335 Smith Street
#02-84 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

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Breakfast at Fatty Ox HK Kitchen at Chinatown Food Complex. Was craving for soy sauce chicken, but much preferred their char siew! The thick chunks were pretty well caramelized and not as fatty.

While generously portioned, a pity that the chicken was slightly dry and a tad bland, though the aromatic ginger and scallion oil dressing on top helped. The HK style noodles tossed in light soy were great - springy with a good bite!

The noodles were a bit soft for my liking, but I liked the light sauce coating it. The chicken was pretty good, as it was soft & tender, and the skin was tasty too! I don’t usually go for the skins but this one made me reach out for another bite. I really liked the fragrant and flavourful ginger-scallion sauce, it was delicious!

A rather decent place for chicken noodles - if only their noodles had a little more bite!

Beef Brisket and Tendon Noodles - The dish comes with a generous portion of egg noodles, which were springy and did not have a strong alkaline taste.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/fatty-ox-hk-kitchen/

So many things at this stall are famous I had a tough time deciding. Overall everything was good, if not great. Chicken was smooth. Pork was thick without being dry. The star however was the garnish - ginger, spring onion and homemade chilli. They lifted the food from good to great.

Slightly disappointed by the Char siew as it was a little tough, but theres a nice chew to it. The smoky bits were intensely fragrant though.

Quite lucky as i got the duck Drumstick only an hour after it was ready, so it was still quite crispy. Really oily too in a good way as the fats were rendered down. Pretty decent

The stunner for me had to be the chicken as there was a pronounced sweetness, flesh was really tender and skin was sooo smooth and soft.

Really difficult to Find for first timers though, look out for a green sign that says more shops, cos the shops are in an isolated "room"

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Contrary to what their name indicates, Fatty Ox does not serve up any members of the bovine family (can we file this one under #FakeNews?). They do, however, serve up some ridiculously redolent soya sauce chicken along with some stupendously stellar char siew.

While the soya sauce chicken is slightly lagging behind Maria’s virgin birds in terms of taste, it’s still a veritable juggernaut of fabulous flavors. The breathtakingly beautiful skin was such a gluttonous joy to devour, and the savory chicken flesh itself was downright delightful.

The chicken pales in comparison to the mind-blowing majestic char siew. I am NOT exaggerating when I say that Fatty Ox’s char siew could very well be the best char siew in Singapore. A perfectly roasted slab of pork belly is appropriately apportioned into slices, and sparks great joy in all who consume it. The marinade that the char siew is roasted in is smashingly savory, with a pleasant element of sweetness and a sensual smokiness from the roasting. The meat itself is delightfully fatty and supremely succulent, and every bite results in a satisfying chew like none other.

The unique fried chili on the side isn’t spicy, and it’s a complete break from chicken rice tradition. But, it is subtly sweet and satisfyingly salty, a perfect addition to both the chicken and the pork.

The calibre of the meats Fatty Ox serves up can be succinctly summed up in the immortal words of Gordon Ramsay: “delicious, finally, some good fucking food.”