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Chye Lye Restaurant

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Closed On Mondays, Tue - Sun: 11:00 am - 02:30 pm 05:00 pm - 10:30 pm, Tue-Sun: 11am - 2.30pm, 5

+65 62571396
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Awesome Curry Fish Head!

Curry Fish Head.- Fish is fresh and I really really love how the curry is thick and how the portion is really big too. It's full of curry vegetables and taupok! The winning formula is definitely the combination of awesome curry and fresh fish! For a restaurant named after their curry fish head dish, you obviously HAVE to try it!

Fried Chicken-- SUPER crispy skin, yet really MOIST on the inside. My favourite zi char style fried chicken so far! Plus that dash of lime juice gives it a nice little twist of flavour .

Abalone sauce toufu-- well you can't exactly go wrong with toufu. The ones here are super soft which is how toufu is supposed to be. The abolone sauce is marvelous though. Thick and slighty salty, with all the vegetables. 

Note that there are however extremely limited parking lots but at least the shop keepers would help to keep a lookout for the traffic police ;)

[For photos (and other food recommendations) visit http://angelinenie.blogspot.sg/2013/04/chye-lye-curry-fish-head-restaurant.html

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  • Curry fish head and roast chicken.2 votes
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• 01 Aug 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

probably wont 再来

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The Curry Fish Head was reasonably priced at $30. The fish was fresh and tender but the curry was mild--not spicy enough Have tasted better. The Roast Chicken had crispy skin and not too salty. Overall, a good value lunch but not worth raving about.
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• 16 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Dear Chye Lai Restaurant aka "再来"。I'm very disappointed with the service of the woman that serve us. I'm still eating and yet she ask us to eat faster?! That's ridiculous! I never even complain about your serving time, and yet you ask me eat faster just because you got customer waiting? Hey! I'm a paying customer too! You really spoilt my dinner with my family. I'm truly disgusted with the service I'm getting. I don't think I will ever "再来"again. If you don't improve on your service, I don't think anyone will come again. What's this about the best curry head restaurant in Singapore? What a joke! By the way today's is Father's Day, and I had such a bad experience during this day. By the way, we order quite a few dishes, curry fish head, claypot tofu, pork ribs, crispy chicken, asparagus with scallops. The portion is so pathetic. As for the curry fish head, I'm not really sure that's the best, because I have eaten better ones.
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• 06 May 2013 • 20 reviews • 1 follower

Awesome Curry Fish Head!

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Curry Fish Head.- Fish is fresh and I really really love how the curry is thick and how the portion is really big too. It's full of curry vegetables and taupok! The winning formula is definitely the combination of awesome curry and fresh fish! For a restaurant named after their curry fish head dish, you obviously HAVE to try it!

Fried Chicken-- SUPER crispy skin, yet really MOIST on the inside. My favourite zi char style fried chicken so far! Plus that dash of lime juice gives it a nice little twist of flavour .

Abalone sauce toufu-- well you can't exactly go wrong with toufu. The ones here are super soft which is how toufu is supposed to be. The abolone sauce is marvelous though. Thick and slighty salty, with all the vegetables. 

Note that there are however extremely limited parking lots but at least the shop keepers would help to keep a lookout for the traffic police ;)

[For photos (and other food recommendations) visit http://angelinenie.blogspot.sg/2013/04/chye-lye-curry-fish-head-restaurant.html
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