Haji Lane – Chicken Kebab!
Now wait, I have never been a fan of kebabs to be plain honest. Nope, never.
Karen and I met up with Nicholas at Haji Lane (The Arab Street area) outside this funky looking Egyptian restaurant. The ambience was somewhat similar as of you visiting a Kopitiam in Little India having roti prata. Pretty cosy and decent. You have egyptian songs playing in the background (verified by asking one of their staff). There’re different types of kebabs to choose from, as you can see from the menu.
We ordered some special drinks on the menu which costs us somewhat $9.00 for 3 different ones. My tastebud doesn’t tell me anything special about a glass of jasmine and iced lemon tea though.
Here comes the main course.
The meat is tender and the sauce is savoury. The spread of salad and potato wedges are amusingly well proportioned. I’d highly recommend getting a piece of this action when you’re around in Arab Street. Having said that, I have never noticed Arab Street to have their own unique stand in the buzzling Singapore city. You have shi sha boutiques, cafes in preserved shop-houses and alot of shopping.
Visit Arab Street if you can when you’re here in Singapore. It’s not far away from G4 Station
Benson’s rating for the kebabs –
(3.0 out of 5.0)