I’ve heard quite a lot about this food stall at the basement of Katong Shopping Centre that supposedly serves excellent chicken rice. Finally had the chance to try it out while on a Katong trip with mom-in-law and the kids.
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that the hottest news happening this weekend is Gordon Ramsay’s cookoff against three of Singapore’s most famous hawker dishes — chicken rice, Katong laksa, and chilli crab — in the Singtel Hawker Heroes Challenge. The results are out: Ramsay beat Jumbo’s chilli crab, but lost to [...]
A year ago, there was a chicken rice war in Maxwell Food Centre when the former chef of famous Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice left and opened his own stall two units away. Tian Tian’s regulars went over to Ah Tai. But when we came here for lunch on Vesak Day, the queues were back [...]
Posted in Eat-Out: Asian on Jan 3rd, 2013
Haven’t been to Centrepoint for a few months. Was surprised to see there’s a new F&B outlet opposite Noodle Place Restaurant. Ipoh Lou Yao is supposedly a popular chain from Malaysia. Their signature dish is very much like our local poached Hainanese chicken rice, except that they use yellow-skinned kampong chicken, served with fat, crunchy [...]
There’s at least one Hainanese chicken rice stall to be found in any Singapore hawker centre, food court, or coffee shop. Yet, it’s been a long time since I found one that’s worthy of mention. Leong’s version may not be the best, but it certainly ranks as one of the most memorable chicken rice I’ve [...]
Posted in Eat-Out: Buffet on Dec 20th, 2011
This is one of the rare times that I’ve tasted moist and tender turkey! Together with misstamchiak, Justin, Keropokman, Hungry Cow, and Jasper & Saunders, we checked out the Christmas lunch buffet at Plaza Brasserie at the invitation of PARKROYAL on Beach Road.
It all started with a passionate exchange over the findings of this soy sauce chicken noodle taste test. Whenever foodies cum chicken rice afficionados are involved, the inevitable consequence of such an exchange is, of course, a chicken rice lunch. One of the oldest chicken rice specialists in Singapore, Lee Fun Nam Kee has been [...]
Update (July 2011): This stall has ceased operations. Who is Chef Han? He is Chef Han Seng Fong, former executive sous chef at Mandarin Orchard Hotel — birthplace of the legendary Chatterbox chicken rice. After working there for more than 30 years, Chef Han left this year to open his own chicken rice stall at [...]