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Simply Shiok (Simon Road)

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Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 97333558
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Not so awesome chicken wings, but yummy!

For full review, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2013/03/simply-shiok.html
 
 Bought voucher from deal.com.sg for chicken wings & nuggets buffet for less than $10 per pax.
 
 Service was not slow, but neither was it fast, as I observed that there is only one crew staff working both the counter and the kitchen. I went during the weekend evening, and a raining day as well. My first serving came quite fast, but second serving took a longer time. Thus, I believe the crew was inside frying the wings, before coming out to serve us with the food. There wasn't a lot of people when I went, thus, most of the time I am able to get the attention of the crew.
 
 Asked for their mayonnaise which was included in the buffet as free flow, but was told that mayonnaise was not available. But nevertheless, their chili sauce is not bad too.. Something like the Macdonald's sweet chili. Chicken wings and nuggets are not crispy, but still can be consider finger-lickin good probably due to its seasoning.
 
 5 mins walk from Kovan MRT, I would probably visit them again to try their Mexican and spicy chicken wings, which were not in the voucher. It isn't that expensive, as half a dozen costs around $5 plus at usual price.

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• 13 Mar 2013 • 140 reviews • 5 followers

Not so awesome chicken wings, but yummy!

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For full review, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2013/03/simply-shiok.html
 
 Bought voucher from deal.com.sg for chicken wings & nuggets buffet for less than $10 per pax.
 
 Service was not slow, but neither was it fast, as I observed that there is only one crew staff working both the counter and the kitchen. I went during the weekend evening, and a raining day as well. My first serving came quite fast, but second serving took a longer time. Thus, I believe the crew was inside frying the wings, before coming out to serve us with the food. There wasn't a lot of people when I went, thus, most of the time I am able to get the attention of the crew.
 
 Asked for their mayonnaise which was included in the buffet as free flow, but was told that mayonnaise was not available. But nevertheless, their chili sauce is not bad too.. Something like the Macdonald's sweet chili. Chicken wings and nuggets are not crispy, but still can be consider finger-lickin good probably due to its seasoning.
 
 5 mins walk from Kovan MRT, I would probably visit them again to try their Mexican and spicy chicken wings, which were not in the voucher. It isn't that expensive, as half a dozen costs around $5 plus at usual price.
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• 18 Jul 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great for Kid's birthday party!

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We had our daughter's birthday party at Simply Shiok and the children had a shiokilicious time decorating the ice cream and eating them. Try it out if you are thinking of organising a children party. Apart from the delicious ice cream, the pies (my personal recommendation will be the ham & egg pie)and the cakes are also awesome. The place is cosy and nicely decorated, ideal for friends to catch up and chillout.

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• 10 Jun 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

A good spread of icecream to choose from

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I went to this newly open icecream outlet in early May and was pleasantly surprise by the range of icecream on offer there.  I found my favourites of Rum-n-Rasin and different flavours of Sorbet, in additions to other flavours.  Most important of all, if you are afraid to get fat from eating too much icecream, you can choose a junior scoop size. 

I would highly recommend this outlet to anyone who likes icecream, especially for participants of Nanyang MBA.

 

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