Shiok! is a restaurant which claims to serve Singaporean street food that I found coincidentally when I was walking around looking for a place to eat in Gandaria City. The restaurant itself is located just next to Lollipop’s Playland & Cafe, and it doesn’t really stand out because the Lollipop is usually very crowded with kids. It looks quite dark from far away, but I decided to give it a try because the restaurant looks comfortable from outside. Another reason because I wanted to know how “shiok” I could be. Because as much as I know, “shiok” is a very famous word uttered by Singaporeans when they eat/drink something very delicious or special. At least that is what I learned from my fellow Singaporeans!
I have to say that the “Mr. Sing” propaganda is just too cute,
and we can look at his face the whole time because it’s our table mat! :p
Duck Fried Rice – IDR 35.000
Just like another fried rice. I couldn’t even feel the duck at all, oh well.
Shiok! Ifu Mie – IDR 36.000
The noodle was crunchy, and the soup was good.
Hainan Chicken Rice – IDR 33.000
Ordering hainan chicken rice is like a must thing to do when eating Singaporean food, lol.
Shiok! Fried Noodle – IDR 33.000
Just like what I expected from Singaporean street food, mixed flavors and smelled so good!
Iced Teh Tarik – IDR 17.000
Fairly nice, although honestly there is almost nothing special about their food. If you usually cook simple Asian dishes by yourself, then you probably can skip this.
Love the place, comfortable setting for tables/chairs, dim lights in some corners make it good for dates, too 🙂
2F – 247B