Review: Meng Kee (Singapore)

Meng Kee: Lemon Chicken Rice & Soup



Review :

Meng Kee

serves chicken cutlet, grilled chicken, fried chicken wing, pork cutlet and fish fillet with rice. Very likeable!

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Chicken Cutlet Rice

The chicken cutlet has moist and meaty meat coated in a deep fried crispy batter. It comes with either a slightly sweet tasting lemon saauce or a slightly spicy and slightly sweet tasting thai chilli sauce. Both are nice in their own way.

The slices of fried chicken meat are served on a plate of rice that is firm and flavourful. A few slices of cucumber and a serving of achar are provided on the sides. The achar is crunchy with a nice limey and light tone of spiciness. A bowl of nicely flavoured savoury tasting soup with fried shallots comes alongside the plate of rice. A limey and garlicky tasting chilli sauce is also provided as well, and pairs rather well with the fried chicken meat.

This fried chicken cutlet with rice is nice! I like it!

Grilled Chicken Rice

Grilled chicken is available as well. The nicely seasoned grilled chicken is moist and meaty. Its skin is soft but flavourful. Rather nice.

Fried Chicken Wing Rice

The fried chicken wing has a lightly coated crispy batter coating its moist meat. Its skin is very crispy and it has nice seasoning flavours. This fried chicken wing is nice and very likeable! Extras are recommended.

Pork Cutlet

The pork cutlet has a crispy batter coating its tender and flavourful pork meat. It is a nice alternative to the fried chicken.

Fish Fillet

Likewise for the fish fillet, it has a nice crispy batter with nicely flavoured soft and moist fish meat. Comes with a dollop of mayonnaise sauce. It is another good alternative to the fried chicken. Very likeable.


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Meng Kee

AMK 628 Market

Singapore 560628


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