egg… Yummy!
Check out my reviews in the video and below:
Price: $4 for original fried kway teow, $5 for the Mala one and $8 for the Hae Bi Hiam Fried Carrot Cake.
RTE: Yes! Wanna try the fried rice and fried oyster next!
YouTube – https://youtu.be/k144uJXGHSs
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Add: 119 Aljunied Ave 2, #01-06, Singapore 380119
Hours: Refer to maps link below 👇
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