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Magic Wok

07 July 2008

Lunch with the more familiar Asian zhi char fare ("zhi char" is very much a local term used to refer to Asian dishes, and normally eaten with steamed rice) at Magic Wok!

Fried Kailan with Beef: 7/10

This was not too bad, and the vegetables were quite fresh and crunchy. The typical cornstarch gravy was good too.

Sweet and Sour Fried Chicken: 7/10

Me and Daphne liked this dish a lot because of the sweet sauce over the crisp chicken chunks that were juicy on the inside as well. Yums!

Hot and Spicy Hotplate Beancurd with Prawns: 6/10

It may look empty to you but that's really because we asked them not to include the mixed vegetables (which to me, is the worst invention in food history). While the dish was spicy and they weren't too stingy on the prawns, they were stingy instead on the eggs. And they could have added a couple of side ingredients rather than giving it to us plain like that.

Good, attentive and polite.

$6 for the Fried Kailan,
$6 for the Sweet and Sour Chicken
$7.80 for the Hotplate

11 Stamford Road
Capitol Building #01-20
Opposite Raffles City Shopping Centre

Additional Comment
Certified Halal.

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