We were here at our usual foodcourt in Toa Payoh once again, and this time decided to try the fried rice, especially since Daphne's one looked quite good. I'm not exactly sure if the shop is called "Wok & Fry", it should be something close, though location wise it is the first stall on the left from the main entrance from Courts.
Fried Rice with Chicken: 6/10
Mine was very ordinary fare. In fact, what I wanted was to have the crispy looking chicken cutlet added, not small pieces of chicken meat. I'm sure it would have been better with the cutlet. Rice tasted good with the super spicy sambal.
Fried Rice: 7/10
Daphne's "plainer" version was better, with whatever reddish meat they added. She didn't leave a grain of rice left at the end of it haha. Good thing about both our fried rice was that they were not oily at all, which makes a great difference when you're trying to swallow the food down after a few spoonfuls.
Friendly, but the lady didn't understand English I guess, so I had to make do with my erm... mandarin. Explains why I didn't get the chicken cutlet in the end haha.
Close to $4 ($0.50 for the egg)
Block 470, Toa Payoh Lorong 6,
(Next to Toa Payoh Entertainment Centre and/or Courts)
Fork & Spoon is a foodcourt that is similar to the Banquet 'Halal' foodcourt concept.