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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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The wings are always fresh because the constant stream of people in queue= high turnover. We all reach for that salty/greasy supper spoon now and then, and this place scratches that late night itch for deep fried poultry. Ask the NUS (Hall) students thronging the place at 9:30PM. They are deeply aware. I’m keeping tabs on this one. Will inflation raise the price per wing above $1.30/ piece? We shall see~

We ordered 2 plates of bee hoon, 4 chicken wings, a plate of cabbage, 1 tau kwa, 1 luncheon meat and 1 fishcake, which is quite reasonable for the $10 paid. The chicken wings are definitely worthy of their hype, and the accompanying chili sauce is very much underrated. I also enjoyed the cabbage, which was more watery/stewy (like chap chye) than oily. The rest of the food items were average, so next time I would zero in on just the chicken wings, cabbage and perhaps tau kwa to eat with the chili. 😋

Missing these old-school juicy wings?

Eng Kee Chicken Wings is offering islandwide delivery, available at http://www.engkeechickenwings.getz.co/. Minimum for delivery is $30, enjoy FREE delivery for orders above $80.

Ala carte items to “build your own meal” include Bee Hoon ($1), Kway Teow Mee ($1), Chicken Wings ($1.50), Taiwan Sausage ($1.30), Otah ($1.30), Ngoh Hiang ($1.30), Bian Xiang – a type of fishcake wrapped with fried beancurd skin ($1.30), Small Xi Dao Fish Cake ($0.60) and White Fish Cake ($0.60). If not, set meats and platters are also available, such as 10-piece Chicken Wing Platter for $15.

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Look at that crispy, glistening skin of the fried chicken wings. I haven’t had Eng Kee’s chicken wings in a decade but they still taste as good. Eng Kee constantly attract long queues at both lunch and dinner.

At $1.30 per piece, each wing is fried till golden brown yet retaining its juiciness and tenderness on the inside. I absolutely love the seasoning here but I can’t exactly figure out what’s the secret ingredient besides salt, pepper and soy sauce.

Have the economical bee hoon and other items as well.


When you see a stall with non-stop queues, you know the food here is legit. 2 plates at $7.50 is quite reasonable. Chicken wing is a must buy, marinated well and crispy. Honestly, 1 is not enough! Buy two chicken wings if possible.

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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.

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