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A Former Houston Press Food Critic Is Opening a Singaporean Restaurant

SING is headed to the 34th & Ella development in Oak Forest

SING will serve Bak Kut Teh, a pork noodle soup
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Cuc Lam, former Houston Press restaurant reporter and critic, is heading into the kitchen for her next gig. Lam and Houston restaurateur Jerry Lasco just announced that they will open a Singaporean restaurant, the Houston Chronicle reports. It's called SING, Inspired Tastes of Asia, and Revive Development just announced that the casual spot will open in its upcoming 34th & Ella development in Oak Forest this spring.

SING will seat up to 30 guests, with room on the patio for more diners. The menu spans chicken tikka masala, mango shrimp spring rolls, and lemongrass pepper ribs, along with dishes like Bak Kut Teh (a pork bone noodle soup), Laksa (a spicy curry coconut noodle soup), and Char Kway Teow (a flat rice noodle).

Try a taste of SING on Sunday, Dec. 17 from noon to 5 p.m. during its pop-up at its soon-to-be 34th & Ella neighbor Surfhouse.

Other restaurants slated for the development include Houston Panini & Provisions (now being re-envisioned as Pop & Pan) and new outposts of both BB’s Cajun Kitchen and Aladdin Mediterranean Cuisine.

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