Review: Zengji Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice (Singapore)



Marine Parade Central Food Centre Singapore

Zengji Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

serves hainanese chicken and roast chicken with rice. Both are soft and tender. Good!

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Hainanese Chicken & Roast Chicken

Zengji Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice is a popular stall serving hainanese chicken and roast chicken rice.

The hainanese chicken has soft, smooth and tender meat. Its skin is so smooth and soft that it is almost melts in my mouth. Some clear fat jelly can be found as well. It is good!

Most roast chicken has drier meat as roasting takes away its moisture. For this roast chicken, I am quite surprised that its meat is soft, smooth and tender. Its skin is nicely flavoured too. Very nice!

The hainanese chicken and roast chicken are both deboned and served on a plate with soya sauce seasoning and cucumber slices. Served together with the chicken meats are a plate of firm and flavourful rice, a bowl of vegetables flavoured soup and a garlicky limey chilli sauce.

Both the hainanese chicken and roast chicken are good, though their hainanese chicken seems to be more a popular choice. Personally I would just go for their yuan yang which comes with both. Recommended!


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