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Level 1 Ci Yuan Community Club
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You don’t need to go to a Korean fried chicken restaurant to satisfy any KFC cravings you have anymore. Instead, drop by Jade Chicken at Ci Yuan Hawker Center for delicious Korean Fried Chicken that ain’t gonna break the bank.⠀

They prefer to sell their fried chicken whole or half ($28/$14.50 respectively), but they do have a couple of combos and sets, such as this here Two Piece Chicken Set for the low price of six dollars flat. Two pieces of fried chicken are thoroughly coated in your choice of Sweet Spicy, Soy, or Honey Butter, and complemented by a mound of plain white rice, fries & coleslaw. Honestly the fries weren’t sufficiently salted, and I didn’t really care for them.⠀

What I did care for were the two pieces of fried chicken. I had them coated in Sweet Spicy sauce, which is sticky, sweet and sufficiently spicy to set your tongue aflame. The fried chicken pieces managed to retain their juices within, and the large piece of fried chicken breast that I got was still sufficiently moist. The thin coating of batter that encases the chicken within was near flawless, striking that ideal balance of thin, light and tremendously crunchy. Despite being coated in the Sweet Spicy sauce, the batter held its crunch exceptionally well.⠀

The coleslaw was extra creamy, almost as if it was intended to combat the moderate spiciness of the Sweet Spicy sauce, and the rice…well, fried chicken & plain white rice is a pretty delish combo. Overall, at just six bucks a plate, I can’t really find fault with Jade Chicken’s birds.


Leo Satay's innovation. For folks who wanna snack on satay but can't buy a bunch to share with others. It's paired with ketupat, cucumber and onion.

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Sichuan famous delights stall
Dan dan noodles @ $4.50

The noodles are a bit overcooked.
Soup tastes a bit different from usual, might be from the additional roasted peanuts, which is not bad.
Everything else is quite normal.

Sichuan famous delights stall
Spicy dumplings 红油抄手 @ $4.50
Comes in 10pcs.

Not very spicy.
The skin a bit tough.
Can have more fillings.

Nasi ayam rendang + veggie @ $7

Nasi padang stall

Quite a bit of queue during lunch time so decided to join and see if it's any good. It's not bad but not fantastic which makes then price point a little high.

The rice is chicken rice which is a bonus.
The chicken rendang is tasty though rather ordinary.
The veggie is a little too salty.

Might try the dishes next time.

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