Review: OK Chicken Rice (Singapore)

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Beo Crescent Singapore

OK Chicken Rice

is a muslim run stall selling chicken rice and more. Fried chicken skin is available too. Nice.


Chicken Rice

OK Chicken Rice sells both steam white chicken and roast chicken. The hainanese chicken has quite soft and tender meat with smooth skin. The roast chicken meat is soft and moist with a nice savoury flavoured skin. Both tastes decent but the chicken isn’t deboned. The rice is firm and quite flavourful, and the soup has decent flavours as well. The chilli sauce is the usual garlicky chicken rice chilli.

Curry Chicken

Besides the usual hainanese chicken and roast chicken, curry chicken is also available. This curry chicken comes with a whole chicken thigh with pieces of curry potatoes in a bowl of nicely flavoured spicy curry sauce. The chicken thigh is rather soft and the potato pieces is soft with nice curry flavours. Comes served with a plate of firm and nicely flavoured rice. This is quite likeable.

Fried Chicken Skin

OK Chicken Rice sells something uncommonly found, fried chicken skin. The fried chicken skin is decently flavoured. It is crispy and isn’t oily at all. Nice as an extra add-on or for snacking on.


OK Chicken Rice sells satay as well. Their satay is available in mutton and chicken meats. The mutton satay is soft and tender with nice seasoning flavours and doesn’t taste gamey. The chicken satay is soft and tender as well with a sweet seasoning taste. The satay is served with lots of cucumber slices and a nice nutty satay sauce containing lots of crushed peanuts. This satay is nice. I like it.


Besides satay, OK Chicken Rice sells otah too. This fish otah is soft and moist with nice spicy flavourings. Decent.


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