Having discovered this gem of a stall a few months ago, this is my current favorite chicken rice at the moment. Boss Niven Leong is the son of the original Sin Kee Chicken Rice founder. His brother now helms the Mei Ling Street Food Centre outlet. There’s another Sin Kee Chicken Rice along Commonwealth Ave [...]
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Seriously, this severely under-the-radar chicken rice stall needs more accolades. Much as I detest breast meat (cue dry and stringy flesh), Hua Kee’s version impressed me with their juicy and tender chicken breast. The chicken here is cooked classic Cantonese-style — poached and cooled in cold water, then chopped and dressed with a soy sauce-sesame [...]
This is another one of my trusty, go-to stalls in Bukit Merah Central Food Centre. It’s just next to Day Night Fried Kway Teow. Regulars at this hawker centre would be familiar with this stall. During lunch hour, a 20 min wait is the norm. So just what’s the appeal about this stall? I think [...]
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.
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 [...]