Review: Wee’s Chicken Rice (Singapore)

Wee's Chicken Rice: Hainanese Chicken & Roast Chicken with Rice & Soup

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Wee’s Chicken Rice

serves the usual hainanese chicken and roast chicken rice. Hainanese chicken is smooth and tender. Likeable.

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Hainanese Chicken & Roast Chicken

Wee’s Chicken Rice serves both hainanese chicken and roast chicken.

The hainanese chicken has smooth and tender meat, and its skin is smooth and soft. The roast chicken is moist and meaty and has rather flavourful skin. The slices of chicken meat are served on a plate with a soya sauce seasoning that has a mild note of sweet. Some cucumber slices are included. However, do note that the chicken are not deboned.

Served with the chicken are, a plate of rice, a bowl of soup and chilli sauce. The rice is firm and flavourful. The vegetables soup has nice flavours. The chilli sauce is spicy and garlicky, and goes rather well with the chicken meat.

Personally I like the smoothness and tenderness of their hainanese chicken a little bit more, but both are nice. This serving of chicken rice a definitely a likeable one.


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