Fat Boy Kitchen: Comfort Food
You know, with a name like Fat Boy Kitchen, it evokes a certain style of food… I mean, don’t expect anything too healthy here. Instead, they focus on hearty meals that fill your belly like noodle soups and rice combos that you’d find at most HK or Taiwanese cafes.
I decided to try their Singaporean Chicken Laksa Noodle Soup ($11.95). While I wasn’t really expecting much, I was pleasantly surprised at how this laksa turned out. The bowl of soft, white, round rice noodles was topped with bean sprouts, a couple of tofu puffs, fish balls, and a crispy fried chicken cutlet. The soup turned out to have a nice spice level with hints of lemongrass.
On my next visit, I tried their Curry Beef on Rice ($13.95 + $1 for lemon tea). Let me just say that their take-out containers are next level! Each item being separated keeps things so much neater and lets you control how you mix up your food. They give you 3 thin but tender (I have to admit – more tender than I was expecting) beef filets and the curry in this dish goes so well with the plain white rice.
They do offer 10% off if you call your order in so make sure you call them and try them out.
6943 Victoria Dr
Posted on April 19, 2021, in Restaurant Review, Chinese, Fusion, Taiwanese and tagged Vancouver, restaurant review, Chinese, Food, Killarney, Laksa, Fusion, Taiwanese, Asian, Curry Beef. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.