Although it doesn’t feel like it, there are actually a lot of eateries around Singapore’s CBD that isn’t Korean. For around 10 bucks, you do have a lot of choices and The Rotisserie is one of them.
If there is only one guarantee when you have your lunch at The Rotisserie, it be that you be having food coma soon after. With an average price of 12 bucks, it is really quite reasonable for a self-service restaurant that strives on stuffing your face with food in the CBD.
For my colleagues and me, it is all about the Schnitzel (SGD 12), Schnitzel (SGD 12), Schnitzel (SGD 12) and Schnitzel (SGD 12) as you can clearly see below. It comes with only one free side but, obviously, there are people who like to add another and make it two portions of corn. -.-
The pork knuckle (full) is SGD 28 and you will surely be jerlat (sick of it) after three bites in. It is pretty good though even if it is for that three bites.
Recommendations: Get a cup of coffee around the area. You will need it to combat your food coma later. Sarnies, along the same street towards Amoy Food Centre, is highly recommended. However, there is a Starbucks nearby too, if that was where your colleagues were headed and you were too lazy to get your own cuppa.
The Rotisserie @ China Square Food Centre
51 Telok Ayer Street #01-01
China Square Food Centre
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