Izy Fook has great char siew and deep-fried fare, but pass on the roast pork

The Chinese BBQ Set from Izy Fook.
The Chinese BBQ Set from Izy Fook.PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER

SINGAPORE - Izy Fook is the latest hotspot in Club Street, a restaurant and bar enclave that is buzzing in the evenings, especially on weekends when most of the road is pedestrianised.

The restaurant takes over from Izy, a now-defunct Japanese speakeasy, with a new Asian izakaya concept of sharing dishes. It also collaborates with Roast Paradise, a hawker stall in Old Airport Road Food Centre that sells roast pork and char siew and those two items have a special place on the menu.

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