Ray’s Kitchen

Ray’s Kit­chen has taken over from Maks Place at 313 Wil­liam Street. Still has the same sig­nage, same tired decor, and an almost identical menu of Malaysian/Singaporean hawker dishes. While I ate spar­ingly at Maks Place, I really enjoyed their Roti and Mur­t­abak, but gen­er­ally found the noodle and rice dishes dis­ap­point­ing. So what did I order first time at Ray’s Kit­chen, Mee Siam which is rice ver­mi­celli in a light and spicy, sweet and sour sauce. Served with bean sprouts, salted soy beans, dried bean curd and a boiled egg.

I just found the Mee Siam bland, the tex­tures where all there, it was visu­ally appeal­ing, the hard boiled egg was cooked per­fectly, but the fla­vours did not excite my taste buds like they should of.

The table next to mine, ordered a couple of Rotis and they looked good, so I know what I will order when I am here again. I will eat at Ray’s Kit­chen again, my first exper­i­ence was not great, but is was not bad and it ful­filled my other lunch require­ments, less than 30 minutes, cost $10.50 includ­ing a can of A&W Root Beet and I do like Roti.

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