weekly glutton

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Chicken may be the cheapest and most common meat dish available here in Singapore and it’s due to its common-ness / commonality that most chicken dishes here are sub-standard.

“God, that chicken was dry”

“It was overcooked”

“The chicken was too tough”

Vaguely familiar? Let’s not get me started. I’ve even ate a chicken at… (can’t mention names) and it literally felt like powder in my mouth.

Things are a little different at Meet though.

The first time I went there, I avoided the Chicken like a plague due to bad experiences with other establishments but my buddy let me in on a bite and WOW! I’ve since went back twice and ordered the chicken both times.

Pop by over the weekday during lunch, you can get a Roast Chicken Lunch Special for $9.80 (before tax) and it’s accompanied by a pretty darn fluffy mashed potato. Not going during lunch time? Don’t worry! I think the $18 price tag for the meal is pretty worth it too.

weekly glutton mashed potatoes

I can’t speak for the other dishes though as I haven’t had the chance to try them (I even forgot what I ate the first time, I think it was the Pulled Beef Bourguignon). Meet’s supposed to be a Japanese/French fusion restaurant but honestly, I don’t see or feel it. The chicken serves as a pretty good distraction if anything.

weekly glutton chicken

180 Kitchener Road
#02-37/38 City Square Mall
Singapore 208539
Check out their website here !!!!


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Written by James
James is writing about himself now. James is not shy. Be like James. Graduated in 2014 from The University of Western Australia with an Arts Degree (Marketing, Media & Communication Studies). James spent many a day dreaming that he would strike the lottery and “chill out” the rest of his life but as of present, he’s still dreaming. He has a day job though! James is not a bum. Besides being a narcissist, James is more a glutton, he loves food and reviewing food but peas will always be the worst he says. However, if you must know, he was a contributor to a food magazine prior to his current full-time job so trust James.