Liang Ji 梁記 strikes once more! Launches Legendary Trinity Fried 3-in-1

I do know what you’re going to say. “Oh no Aaron, not him once more?!” Sure I’m bringing Liang Ji 梁記 again once more in my writeup. Why? Chef Dominic Neo has simply launched what he calls the “Legendary Trinity Fried 3-In-1” at his Telok Blangah hawker stall— learn on to seek out out what on earth that’s.

liang ji strikes again - chef dominic

If you happen to assume being a hawker is straightforward, you might be completely mistaken. They face a lot stress of their day by day lives, standing for hours in humid uncomfortable environments, competing in opposition to different hawkers for enterprise throughout peak hours, continually innovating and discovering out what works and what doesn’t (jogs my memory of my job as a meals content material author), the checklist goes on…

Chef Dominic isn’t essentially the most well-liked hawker in Singapore. He continually finds himself being criticised about his angle and even getting hate web sites specifically made for him simply to get him ridiculed.

However what I respect about him is his resilience and gung-ho persona— many people would have given up being in his sneakers.

liang ji strikes again - legendary trinity
Credit score – Liang Ji

His Legendary Trinity Fried 3-in-1 (S$10) options three of his signature dishes in a single plate— char kway teow, carrot cake and fried oyster— good for indecisive folks like me. It’s already arduous work cooking a single merchandise, a lot much less cooking three totally different dishes and piecing them collectively like a jigsaw puzzle.

That’s not all— you’re allowed to resolve when you favor black or white carrot cake, and in addition given the choice to decide on between Teochew, Penang or mala-style char kway teow— you’ll be spoiled for alternative as soon as once more… oh, the irony!

liang ji strikes again - humster
Credit score – Liang Ji
If you happen to assume that’s all, maintain your horses. He has additionally created Sausage Fried Rice (S$6 for small, S$8 for big) which is served in a coronary heart form, and in addition Fried Humsters (S$8 for small, S$10 for big) (virtually resembling that ridiculous cockles-loaded Char Kway Teow that my pricey Malaysian colleague, Reena, reviewed about lately).

It’s principally hum luah, the cockles model of orh luak. What number of instances have you ever seen this dish being served at different hawker stalls in Singapore? I’d say virtually none.

Pay a go to to Liang Ji 梁記 and take a look at his new creations or go for his standard signature dishes, and let me know when you prefer it.

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Liang Ji 梁記

78A Telok Blangah Road 32, #02-01, Singapore 101078

Liang Ji 梁記

78A Telok Blangah Road 32, #02-01, Singapore 101078

Phone: +65 8226 5585

Working Hours: 9.30am – 8.30pm (Each day)