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Ah Tan Wings (Yishun Park Hawker Centre)

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I Will #MakeYishunGreatAgain by serving up the crustiest Har Cheong Gai you'll 忘不了 🍗 (may sell out early!)

51 Yishun Avenue 11
#01-40 Yishun Park Hawker Centre
Singapore 768867

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11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm


11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
04:00pm - 09:00pm

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It’s a bit of a walk but it is worth it. Found in a pretty modern hawker centre, the dishes are prepared pretty quickly and the portions are really generous. Not to mention the chicken wings are freshly fried to give a extra crisp on top of the already fragrant har cheong kai flavour.

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We had both the harcheonggai wings and the cutlet, and we loved both! The portion size was so generous that I was struggling to finish my food at the end, and the wings and cutlet were so juicy and well flavoured with the prawn paste. I’d definitely recommend this place, so give them a try. The prices are really affordable too, $5+ for a large cutlet. Their rice is fragrant and the chilli is really good as well!

It is something of a fantastic culture that one can come to embrace when it comes to fried chicken; from perfectly battered Southern fried chicken in the patriotic land of America to the saucy yangnyeom fried chicken that we simply know as Korean fried chicken, the art of achieving a crispy piece of chicken that is fried to a mouth-watering golden-brown exterior with a tender and juicy meat that pulls effortlessly from the bone has been something of a history in its own making. One of my favourite takes on fried chicken just happens to be a Singaporean classic: prawn paste fried chicken, or better known as har cheong gai. There is simply no replacement for authentic and freshly cooked har cheong gai, with its almost exotic but all-the-same homely flavour that just leaves you wanting more. I had the pleasure of trying what eventually came to be my favourite har cheong gai in the country at Ah Tan Wings. Run by a pair of siblings who share a passion for the perennial Singaporean fried chicken, Ah Tan Wings serve up har cheong gai unlike any other. Double-fried with two different types of batter and flour, their signature har cheong gai is uniquely crispy and packed with that familiar fermented prawn paste flavour we’ve all grown up with. After going through an arduous trial-and-error period amounting to 800 variations of the recipe, the result is truly noticeable from the first crunch of the superbly crispy skin. Their Atas Wing Meal ($5.30) comes with two of their pride and joy chicken wings (drumlet and wing) along with traditionally cooked aromatic chicken rice, a fried egg, some refreshing slices of cucumber and a tantalising chilli padi dip that pairs perfectly with the prawn paste chicken wings. A life-changing experience. For real.


Crispy and tasty fried chicken wings, consistently long queue but so worth it!

Pretty legit Har Cheong Gai! Crispy well-battered chicken wings bursting with prawn paste umami goodness 🤤🤤 Loved how the prawn paste flavour really came through without the wings being too greasy and really enjoyed this dish! Would willingly pay $1.70/piece anyway for this, plus no queue plus clean hawker plus nice uncle (who gave us an extra wing) plus cheap hawker fuuud 😍😍

For $5.20, this was pretty worth it. The wings were really crispy and went well with the chilli, but I felt that the meat was quite dry. The chicken rice and egg was good.