Enjoy Eating House and Bar

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Enjoy Eating House and Bar Address 383 Jalan Besar Kam Leng Hotel, Singapore 209001
Enjoy Eating House and Bar Nearest MRT DT23 Bendemeer MRT
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Enjoy Eating House and Bar Phone +65 9299 1601
Enjoy Eating House and Bar Opening Hours Daily : 11:00am - 01:00am
Enjoy Eating House and Bar Food Price S$10 - S$30 per pax

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What people say about Enjoy Eating House and Bar

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95 reviews
  • Tender braised pork leg wok fried with vermicelli

  • So flavourful the noodles itself and the meat was super tender

  • Sweet yam paste with coconut milk and gingko nuts

  • Special mention for foie gras with truffle egg because the smell and taste is so overpowering that i can imagine it days after eating

  • One dish that are well appreciated by all my family members would be prawn patties

  • The deep fried fish was quite Chinese

  • Focusing on local zi char dishes with their own contemporary twist

  • 👉Crispy with Chef Joel's Red Curry Sauce SGD32.80

  • Flavourful and the trotters was melt in the mouth tender

  • Good for 2) but there wasn’t nonetheless it was still a comforting bowl of soup

  • With sweetness from wolfberries at a reasonable price with a good portion of sliced fish

  • What really surprised me was the Sautéed Otah wasn’t sure what to expect for Otah at $17.80

  • Flavours were addictively good but i wished it was a little less crumbly

  • Actually cant remember if it was indeed pork neck but it was pretty good

  • Should have gone well with rice but theirs was dry

  • Chili Prawns were pretty good too

  • I enjoyed the spicy kick and it definitely paired well with the piping hot mantous

  • There were about 6 big prawns in it which was great for sharing

  • The Chef J’s Mee Kia was a real gem on his menu

  • I was curious to find out how tasty it was although I am usually not a fan of pig trotters

  • Albeit a dish with few ingredients

  • The heartwarming feeling was clearly illustrated from the painstaking cooking process of the tender braised pig leg

  • Balanced by the smoky wok hei as the pig leg was wok fried with vermicelli that’s tossed in a rich essence of the broth

  • Wrapped in a flower shaped aluminium foil was some fresh mixed seafood stir fried in their home made spicy otah paste

  • What was more unexpected were the coconut slices that were cooked together in the otah paste

  • Having heard from a Thai colleague who was also present

  • Adding coconut meat into an otah in Thai cuisine is in fact quite common

  • As the coconut with its fruity creaminess stood out in this otah

  • The otah paste was reasonably spicy

  • The rich top grade Mao Shan Wang coupled with refreshing coconut ice cream

  • Every spoonful was so rich in creamy durian as though eating the actual fruit itself

  • An interesting creation was the chendol panda cotta

  • A safer option was the rockmelon sago

  • Whats impressive is the Grilling that blisters the meat

  • While the gula melaka was legit as well

  • It doesnt change the fact that this was a delicious dish

  • Swimming in the thick sauce were a whole lot of seafood gems including squid

  • I would still gladly mop up the sauce with the crispy deep fried mantous that should not be missed

  • This massive signature salt baked whole seabass is one good dish for sharing

  • This plate of Grandma’s “Te Kah” Bee Hoon ($11.80) is undoubtedly the TOP PICK

  • The braised pork leg is home made from scratch

  • The right cut of pork leg used is also critical in achieving the perfect lean fat ratio I mean

  • Course the essence of the braised pork is not gone to waste

  • After the vermicelli is first wok fried to inherit the smoky wok hei

  • It is doused with the essence that has been reduced into a gravy

  • This was certainly a heart warming plate with a bust of flavours in every mouth

  • The crispy hor fun was reminiscent of wanton skin to me

  • When not in contact with the egg gravy

  • The horfun was absolutely crispy & exuded an alluring fragrance & ultimate crunch that I was so drawn to

  • When doused with the gravy which was a smooth concoction that has inherited the ultimate fragrance of the fried horfun & full of eggy aroma

