Monday, January 8, 2018

Cheers Cut Singapore - The Taiwanese Ninja Crispy Chicken Cutlet

ABBEY: I saw Cheers Cut in social media and I was amazed how big the chicken chop is. For SGD8.90 you can get a huge chop of chicken fried to crispiness and topped with your sauce. I chose wasabi mayo and it went well with the chicken. 

They offer free soup but need to pay SGD 1.60 more for the rice. Same taste with other fried chicken but only the size differs.

Cheers Cut Singapore
Food Republic Shaw Lido

Cheers Cut Singapore
Braised Pork 

Cheers Cut Singapore - The Taiwanese Ninja Crispy Chicken Cutlet 

Cheers Cut Singapore
Choose Your Sauce

Cheers Cut Singapore

WILL: After vising some of Official Merlions we dined at a Taiwanese cuisine food stall in Food Republic, the Cheers Cut. 

Abbey excitedly ordered the chicken chop and I went for their signature braised pork rice ($5.90). Well, it is braised so the sauce was camerilized that brought a sweet flavour to it. This dish lit up my brain and reminds me of Chowking (conglomerate of Jollibee). The not so good is, it has a small portion not appropriately balanced with the volume of the rice. 

If you are in Orchard Area, you can head to this hawker stall before your movie starts at Shaw Lido Orchard.

Cheers Cut
(H) 10am – 9.45pm daily
(A) 1 Scotts Road, #B1-01, Stall 4  Shaw Centre’s Food Republic