Daily: 11:00 - 21:30
Famous Indonesian food chain Wong Solo has opened its first outlet in Singapore, by taking on a youthful branding that boasts a fast-food concept catering to its target audience of students and young executives.It's signature dish is the ayam bakar, grilled chicken with a special blend of Indonesian spices.
be it iga or chicken..taste very delicious!
wong solo is not the only indonesian restaurant selling chicken as main menu, but, in my opinion, they have this authentic taste that i love most compared to the others.
dunt believe? try it and you will know what i mean!!
Please go to http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2012/09/wong-solo-far-east-plaza.html for pictures!
The Ayam Bakar ($6.90) was delightful. The skin wasn't too charred and the marinate was sweet. I liked the fact that the taste of the marinate went through the meat as well. The chicken meat was also easily torn apart. The rice was supposed to be pandan rice although it didn't have a very strong pandan flavour. The chilli was also spicy and appetising.
My only gripe about this place is that they prepared the tomato and cucumbers much earlier than we placed our orders. Plates of cucumbers and tomatoes were just left in the open even though no one had made any orders. Honestly, I would rather wait a few more minutes for my food than eating food that has been left in the open for so long.
Started off well, now food quality going down.
Ambience: A stall in Far East Plaza. Block chairs still not so comfortable, got a bench seat at the back.
Food: Ordered 2 beef ribs. tough and over cooked. also not tasty. Had the tomato juice which had little taste of Tomato. Fortunately the Squid bits were tasty but only a small serving. Highlight was the "tempa" with frieds - tasty and well fried and the Gado Gado had a good sauce..
Value: Not good value, overpriced items.
Service: Order at counter, not so happy waitress brings it over.