AMK stall sells charcoal-battered fish & chips and Angus beef and salmon rice bowls for under S$10

Can bring your boyfriend/girlfriend pak tor.

By Mandy How | October 13, 2017

Ang Mo Food is a coffee shop stall in the heartlands of Ang Mo Kio that sells, erm, Ang Mo Food (or Western food).

They opened on Aug. 1, but already see days when their food sells out before closing time.

One of the dishes that stands out is their recently-launched Charcoal Battered Fish & Chips (S$8.90). We hear it tastes like regular fish and chips, just that they add charcoal in the batter to give it its black appearance:

Source: Ang Mo Food Facebook

For sauces that go with it, you can choose tartar, black pepper or lemon butter. Alternatively, you can add $1 for salted egg sauce.

Another $1 gets you a poached egg too.

Watch how they prepare it here:

Their rice bowls are similarly popular, with their relatively low prices of $6.90 and $7.90 for chicken chop, Angus beef or salmon as a choice of protein:

Their meats are cooked using the sous-vide method (i.e. in a temperature-controlled bath), which tenderises the protein while retaining their juices.

The bowls are completed with sweet corn and sauteed cabbage on top of butter garlic rice. And you can top up $1 for soup of the day.

Besides these noteworthy dishes, Ang Mo Food also serves up standard Western fare like Crispy Chicken Cutlet (S$7.90)Friendly Chicken Wings Set (S$7.90), and Lamb Loin Steak (S$10.90).

Their menu:

Source: Ang Mo Food Facebook

Where to get it: Badaling coffee shop, Blk 446 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Singapore 560446

When it’s open: Mon – Sun, 12pm – 9pm (closed on alternate Mondays – Oct .16, Oct. 30, Nov. 13, Nov. 27 etc.)

 

Top image adapted from Ang Mo Food’s Facebook page. 

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About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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