Cofffee shop western food stall dishing out generous portions of restaurant-quality local-western fare for under $7. The highlight at Ted’s is the chicken cutlet, a specialty that features a slab of juicy deep-fried chicken thigh with a light, crispy batter, paired with a choice of pasta that includes aglio olio, cream or tomato. The selection of value-for-money pasta and protein combinations also extends to grilled chicken chop, grilled prawns, crispy fried fish cutlet and even seared Italian sausage with garlic cream sauce.
For $6, you could get the chicken or fish with fries, instead of spaghetti. But if you’re feeling hungry, add on sides like fried Chicken Wings ($2.50 for 2) and Cheese Fries (from $2.50).
FYI: Chef Thad of Ted’s Kitchen is a graduate from the prestigious Enderun College’s premier culinary education program, set up by celebrated 3 Michelin Star French Chef Alain Ducasse.