The Rooster logo caught my attention. I thought it was another fast food restaurant - there's no menu given to you by the waiters; you see what they have just above the cashier, and you have to queue to make your order. The sauces on the table made me curious, but they weren't labelled in English the time I was there. Thankfully, the service staff who passed by managed to enlighten me. Food served there are in big portions (at least for myself) and they are quite generous with the fries and other sides. What I like is the "bottomless soft drink", which allows u to refill for unlimited times and you can change flavour of the drink anytime you want, at a very cheap price of $2.95! Best for water-tanks like me!! Food there is worth trying. Although they run it like a fastfood restaurant, the price is not-so-fastfood kind. The food served are mostly ala carte, not in a set meal, so even if the individual prices look reasonable, the total price of the food ordered can easily go over $20.
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1/4 Chicken Meal - I was glad that the grilled chicken turned out to be pretty tender and juicy, although the flavour didn't manage to penetrate into the deep layers of the meat. I chose the veri peri sauce to go with the chicken which was only slightly aromatic and of medium heat. The garlic rolls (side) had a pretty strong garlic aroma, but they were slightly soggy. On the other hand, the lightly salted sautéed mushrooms and potatoes (side) were pretty delectable without being overly greasy.
Twin Mixed Chicken and Beef Skewers - I initially wanted to get the twin beef skewers, but the person said that only the twin chicken or the mixed skewers were available. Logic? However, I suppose I was pretty lucky to be able to avoid a second beef skewer since it was a bit tough, although the beef flavour was actually pretty good. The chicken skewer, on the other hand, was pretty tender, but not as juicy as the grilled chicken mentioned earlier. I chose the tangy lemon sauce to go with the skewers, and it was somewhat more bitter than tangy. The vegetables used for the salad were pretty fresh, but they could be more generous with the mayonnaise. Lastly, there wasn't anything to rave about the spicy rice which was slightly more flavourful than plain rice.
Coleslaw - I ordered an additional side dish of coleslaw to help fulfil my daily vegetable requirements. Well, there wasn't anything special about the shredded cabbages dressed with buttermilk and mayonnaise, but they were adequately fresh and sweet.
ate at the Vivocity brance on Tue around 6.10PM. upon arrival, no staff attended to me for 3 minutes. then one of them with a mohawk casually told me to wait while he chit-chats with his colleagues, and i stand there waiting to make my order. mohawk guy couldn't even be bothered to speak properly and take down my orders properly. didn't even pass me my can of drink and the tag number, i have to reach over the counter to get it myself. upon getting my meal, my fries were soggy and not cooked all the way through. like they were boiled and not fried. even though me and my fiancee were the only customers, tables around me were left with dirty dishes. condiments were not topped up. when we left, the staff (7-8) were loitering near the entrance, chit-chatting and then stared at me and my fiancee like we were interrupting their conversation and didn't even bother to say "Thank you, come again" or something like that. felt very unwelcomed and food was terrible. not coming here ever again