I didn't know this particular chicken rice stall is so popular, especially when some people I know actually have some recollection of its old premises in Tanglin Halt. It's now located at Clementi Avenue 2 and covers two whole shop units, and the packed crowds on some evenings should very well be a testament to its continued popularity. And well, it's also because of the crowd that I decided to just lift a picture of the store front from another blog instead of standing right in the middle for a good shot heh.
The steamed chicken is quite fresh and I like the light sauce that comes with the chicken, but the meat could be a little more tender. Nothing really impressive to be honest, and the rice itself was a little too oily for my liking as well. Somehow, if we're comparing Halal-certified chicken rice by Chinese owners, I would be more inclined towards Golden Wings Restaurant at Yew Tee Point.
Fried Kangkong with Sambal
I've eaten a lot of sambal kangkong in a good many places, so this one comes to me as very ordinary. The sambal lacks the kick too.
Fried Ngor Hiang
Crispy, and tasted pretty good with the mayo too. I must admit that I have little idea what goes into this, but at least it's Halal-certified so I can be sure there's no pork in it haha.
$3 for a serving of chicken rice,
Around $4 for each extra dish we ordered.
Clementi Avenue 2, Blk 354.
This place is certified Halal.
Pictures taken with the Canon Ixus 80 IS.