Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Bi Feng Tang @ Food Republic, Wisma Atria

Last Friday evening, Momo and I roamed around Food Republic at Wisma Atria hoping to grab some quick dinner but there's no seat around.

We then walked past the stalls in the middle of the food court that has reserved seats. Oh yes, we are definitely going in instead of walking more rounds.

Only when I sat down, did I realise it is Bi Feng Tang, hey, it's the one that I ate before at Bukit Panjang.

We were promptly served pickles. They sure whet your appetite ;-)

We ordered a quick simple meal. (so that we can meet up with sis later at Tangs for shopping. haha) I had the char siu rice. $4.20

This is what Momo has been eating for the last few weeks - Porridge diet!
Sliced Fish Porridge $5.80 She thinks porridge elsewhere taste better. ;-p

Ordered two other sides dishes to complement it. The Shredded Duck and Jelly Fish $5.00
The duck's hidden below the Jelly Fish if you are wondering. Spicy and not too bad.

Had a Crispy Fried Quail too. $4.50
Quails are tiny, so the chopsticks there for you to compare the size. :-)
Crispy yet the tiny amount of meat inside still moist. (ok ok, heard you... these tiny birds have not much meat, it's practically eating yummy skin.)

Bi Feng Tang
Food Republic Wisma Atria
435 Orchard Road

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tigerfish said...

Bi Feng Tang...where is the crab? Heee heee....
I always ask the same question. Maybe you can ask the boss. :P

Ming the Merciless said...

What? BBQ roast pork and rice aren't enough?

Anonymous said...

This is rather unrelated to the current post, sorry...but nonetheless a rather important update. In case you haven't already known, Peter at Jago Close in Katong (from the corner coffeeshop which also sells Twee Kee chicken rice) has relocated to Block 18, Bedok South Avenue 1. Yes the same Peter and his dad who fries up a mean char kway teow on "opeh" leaf. My husband who is a true Hokkien boy and all CKT fans out there who like their char kway teow not overly sweet, but very well wok-hei'ed with aromatic garlic, barh you poh, fresh hum and plenty of liao inclu prawn and egg etc. Since the 13th of this month, he has been spreading his char kway teow cheer at the Hong Soon Food Court in Blk 18 Bedok South Ave 1, opposite the market. He tells me that they will be there for 3 months, depending on the response. Right now, business is not so good cos not many people know they have moved to their current location. So old fans as well as newbies please take note of their new location and go support them. Thank you!

backStreetGluttons said...

On this side skinny quail is often mixed up with slim pigeons which is mixed up with undergrown spring chicks and so on. then also Malays seem to peddle this fare in pasar malams and its difficult to find elsewhere , though really tasty and crunchy bony. or issit birds we are talking about ?

Camemberu said...

wow meebles is here too!

The crispy quail looks really fried to death but deliciously so...crackling skin...yums!

Momo not feeling well, eating porridge?

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Everything looks soooo goood. I will have two orders of char siu with rice!

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