The Place Located in a coffeeshop in Ang Mo Kio right beside Cheng San Market & Cooked Food Centre, Sin Cuisine is a modern tall that specialises in Char Siew. It occupies the stall space of what was previously Roast Paradise, and for the few times I dropped by the coffeeshop, there is always a queue for the meats here. There is not much information on Sin Cuisine online, except that from their fairly new Instagram page where I found out there are also outlets in Tampines and Bukit Merah. The other stall I like in this coffeeshop is Long House Soon Kee (Boneless) Braised Duck Rice.
The Food The Char Siew and Roast Pork are the main highlights at Sin Cuisine, and you can have them in various combinations with rice or noodles.
I went for the Char Siew Noodle (S$4.30) with addition of Roast Pork and Lava Egg (S$1.30).
The char siew here is caramelised, and leans towards the leaner cut. I personally prefer my char siew to have a more charred flavour, and preferably the more fatty cut.
The roast pork is decent, though i feel that it is too thinly sliced such that it wasn’t too satisfying. As for the noodles, I do wish there is more sauce to lend it more flavour.
Rants Food menu is completely missing at the stall, which is something I can’t comprehend. You either need to already know what the stall offers, and I resorted to read off the menu by going into the GrabFood App.
Will I Return Again? Above average meats for sure, but I personally prefer the meats from Roast Paradise if I were to draw a comparison. That said, Sin Cuisine is worth trying if you live in the vicinity.
Taste bud: 3.5/5
Hole in the pocket: 3/5
Overall Experience: 3.5/5
Blk 531 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10
Ranted by The Ranter