RK Eating House is always good for a few laughs and their epic beverage towers and ridiculously tall tissue prata make for memorable Instagram pictures. We ordered the 2-litre tower of Milo and had no problem finishing it. I’m still waiting for the day I have enough people with me to order the 5-litre one!
The plaster prata is just awesome, crispy with a perfectly runny egg yolk to top it off and the tissue prata is totally worth the wait. The kids were so excited to see the gigantic cone and surprisingly, we actually managed to finish most of it. It looks structurally unsound but it will stay upright as long as you work your way down from the top. We had some leftovers that we took away with us and they were gobbled up too.
2 litres of Milo
epic tissue prata is epic
the plaster prata is so awesome
giant mug of iced tea
RK Eating House
1 Kensington Park Rd
Growing up, I spent a lot of time at Rochor Centre. We would get our groceries from the NTUC Fairprice there and my sister and I loved going up to Oriental Emporium to look at the toys. I also have fond memories of riding on battery-powered vehicles at the open area.
But like many of my childhood places, Rochor Centre will be gone soon. Come September, these rainbow blocks will have to make way for the North South Expressway. I guess that’s the price we pay for living in Singapore, a tiny island where people can’t bear the thought of slowing down and are always in a rush to get somewhere else. We dropped by earlier today to say goodbye and to take some photos.
getting in some exercise while we’re there
looking for pigeons