Kichn @ Albert Court


A sweet sista knows that I like to explore new eating places & wrote me a note with 5 places. This is 1 of them. Went there in a hot sat afternoon for lunch & realized that it’s all al fresco. We hesitated for awhile before settling at a table near the fan.


The serviettes, menu & ordering sheets has very interesting wordings on them. Food are served in small brown carton box. Convenient for pack away & disposal.


Double Blend ($4.00) – Here you can mix 2 to 3 flavors for the drinks. That will depend on how daring you are in trying new flavors. He ordered choc + oreo, nice & chocolatey. Mine is green tea + lychee. I feel the ice blended green tea tasted kinda strange.

 
For the mains, you can mix & match the base, main & sauce too. I chose home-cooked-noodles (maggie mee) + chilli crab sauce + portobello mushroom ($8.90). I was hesitant to choose the chilli crab sauce initially as I’m afraid it’ll be too sweet. Thankfully the chilli crab sauce was beyond our expectation. Not too spicy, not too sweet & with small pieces of crab meat. He actually had his lunch but after tasting my noodles, he ordered one more for himself. He had home-cooked-noodles (maggie mee) + chilli crab sauce + luncheon meat ($5.90). Think I preferred his luncheon meat to my mushroom.

They have some side dishes too like chicken wings & calamari. If not for the hot weather, we would have sat there longer to try more food. Shall arrange to go there at nite the next time.

 

Kichn
180 Albert Street
#01-05, Albert Court
Singapore 189971
http://www.kichn.com/

Tel: 6333 0015

Opening Hours
Mon–Fri: 5.30pm – 10pm
Sat: 10am – 10pm (Temporary)
(Closed on Sun & public holiday)

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