Had to satisfy my craving for mac and cheese and so I decided to drop by KR's outlet at Suntec, well.... To begin with, I got all confused with the various entrance and so I had to circle around the 'fortune fountain' before finding KR.
All eager to have myself a satisfying meal, I ordered the potpie which wasn't 'that' fantastic except for the generous portion (worth the $) besides the potpie, I ordered half the chicken and mac and cheeeeeeese. But sadly, the waiter (who looked 'half-distracted) had my side orders mixed up.
Sigh, the mixed up in orders took ages to be 'settled' before the manager came to my table to apologize. So...... 6/10 for service.
Generally, the signature dishes like mac and cheese, and corn muffin are so-so, it doesn't taste as fantastic as it used to.
love their spare ribs. i've tried it once only when i was younger. then when i started to have more money to spend, this became a good eating place for me, taste a little like childhood as i used to have wnderful memories there.
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