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Union Farm Eating House

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Located on Clementi Road, Union Farm Eating House specialises in paper wrapped chicken and serves a wide variety of chinese dishes as well.

Tue - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Tue - Fri: 17:00 - 21:00

Sat, Sun &: 12:00 - 21:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64662776
$20 based on 31 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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Thumbs up for only the Chee Pow Kai

Basically everything that they sell is pretty normal. Typical homecooked food that is overprice. The only thing that is worth paying it's price is the Chee Pow Kai. Would recommend to eat probably the oyster sauce bee hoon and chee pow kai if you would like to have a proper meal. Would prefer not to take the set meal. Check out http://wheretoburp.blogspot.sg/2013/05/union-farm-eating-house.html for more photos.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • chee pow kai 纸包鸡 (Paper wrapped chicken)8 votes
  • Chee Pow Kai1 vote
  • Chinese Mushroom Soup1 vote
  • Prawn Paste Chicken1 vote
  • deep fried beancurd1 vote
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• 09 May 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Would not go for a second time, would not recommend to anybody

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The food is overpriced and does not taste good. Thought it would be a hidden gem but it has proved otherwise. Not worth to try it at all. We ordered chee pow kai, beehoon, prawn roll and baby kai lan. I would say the food would be better at those normal zi char coffeeshop stall. They do not serve white rice there too.
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• 19 May 2013 • 43 reviews • 0 follower

Thumbs up for only the Chee Pow Kai

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Basically everything that they sell is pretty normal. Typical homecooked food that is overprice. The only thing that is worth paying it's price is the Chee Pow Kai. Would recommend to eat probably the oyster sauce bee hoon and chee pow kai if you would like to have a proper meal. Would prefer not to take the set meal. Check out http://wheretoburp.blogspot.sg/2013/05/union-farm-eating-house.html for more photos.
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• 31 Jan 2012 • 10 reviews • 2 followers

Farewell meal...nostaglic...

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After reading about its impending closure, we headed there for a meal recently.

Parking was packed, we managed to take the last slot! We ordered the paper-wrapped chicken, fried bee hoon, vegetables, roast duck & ngo hiang.

Food was served pretty quickly...we were surprised by the fast service. Later then we know that the staff was rushing so that they could have their dinner and close.

Paper-wrapped chicken was pretty good and tasty...though I think it missed the oomph it used to give. The bee hoon was bland...almost tasteless. Vegetable was so-so. The ngo hiang was nice, crispy and yet tasty. The roast duck was pretty good; tasty, aromatic, hot and cut up nicely.

Overall, we would still go there for the paper wrapped chicken and roast duck.

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