1 HarbourFront Walk
#B2-30 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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@goangsg from BKK actually offered pretty good chicken rice worthy of its Michelin Bib Gourmand awards.
The chicken and rice were both tasty like many good chicken rice we have locally, but their Thai style chilli sauce was what set them apart of others. They do have noodle alternative too.
But a meal here should not stop with just their chicken rice. And their Thai steamed fish would be a must-try, with that kick-ass sour and spicy sauce on a fresh sea bass that we had.
In addition, we had their Chai Po omelette, braised pork belly and curry Chap Chye which were also delicious and completed our satisfying meal. We just loved the various sauces that came with different dishes.
No doubt we do have good chicken rice places of our own, but this is also one good chicken rice worthy of mention. Located at 5 malls around the island, it will be one stop for a good and sumptuous Thai style chicken rice meal.

Located at 1 Harbour Front Walk, unit B2-30, VivoCity Shopping Centre, Singapore 098585. .
Michelin Bib Gourmand 2018 & 2019! Single Portion Chicken Rice, $4.50. Very excited to try Bangkok’s Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice as it always garners Long q during meal time. Fragrant chicken rice aroma arises as the staff serves us our food.. the rice is very fragrant on its own full of flavours and not oily, with a beautiful bed of sliced cucumber on the side and generous portion of chicken. Chicken is very tenderly poached and loves it’s texture that they don’t smack it thin. They also served it with their special sauce that goes with the rice and chicken. It’s a mixtures of dark soy sauce with fermented bean paste, vinegar, chopped ginger and green chilli, therefore it’s not very spicy, very unique and brings our another flavours! I must say we pretty much enjoyed this Bangkok version of Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice, a different feel from our usual Singapore version of Hainanese Chicken Rice. We will be back again! .
@goangsg @vivocitysingapore #hungryunicornsg #goangsg #goangpratunamchickenrice #michelinbingourmand2019

Finally got around to trying the fame Thai Chicken rice. The chicken is very tender and mildly seasoned with soft, jelly like chicken skin. Paired with a dark, salty and spicy chilli sauce and Thai ice milk tea, I can tell why it's so popular. Pricey though, just like all other food brought into Singapore.
We did find extra grains of rice on our new plates as well (vivocity outlet) 😢😨

Go-Ang Chicken Rice from Thailand is the name. Then someone left a table and so we thought we will try it. The moment we sat down then we realised there was a queue forming behind! 😱 We were probably at there at the right time when there was no one! Talked about being #Blessed. We ordered half a chicken. Spare parts. Red Curry Mixed Veg and their signature braised pork. It’s all in the dipping sauce that makes it Thai. Chicken is tender and soft a bit similar to our local Hainanese or Cantonese style chicken without the gelatinous layer. Braised Pork, the mrs said her version is much better. It’s not bad lah, but can’t compare to Mrs Lim’s version. Lol. The Red Curry Mixed vegetables is nice, if only it was even spicier it would be nicer. We like it spicy. Thai Milk Tea is not as sweet as we thought it will be, so we are happy. We quickly ate, laid and left because there was a queue waiting. Need to do our weekly groceries after lunch.

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It has all the classics. We had the Chicken Rice, Fried crispy omelette and three-egg spinach. It has a unique taste from Hainanese Chicken Rice, especially topping with their own special sauce and chilli. Give it a try!

A taste of Bangkok's Thai-style Hainanese chicken rice. The rice was flavourful but not as fragrant as what one can expect from Singapore-styled ones. The chicken was tender and succulent; and unlike the spicy garlicky chilli sauce we are used to, their special sauce was more tangy with chopped ginger and chilli padi. It complemented the rice well with a nice kick to it. Overall worth a try for something different.