  • The horfun became soft starchy pieces that were still extremely flavourful

  • I cannot emphasise enough on how generous the chefs are with the ingredients

  • So much that you are guaranteed an accompanying side with every spoon of horfun

  • I think this is a really comforting bowl of horfun that will fill both your tummy & your happiness meter up

  • Serving tze char in a modern style but yet with nostalgia decoration and cuisine

  • The meat I would recommend their pork cheek with was a plate of smoky

  • Collagen rich fish soup that archived though their hours of preparing with no milk added

  • The fish slices was soft and delicious

  • It really taste like it was prepared with petai but was told that actually not

  • Transported me to the times when I was a young kid

  • This bowl of soup is so heartening that you wouldn’t want to share it

  • The Red Ruby Coconut Panna Cotta really suited my tastebuds and was not overly sweet like those that you usually find at Thai eateries

  • You probably have no idea how MASSIVE this fish was about 13 inches

  • Chef Joel shared that their sea bass is sourced from a local seawater farm in the waters of Pulau Ubin that doesn’t use any antibiotics or chemical additives

  • So you can safely eat with a peace of mind

  • Fresh batches of fish are delivered within hours of harvest to ensure optimum freshness

  • ✔ This version is baked in salt to highlight the freshness & natural sweetness of the fish

  • The natural sweetness of the thick & tender flesh is enough to pull it off

  • The freshness of the fish is apparent as there is no fishy smell or taste at all

  • Especially when paired with Chef’s special Thai style chilli sauce

  • All you need are simple ingredients & seasoning when you have such quality ingredients

  • They also offer other cooking methods such as Teochew Sautéed Fillet ($21.80) cooked with fermented soya bean sauce & ginger

  • It has a good variety of mushrooms and the sauce is nice tasted like mushrooms juice with chicken powder

  • The fried Hor Fun is where the hor fun itself is fried

  • The sweet chilli cause is light and sweet

  • The braised pork leg is wok fried with vermicelli

  • The star ingredient is definitely the vermicelli for me

  • It has a moist texture and filled with ‘wok hei’ such that it outshines the tender pork leg

  • The marinate was cooked right through the meat

  • Watching his YouTube video on how he seeks to continue the true Singaporean cuisine culture is heartwarming

  • This mod Asian fusion resto bar serves up sharing plates best shared with the gang

  • The wok hei laden Grandma’s “Te Kah” Bee Hoon ($12.80) featuring tender braised pork leg is one not to miss out on

  • It was a comforting bowl with slices of fresh fish

  • These prawn patties were seasoned and fried just nice

  • The slick beehoon coated heavily with all that braised porky sauce was so damn tasty that sharing this plate was just wrong

  • Very friendly staff to recommend us what’s nice in their menu and the lunch set is affordable and generous portion

  • This meaty side is a must order at this new modern Chinese bar within Kam Leng Hotel

  • The pork jowl slices are quite addictive and especially when had with a bit of tangy pickle

  • This modern Chinese restobar shakes up old school zi char with its innovative spin

  • The rice noodles are deep fried before getting tossed with gravy

  • The food here is definitely affordable and of high quality

  • Their local take on tze char food is seriously wonderful and filled with great taste

  • Salt baked fish and hor fun and they are absolutely yummy and yummy and wants flavourful food in a cozy environment

  • This new outlet is worth many visits

  • Opens daily till wee hours with beer and liquor as they show BPL matches

Questions & Answers About Enjoy Eating House and Bar

    1. Take Downtown Line MRT
    2. Alight at DT23 Bendemeer MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit A
    4. Walk about 387 meters from Exit A to Enjoy Eating House and Bar, walking time is around 7 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Enjoy Eating House and Bar are
    • Hoa Nam Bldg (bus stop no 07329) is 45 meters away around 1 mins walk, bus service no 21, 23, 64, 65, 66, 66A, 66B, 67, 67W, 125, 130, 139, 141, 147, 857 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Arc 380 (bus stop no 07351) is 102 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 13, 67, 67W, 133, 141, 145 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Opp Arc 380 (bus stop no 07359) is 130 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 13, 67, 133, 141, 145 will stop in this bus stop.
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