Friday, November 23, 2007

Liwei Vegetarian Stall (笠维素食)

Though this stall is located in the HDB heartlands, it has still managed to gain popularity through word of mouth. It is not very near my place, however, I would always make it a point to drive my family there for dinner.

Hot Plate BBQ Fish with Rice ($6.50)

A pity that I only Remembered to take the picture after we have eaten 1/2 of the fish itself. There are basically 2 slices of mock fish used, with layers of the Sambal HOT chili in between the layers. The fish tastes just as nice and perfect with lime. This dish is really spicy, and is not suitable for people with weak gastric. Nonetheless, it is my all time favourite. Caution: Do not wear light coloured clothing when you want to order this dish, as it is served piping hot, and you would have chili practically jumping out of the hot plate.

Hotplate Tofu with Rice ($5.50)

This is basically mixed vegetables with Tofu cubes cooked in a special sauce. There is also egg in the bottom part of the vegetables. Hence, with so many ingredients in this, it is called "包罗万象" in Mandarin, meaning: Comprehensive.

Hot Plate Black Pepper Chicken with Rice ($5.50)

The Black Pepper Sauce tastes good, and bearable, not as spicy as BBQ Fish. Nonetheless, the chicken was slightly over-cooked, hence making it slightly harder to chew.


Fried Carrot Cake ($2.50)

This is a Must Order dish from the stall, as it tastes really authetic. The amount of pickled vegetable (chai po) used is just right, making it not too salty.

Overall, I like most of the foods sold from this stall. A pity that I am not able to feature the famous chicken rice (both roast and white) as they are usually sold out by dinner time.

Recommendations: Roast Chicken Rice, Duck Rice, Claypot Rice

Location: Blk 151 Serangoon North Ave 1 #01-41

Chang Jiang Coffee Shop

Tel: 9786 4741

Opening Hours: 8am - 8pm