RedRing Treasures – Go for their Juicy Chicken Cutlet Noodles!
The culinary talents behind RedRing Treasure are Boss David and Lady Boss Esther as they gradually improve on their recipes, based on the original RedRing Wanton Mee at Holland Drive, which was developed by Roy, a Chemistry Student from NUS. After tweaking it to Version 5, they kept their recipes locked in a safe and the exact formulation is only known to 4 family members. RedRing Treasures specialize in frying up crispy, succulent chicken, pork and fish cutlets, served either with their signature red sauce noodles or curry rice.
David and Esther believe in serving up quality food hence, they make their own sauces, boil their own broths, slice cutlets and marinade them all painstakingly by hand using their secret recipes. Everything at RedRing Treasures is made meticulously on a daily basis from fresh ingredients obtained from local wet markets.
We tried all the cutlets – chicken, pork and fish – and felt that the chicken cutlet was the star of RedRing Treasures. These cutlets are marinated for 24 hours in their secret marinade to allow maximum infusion of flavour into the meat. Their cutlets are freshly fried upon order so you get a crispy exterior with a tender and juicy interior. The noodles that are made using special high protein flour and whole chicken eggs boast a springy texture and a full-bodied flavour when accompanied by RedRing Treasures’ signature umami rich sauces, which complement the cutlets very well. We really enjoyed RedRing Treasures’ signature red sauce, made with a strong pork bone broth boiled for 4 hours, before it is combined with their secret ‘rempah’ paste that consists of 14 ingredients.
The Chicken Cutlet Noodle costs $5.90 while the Pork & Fish Combo Cutlet Curry Rice costs $7.10. Curry is served in a bowl, with a huge chunk of potato. It really packs a good punch and goes well with the cutlets and rice. Being located in a central area, RedRing Treasures is easily accessible and almost always crowded so you should go earlier to avoid long queues. They also offer squid cutlet and sides such as mushroom fritters, FuPi dumplings and onion blossom.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.