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Free Range Grilled Chicken

$12.80 · 9 Reviews

Nothing cools you down on a warm Singaporean afternoon like a dip in the pool and a tall, cold milkshake! Try their sugary-sweet Caramel Popcorn Milkshake (from $8.90) or indulge in the sinful Snickerhead Milkshake (from $8.90). Accompany your beverages with the Grilled Free-range Chicken ($14.90) that sees a large sous vide chicken thigh doused in homemade brown sauce for a nice tangy finish. Yum!
Photo by Burppler Ernest Chua


Another great dish by this value-for-money cafe
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Had a pretty chill evening dinner trying out some of them as well as favourites including:
•Homemade Pumpkin Soup ($5.50)
•Seafood Risotto ($16.90)
•Salted Egg Seafood Pasta ($12.90)
•Tom Yum Seafood Pasta ($12.90) 💕
•Nyonya Style Fish Rice ($9.90)
•Da Burger Bomb ($11.90)
•Chili Chicken Fries ($6.50) 💕
•Sweet Potato Fries ($7.50)
•Grilled Chicken Tomato Pasta - Kid's ($6.90) 💕
•Molten Chocolate Lava Cake ($10.90) 💕
*Not all are featured above as we were too hungry & couldn't wait to dig in to some sacrificing dishes - stay tuned for individual reviews!
Many thanks to Noran & Ericia from @CitrusByThePool for the sweet hospitality!
📍Citrus by The Pool
Woodlands Swimming Complex
3 Woodlands Street 13, S(738600)
Mon-Fri: 11am-11pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 9am-11pm

Saw the menu at they seemed to have a menu revamp, so decided to try one of the new dishes out. This feels very similar to the KFC breakfast wrap for some strange reason though with the tortilla less packed and not as tightly wrapped as intended. The promised crispy chicken didn't fail to make the right impressions, but the tortilla was so loosely packed with small portions that works well for people with smaller appetites that the fillings just kept dropping as I tried to eat it by hand. What goes into the wrap apart from the chicken was passable at best — lettuce and chopped tomatoes drenched in a dressing that feels like a combination of chili sauce and mayo combined for a weak spiciness with a weenzy bit of tanginess for the salad. On the side, the salad served on the side was no different from the ones served in the wrap. What boggles my mind even more was the three dollops of mayo (hidden behind the wrap and salad) that should have been dressed within the salad. True enough, it's the cheapest main you can get here ($9.90 and a complimentary can of soft drink of your choice comes along), but I would say it's better to go for the Free Range Grilled Chicken with better flavour that makes your money and time here more worth. Still, it's probably ok at best if one doesn't look into the food too much given the type of establishment it is.


This cafe is conveniently located within the grounds of Woodlands Swimming Complex, making it the perfect pit stop for a post-swim bite with your family. Warm up with the Mushroom Soup ($4.50) — piping hot, creamy goodness made from scratch that is bound to make you feel nice and toasty. For hungry kiddos, tame their tummies with the crowd pleasing Cheese Fries ($4) while awaiting their mains. The star of the menu is the Grilled Free Range Chicken ($12.80). First sous vide, the chicken is then grilled till the skin is crisp, and it is served atop a pool of moreish housemade citrus sauce. Don't leave without having the popular Molten Chocolate Lava Cake with Ice Cream ($8.80). According to Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua, "the molten chocolate lava just keeps flowing endlessly"!
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua


Seasonal Vegetables, Wild Mushrooms, Potato, Citrus Sauce. One of the signature dishes here; the chicken was really tender with its succulent meat coming off the bones with an effortless pull; the result of using the sous-vide cooking method here. The sauce works brilliantly with the chicken; seemed to be their own housemade sauce which was like a combination of a savoury, earthy mushroom sauce with a light hint of garlicky flavour with a little citrusy tang. Of course there are also room for improvement; the crunchy carrots could be boiled to achieve a softer texture to bite while they could possibly remove the corn nibs for some mash; maybe I am just not a fan of that. However, at $12.80 this is pretty much decent, and definitely a spot that is worthy to check out with your Muslim friends for those living in Woodlands as they are Halal-certified!


Affordable halal bistro that brings another option at the northern side. Given the price, I do not have complains on the portion but definitely quality can be improved.