Restaurant review: The English House has hearty dishes and the best fried kway teow you can find in a restaurant

Filling up almost every corner at The English House are knick-knacks, curios and antiques from England. ST PHOTO: WONG AH YOKE
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Walking into The English House, the three-week-old restaurant by British celebrity chef Marco Pierre White in Mohamed Sultan Road, you feel like you've entered a world where old England and Singapore merged.

Housed in two adjoining houses that date back to colonial times, the original structures of the conserved buildings are maintained. Wall design features are restored and, in parts where they have fallen beyond repair, replicated and aged so well that you have to look hard to see which is original and which isn't.

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