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117 Commonwealth Drive
Singapore 140117

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12:00pm - 10:30pm


12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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I ordered Set Meal C through foodpanda and Set Meal C includes Bee Hoon, Luncheon Meat, Taiwan Sausage, white fish cake and add-ons (chicken wings -$1.70). I realised Bee Hoon quite bland taste, can skip for noodle and go straight for A La Carte ingredients or Fried Chicken Wings instead. Fried Chicken Wings have don’t much taste except its oily and dry taste.

Eng Kee Chicken Wings
Have been wondering whether the chicken wings here actually lived up to the hype after a certain prominent figure queued up for it. I would say that the fried chicken wings were better than the average ones found at neighbourhood breakfast beehoon stalls. Slightly crispy skin revealing moist chicken flesh underneath. Overall, I wouldn’t mind having it again but not to the extent of traveling down specially for this.

Eng Kee (Commonwealth branch) has always been considered one of the best fried chicken wings in Singapore and having tried the chicken wings again recently, the standard remained so consistently good. Each piece of fried chicken wing was so juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside; super addictive! (P.S. skip the average tasting bee hoon, just head straight for the wings will do)


Ordered beehoon with ngoh hiang and chicken wing ($3.20). The chicken wing is crispy on the outside and juicy and tender on the inside. Bee hoon is moist but quite bland. Will come back for the wings.

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Date of visit: 31 Dec 2018, Mon (6.15pm)
- 4pcs fried chicken wings
- Beehoon and kway teow mee

Rating: 7/10
1) Good chicken wings! Although on the verge of being overcooked, the owners still deliver quality chicken wings with its crispy skin and pipping hot juicy oil which nearly burned my mouth haha. The aroma is also present once it leaves the kitchen, another plus point. But be warned that you will have to wait for about 30 mins and it sells out at around the time when custoners join the queue at 6.30pm, so be there early! 👍
2) Go for the beehoon instead of the kway teow mee closer to evening, because the kway teow mee seems to have turned somewhat hard by the time I consume it. Beehoon on the otherhand is springy and soft, which is to my likings. Amount of soy sauce added was just alright :)
*Paisei for the blurred image, as I took a screenshot from my whatsapp video 😭

Simple, satisfying and sedap. If you’re here for the first time, you might snicker at the awkward picture of a chicken wing on the signboard. Guess who’s having the last laugh - the crispy and juicy chicken wings will have you back for more. The bee hoon had plenty of flavour, perhaps a little too much which made for a pretty greasy meal but anything else is surely an afterthought once you’re winging it. If you’re in the area, this is a decent place for some local grub. Hint: good food, no long queue...

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