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Necessary Provisions

Necessary Provisions

Hidden in an extremely obscure location along Eng Kong Terrace is Necessary Provisions. The place wasn’t easy to find, especially for those who aren’t familiar with the Toh Yi region. This setting of Necessary Provisions within a row of ship houses, nestled in a private housing estate, resembled the exact same setting of Wimbly Lu.

Summer Pasta

Summer Pasta

The Summer Pasta ($14) is a concoction of home-made pasta with sundried tomatoes, baby spinach and cheese. The home-made pasta was fresh and cooked al-dente. Taste wise, the pasta was rather non-uniformly seasoned, with some portions tasting very salty, while other parts were bland. The saltiness was pretty one-dimensional, seemingly coming only from the salt. The cheese taste was indiscernible.

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Chocolate Cake

The Flourless Chocolate Cake ($4) was pretty average. Texture was dense, but more brownie than cake like. The chocolately taste was a tinge shy of impressing us.

For us to travel miles and tracking the place using GPS, Necessary Provisions has failed to convince us that the trip was worthwhile.

Necessary Provisions
21 Eng Kong Terrace


Written by foodphd

June 18, 2013 at 11:02 am

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