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Ah, chicken rice — the quintessential Singaporean dish. It’s no surprise that we all look for dif...

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Succulent boneless chicken drenched in yummy sauce, satisfying for two pax. Food serving was efficient too, worth the wait!

P.S: vegetables don't belong to this stall

Second visit! The mains - dang gui & assam chicken - were tender, juicy and flavourful; the imperial coffee was strong and "gao" enough. Overall, 'twas a comforting meal!

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Bean sprouts were very saucy and surprisingly flavourful. They remained their crunchy texture, with bits of spring onion, sliced red chili and silver fish throughout.

Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/05/go-ang-pratunam-chicken-rice-jem-05-12-19/

More pictures/menu at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5sSr0oH1dt/?igshid=n9yy1prtd69h

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(Unfortunately, they missed out this order :/)
As the entire basil leaves are used, there's a strong bitter earthy flavour permeating throughout the dish which may not appeal to everyone. The dish I had had parts which were spicier than others. I liked that the kai lan retained a nice crunch and that the bits of chicken were surprisingly tender.

Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/05/go-ang-pratunam-chicken-rice-jem-05-12-19/

More pictures/menu at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5sSr0oH1dt/?igshid=n9yy1prtd69h

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I honestly feel that this tastes like a typical kampong chicken with a slight gamey taste permeating throughout the meat. Not the most tender nor moist but its still delicious, not as oily as your typical Singapore Hainanese chicken. I like how it was made boneless, decent portion for 2 pax.

Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.wordpress.com/2019/12/05/go-ang-pratunam-chicken-rice-jem-05-12-19/

More pictures/menu at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5sSr0oH1dt/?igshid=1156fuzd6hse

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Honestly, the branches severely disappointed me, but an opportune short queue allowed me to try the OG; the branches do no justice to the brand name — it's way better here.
The soy chicken noodles ($3.30) had a decent bounciness, well complemented by the sauce and chili. The chicken was tender, though a tad too tough, and carried a good amount of flavour and fragrance. Good but not amazing or Michelin star good.
Is it worth the queue? Opt for Maria Virgin Chicken instead, it's in the same compound — better and has no queue.
📍 335 #02-126 Smith St, Complex Market & Food Centre, Singapore 050335
⏱️ (Mon-Sat) 10.30am-8.30pm; closed on Sundays

Overall, the dish was a little to bland for my liking. Chicken meat was abit tough. Chilli sauce was a tad too sweet...

Sure, there are better, but if you're looking for a good chicken rice, this does the job. Chicken was great. These days you get either boneless cold chicken or bone-in warm chicken - here's a boneless warm chicken. Rice was also fragrant and oily enough.

When I around bishan area, I like to go for Ming Kee chicken rice 😄 They give generous portions with affordable price 😋

Once their chicken is cook, they dunk it into ice water, it will create bouncy jelly-like fats under the skin, very juicy and tender making every bite a succulent. Average cost is about $4-6/pax.

Both of us unanimously chose imperial chicken. The drink cost almost half of the chicken which is considered quite expensive. Food was served very slow. The Soup Restaurant samsui chicken taste better. Oh well, I just realised this is opened by Mark Lee so this does not mean that food are guaranteed nice if open by celebrities. 🙄
#13Stages #ImperialGingerChicken #Burpple #BurppleBeyond

Half Chicken ($16)
So it has been a while since I visited Go-Ang Pratunam’s shop in Bangkok that boasts snaking queues. Thankfully, a branch has opened up at the basement of Vivocity. We promptly ordered half a chicken and a soup. The chicken was surprisingly tender and silky smooth. However some parts were leaning towards the drier side. We were also rather perplexed as to the amount of pieces of meat that resembled chicken breast. There seemed to be too many pieces of breast meat as compared with the thigh meat.