25 Feb 2013

BBQ Chicken
Chicken Fried in Olive Oil.

Buddy wanted to try out this joint they had 1 for 1 set meal.....

Have heard about this restaurant,using olive oil to fry the chicken as their main attraction.....They have few branches.We went to  Northpoint....

Does it make much of a difference.Maybe if you are health conscious,just to think it's fried in olive oil might make you happier to eat it.For me it's all about taste....

Served with 2 sides of your choice and soup(cream of mushroom).I choose fries and mashed potatoes.

The olive fried chicken had a nice crispy bite to it,slightly moist,flavour...it  was very simple and light.Nothing exciting exploding in the mouth.
The sides serving were ample.
The fries were really very good,crispy bite and moist inside.
The mashed potato was creamy the sauce on top was nice.
The soup was watery,not much taste or flavour.
Olive Fried Chicken rating:6.0
                                   Soup:4.5 (I manage to drink it )
                    Mashed potato:7.0

Teriyaki Chicken.I  am not quite taken to teriyaki sauce.Buddy said it was okay nothing bad.But overall he did not to rate it.But the sides were good.The coleslaw was  good.

Olive Rice.$3.90.Did not have much olive in it,could not taste any olives at all.But it was cooked with olive oil.Maybe it was olive oil rice.Rice was fluffy and simple.

Choc Lava Cake with Ice Cream.$9.90.
The Ice cream was frozen hard and the cake was very dry .Maybe not my day.

Latte:$4.90.Latte was surprising quite good.

Service was average.Only 2 staff manning this place when I was there.

BBQ Chicken
Northpoint Shopping Centre
930 Yishun Ave 2

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