Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Where to eat Flaming Chicken and Suana Stone Prawns?

Tucked in a quiet corner of Singapore, De'Beer Garden is situated at Kranji Farm Resort where it is away from the bustling city which I personally like. If you think it is too far away, the other branch is located at Sunset Way. Ever heard of Flaming Chicken? It literally means chicken on fire.



Flaming Chicken
The cause of the fire is from the rice wine that is poured on to the whole chicken. By doing this, it enhances the flavour of the meat with a tinge of wine fragrance but not too overwhelming. Using Kampong chicken, the meat is cooked till soft and soaked in broth with mushrooms and vegetables that is boiled for long hours.
Suana Stone Prawn
Live prawns are poured onto the hot stone and simmered for a few minutes in a suana pot. The prawns are sweet, infused with the flavour of the soup. I always prefer to eat without any marination or seasoning so as to taste the original freshness. This is one of the cooking methods that I usually enjoy.

De'Beer at Kranji Farm Resort is not just about food but entertainment as well! Look out for their live band at 8pm every night except Tuesday.

Steam Pomfret Fish
Fried "Lala" Bee Hoon


De'Beer Garden
Dkranji Farm Resort
Address : 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore 718813
Tel : +65 6898 4767
Sunset Way
Address : 106 Clementi St 12, #01-38/40/42 Singapore 120106
Tel : +65 6464 1365

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

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5 comments:

  1. WOW!!! The flaming chicken really on fire! hahaha

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  2. I cant believe the prawn colors, look like fire on antarctica.. really eye catching!

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  3. Lala bee hon, I would try this. Looks delicious!

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  4. This is amazing, how come they can prepare such dish..? I must try those mee hun!

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  5. the chicken, the prawn.. everything looks so good!

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