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03-5879 9415
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Belacan Fried Rice Shanghai Fried Noodles Shanghainese Fried Dumplings Sze Chuan Eggplant Szechuan Sour and Spicy Soup Tung Po Meat
Review (2)
Level4 2016-06-17
I have stop dining at Esquire Kitchen, reason being the service is very bad. This happen many years ago till I unable to recall why, I guest is more one decade. I have no intention go visit this restaurant again until today as my colleague wanted to dine here badly. In order not to disappoint her then I follow suit.They offer special lunch set during weekday lunch and I had myself Curry Noodle and Fried Rice for my colleague. We waited for 15mins for our food to arrive. Nonetheless, I was shock when I receive my Curry Noodle. The soup was rather thick like gravy or even thicker. Oh my god! You imagine it was served with Mee Hoon. Moreover, only curry chicken was the side. Suppose to have beancurd, cockles or long bean or pork skin or char siew in Curry Noodle. Why only curry chicken?!I have checked back the menu make sure I have ordered the correct food. Yes, it was clearly stated that Curry Noodle but not Dry Curry Noodle. But the soup was not acceptable. I have called the waitress and was told that their Curry soup is like that. Sigh…without any choices I requested a glass of hot water to be added into the curry. However, it does not help any because it was remained thick. Just imagine you are eating curry paste with mee hoon. I have lost my appetite and just leave it a side.My colleague was very lucky to have Fried Rice for her lunch. She commented the rice was okay.I will know this is the last visit to Esquire Kitchen, I can guaranteed my next visit will be another decade again or even more. Too bad! The service was as bad as before, no improvement for so many years!  continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-20
Dong Po Rou (aka braised pork belly) is another signature dish of Esquire Kitchen, this dish was made famous by them. The dong po rou was indeed big pieces. The pork belly meat was thick, half fats and half lean meat. The fats have melt in the mouth texture while the lean meat was soft and tender. The broth was not too thick, slightly salty. Somehow or rather, I felt the dish was a bit oily. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)