Street Food - Commando Cutlet

November 15, 2014 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Street Food - Commando Cutlet

Also Known As:
Commando Cutlet



Average Price Per Serving:
SGD $4 - $5



Description:
Created in 2006 by Julie Lee Song Lie, along with her husband Ling Duing Ting, the Commando Cutlet is named after a "Garang" (Daring) military unit, because it's supposed to make you sweat. Oddly, the Commando Cutlet isn't sold in the Commando camp, but in 2 other camps in south west Singapore.


The Commando Cutlet is made by stir frying various ingredients and spices, including fried chicken chunks / popcorn chicken, sliced onions, thick cut fries / chips, sambal chili, sweet soy sauce, lime juice, and mayonnaise. The result is a unique sweet, spicy, and savoury flavour, balanced in taste, yet contrasting enough to keep the meal interesting. Textures range from soft to crunchy, and the complex taste of the Commando Cutlet is so addictive!

The Commando Cutlet may be unhealthy, be it's a true guilty pleasure, allowing National Service (NS) Men the opportunity to look forward to one of the Singapore Armed Forces few culinary delights during reservist training. Best when eaten hot and fresh, and paired with a cold beer!


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At the current moment, there are only 2 locations where you're able to get the Commando Cutlet, both of which are owned by the same operator. There isn't any competition for this dish yet.

This is the top 1 (and only) stall which I feel serve the best Commando Cutlet in Singapore.


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Lion's Den Cafe
@ 26 Clementi Loop
Clementi Camp Officer's Mess

Opening Hours: 9am - 7pm Mon - Fri, 9am - 2pm Sat, Closed Sun

@ 37 Maju Drive
Maju Camp Officer's Mess

Opening Hours: 9am - 7pm Mon - Fri, 9am - 2pm Sat, Closed Sun






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