Friday, August 31, 2012

Ang Hapag Kainan, Lau Pa Sat

Pritong Tilapia

I wasn't intending to get Filipino food for lunch today. But I needed to be in the neighborhood this afternoon, and I figured that I'd stop by Lau Pa Sat for a bite beforehand. The stall (#70) with the longest line was this one, and I noticed that some people were walking away with some fried whole fish that looked promising. So I got in line and paid my S$8 (US$6.40).

The good thing was that it was crispy and tasty on the outside, yet moist and tender on the inside. But it was also pretty darned small; so much that I was starving afterwards and had to stop by the udon shop to top up (still disappointing, BTW). The lechón here sure looked like it might be worth a try though; maybe I'll give it a shot next time.

1 comment:

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