Being located near home, I like coming to the Changi Business Park area because it has Changi City Point and NTUC Xtra. Changi Business Park is pretty quiet on the weekend evenings making it a perfect place for avoiding the crowds and the long queues between me and my food.
Loh Nam Tai, a small eatery serving Cantonese delights, turned out to be a nice spot with reasonable food.
Dumpling Noodle ($5.20) spotted 4 plump dumplings with a whole shrimp and some minced meat in each one. The noodles were springy and coated with a tasty gravy.
BBQ Pork & Wanton Noodle ($5) had the same noodles but was topped with meaty pieces of char siew and a side serving of wanton soup. The char siew was on the leaner side so I didn't feel that guilty. Because I had moore food to come. Moohehe.
The Roast Pork Rice Set ($8.20) was scrumptious. Crispy skin. Flavourful meat. Chicken-flavoured rice. Piquant chicken rice chilli.
It's a set because it came with soup.
Sweet and rather delicate, this brew of pork ribs and huai shan was soothing.
And to include some fibre for a moore balanced diet, we had a plate of Kai Lan ($3).
Will certainly come back to try the other stuff.
Loh Nam Tai
UE Biz Hub East
6 Changi Business Park Ave 1
Tel: 6538 1216
Opens: 11am - 9pm daily
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