Every now and then, you think of the places you have not visited in a while.
Ga-Hock was suddenly in our aunt’s mind, so we paid Ga-Hock a visit.
A note to all, if you are visiting this place say on a Sunday night, plan to have an early dinner! If you arrive around 6 pm, you will probably only get to eat around 6:45 pm! It’s a good time to catch up with family members over what has happened during the week. Or if you prefer play games on your phone or bring a book! 🙂
We did not feel like crabbing, so we had the Curry Fish Head. $19.
Just in case you are wondering where is the fish?
It’s hidden below the crispy fried beancurd skin.
Let me warn you, the curry has lots of fine chilli seeds. The fish was fresh and the curry was good on rice.
It is great for a “detox” session if you need one. LOL…
We wanted Venison, but it was not available, so it was substituted with beef.
The beef with spring onions. $10 Nothing really spectacular.
The white bait omelette. $6
A very simple tasty and homely dish.
We did have a laugh when we saw the translation on the menu.
The Chinese words are ‘yun yu dan’. They literally translate it! They called it silverfish omelette.
Hey, would you want to eat silverfish? Those pest/bugs that infest your old books?!
This was the mince meat brinjal. $7.
Another homely kind of dish that I like. It would be better if they were less generous with their oil! :-p
794 Upper Bukit Timah Road
Tel: 6314 5725