Review: Moh Swee Kee (Singapore)

Moh Swee Kee: Hainanese Chicken Rice Set

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Moh Swee Kee

is started by a member from the original Swee Kee Chicken Rice family, serving hainanese chicken rice. It tastes rather nice.

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Hainanese Chicken Rice

Moh Swee Kee is started by a member from the original Swee Kee Chicken Rice family, serving hainanese chicken rice. It tastes rather nice.. The hainanese chicken rice set comes with slices of hainanese chicken, a plate of boiled xiao bai cai, a plate of rice, a bowl of soup and an optional chilli sauce.

The hainanese chicken is not completely deboned. The meat is moist and meaty, while its skin is quite smooth and soft. The slices of chicken are served on a plate with a slightly sweet tasting soya sauce seasoning sauce, accompanied by a few slices of cucumber.

The boiled xiao bai cai is soft and crunchy, with nice soya sauce seasoning flavours and topped with crispy fried shallots. The rice is quite flavourful, but it is a bit soft with too much moisture. The bowl of chicken soup is flavourful, and the chilli sauce has a strong garlicky taste.

Overall, this hainanese chicken rice set tastes rather nice and is quite likeable.


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Moh Swee Kee

People’s Park Food Centre

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