Review: Chinatown Chicken Rice (Singapore)

Chinatown Chicken Rice: Hainanese Chicken & Roast Chicken, Rice & Soup

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Chinatown Chicken Rice

serves hainanese chicken, roast chicken, chicken cutlet, char siew and siu yuk with rice or noodles. Decent.


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Hainanese Chicken & Roast Chicken

Chinatown Chicken Rice serves hainanese chicken and roast chicken with rice or noodles. Shown above is with rice.

The hainanese chicken has smooth and tender meat, and rather smooth skin. The roast chicken is smooth and moist with flavourful skin. The slices of chicken meat are served on a plate with a mildly sweet tasting soya sauce seasoning, and some cucumber slices. They are not completely deboned though, but tastes pretty decent.

A plate of firm and flavourful rice is served alongside the plate of chicken meat, as well as, a bowl of decent tasting soup. A garlicky chilli sauce is provided as well.

This serving of hainanese chicken and roast chicken rice is quite likeable.

Chicken Cutlet

Deep fried chicken cutlet is also available as an option. It has a crispy breaded skin and moist flavourful meat. It is rather likeable too.

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Char Siew & Siu Yuk

Other than the different chicken offerings, char siew and siu yuk is available as well. The char siew is firm and meaty with a slightly sweet taste. The siu yuk is meaty and slightly savoury tasting, however its skin is soft and isn’t crispy. These are served on a plate of firm and flavourful rice with a mildly sweet tasting braised sauce added. Just ordinary.

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Wanton Mee

The wanton mee comes with slices of lean meat char siew served on a plate of tossed noodles and a bowl of wanton soup on the side.

The char siew is firm and meaty with a mild tint of sweetness. The wanton has soft skin wrapping a soft meat filling, and comes in a bowl of savoury tasting soup. The noodles has decent flavours, is fairly springy and comes with some vegetables and pork lard.

This wanton mee is rather ordinary.

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LOCATION

Chinatown Chicken Rice

#02-41
Chiantown Complex FC

Singapore 050335

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