Since our last visit to Five Feet Street Eats, the restaurant has settled on a selection of regularly available dishes, with various specials available each day. The variety of dishes has notably increased, including some "upmarket" dishes alongside Asian street food dishes.
One of the new additions to the menu, their Nestum Chicken dish reminded us of the one that is offered at Kopi Tim. The flesh of the chicken was tender and the generous amount of Nestum cereal provided a delightful crunchy element to the dish. Nestum also imparted its distinctive slightly sweet flavour to the dish. A bit of chilli was included for a bit of kick.
Nestum Chicken (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
For something with a moister texture, there is the Pla Rad Prik. The deep-fried fillets of fish were cooked just right. The gravy had a delectable tangy flavour from the tamarind used in the sauce. Though it had a noticeable spicy kick, the degree of spiciness should still be suitable for most tastes. Strips of capsicum provided a bit of bite while also adding a bit of sweetness.
Pla Rad Prik (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The BBC (Broad Beans with Chutney) served here stood out from the other ones we have tried, with the inclusion of mushrooms for a hint of an earthy flavour and some extra texture. Both the broad beans and tofu still had a bit of bite to them and there was sufficient sauce to ensure the dish was not too dry.
BBC (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Five Feet Street Eats is offering free delivery within 5km of their restaurant for a minimum order of $30. There is a 15% discount for self-pickups.