Fusion Express Serangoon Review

Ordered everything using GrabFoob cause of promocodes.

Ordering from GrabFood adds S$1.30 to the price on the actual stall, though that may be different from other stalls.

Grilled Fish with Lemon Butter Sauce – S$8.30

  • U.P. assumed to be S$7.00
  • Comes with 2 sides
  • Sides Choices:
    • Coleslaw
    • French Fries
    • Wedges
    • Cheese Pasta
    • Mexican Baked Beans
    • Mashed Potato
    • Fried Rice
    • Onion Rings
    • Garlic Bread
    • Egg

Takeaway packaging was terrible for sauces. The baked beans spilled out and into the plastic bag.

Very standard flaky fish for Western hawker food. Not much to say overall, except forgettable.

Salted Egg Sauce Crispy Chicken Chop – S$10.10

  • U.P. assumed to be S$8.80
  • Comes with 2 sides
  • Sides Choices:
    • Coleslaw
    • French Fries
    • Wedges
    • Cheese Pasta
    • Mexican Baked Beans
    • Mashed Potato
    • Fried Rice
    • Onion Rings
    • Garlic Bread
    • Egg

Everything was fried on my plate. Don’t judge. No complains about the fried sides. Wedges had a thin crispy layer and fluffy potato center. Onion rings batter were thicker, with a sweet fleshy onion inside. The only thing missing is a good sauce to accompany.

Perhaps because it was takeaway, the salted egg sauce does not have a desirable consistency, and instead is very grainy, like broken rice or a watery mashed potato, making it very hard to be evenly spread across the chicken.¬†While I applaud the crispiness, the salted egg chicken cutlet is a salt bomb that mostly tasted of salt and more salt. That was the killer, and I don’t think I will be ordering this item again based on the salt factor. Usually for dishes that have a sauce, the meat itself might be seasoned less to accommodate and balance the flavors, but they clearly didn’t do that here.

Rating for Fusion Express Serangoon

I rate food based on how far I am willing to travel, as well as whether I think the price I paid for it justifies it. You can read more about why here.

Travel-meter:

Food here is a neighborhood western stall standard. A short walk to travel here is fine.

 

Worth-it-meter:

In terms of price, I think I got everything I expected. However, I wouldn’t be ordering the salted egg chicken again.

 

But I’m just a fat boi… What do other people think?

The Media

AhBengFoodie liked their food.

EatBook lists Fusion Express as one of Lorong Chuan’s hidden places.

The Community

Deliveroo customer ratings are 85%, which is considered average to good. Unknown number of ratings.

FoodPanda ratings are about 3.5/5, with 526 customer reviews.

 

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