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Chicken or fish? Time to investigate two reputable names that specialize in one or the other, starting with Puchong's Kong Sai, where fowl is king of the roost. Kong Sai's chicken rice is unmemorable, but it's still better than plain white rice. Pork tries to hog the limelight, but pork rib curry with potatoes and pepper pork stomach soup, while both serviceable, might not be stars in their own right. Lap cheong omelet, filled with sweet-savory sausages that fortify the flavor of the egg. Yau
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Chicken or fish? Time to investigate two reputable names that specialize in one or the other, starting with Puchong's Kong Sai, where fowl is king of the roost.
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Kong Sai's chicken rice is unmemorable, but it's still better than plain white rice.
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Pork tries to hog the limelight, but pork rib curry with potatoes and pepper pork stomach soup, while both serviceable, might not be stars in their own right.
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Lap cheong omelet, filled with sweet-savory sausages that fortify the flavor of the egg.
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Yau mak in fermented bean sauce and taugeh with salted fish, all fresh and crunchy.
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2012-08-25