What to eat at GR.iD, Selegie area? We got ourselves some soup noodles and crispy chicken cutlet at Isshin Machi for this food review.
First of for their crispy chicken cutlet. At first glance, it looked totally dried out or even burnt and overtly fried. Its interior was somewhat tender, but skin was tough and rubbery, way overcooked with the chicken dying twice over. Taste was pretty fragrant, pepperish and done the usual Taiwanese cutlet style.
Next was their bowl of soup noodles. Noodles was an upgrade of $1 to Guan Miao noodles, aka broader noodles, chewy and delectable. Soup was subtly sweet and savoury, light yet packing a nice punch on the palate. Containing noodles and some veggies, it paired somewhat nicely with the flavoured chicken cutlet.
Thankfully, their warm and friendly service took some gloom off the food that we were served. They were really helpful with their menu as well as other needs that we asked for.
Priced at $13 (inclusive of the noodles upgrade), Isshin Machi’s Crispy Chicken Cutlet Noodles Soup was moderately satisfying at best, with its underwhelming rubbery chicken cutlet.
Isshin Machi Opening Hours & Location
11am – 9:30pm Daily
1 Selegie Rd, #01-01, Singapore 188306