144 Upper Bukit Timah Road
#04-51 Beauty World Food Centre
Singapore 588177

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08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

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Absolutely a hidden gem at Beauty World Food Centre. Among the different cooking styles of chicken, soya sauce chicken has never been on the top of my favourite list. But this particular one had a perfect balance of sauce, colour, tenderness. Look at the alluring brown glaze on the chicken skin and the tender, juicy meat that fell off the bone so easily. Something that I really like about the noodles here, bouncy without a strong alkaline taste. Remember to toss some fragrant sambal chili with the noodles! Cheap and good, definitely under the radar.

Rice this time was quite mushy. But the chicken is still decently done with the right amount of juiciness in each bite.

Annie’s soya sauce chicken thighs are incredibly tender, but so are the chicken breasts.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/hong-kong-soya-sauce-chicken-noodle-rice/

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At $3, which is around the usual chicken rice price, this was rather decent but nothing extraordinary. The chilli was surprisingly spicy and I loved that, but it could have been more balanced.

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This 水饺面 was pretty tasty and the noodles were QQ in texture. Their chilli had “chicken rice chilli” standard and it went really well with the noodles and dumplings. The shrimp dumplings were plump and filled generously with fresh and succulent prawns, pork meat and black fungus that were lightly seasoned. Comes with vegetables and a bowl of soup. My tummy was satisfied! 😋

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I'm so happy that the stalls are returning back to this dingy, run-down but homely food centre on the top of Beauty World Centre.
Take this Hong Kong soya sauce chicken, solid, and very tender chicken, on a plate of chicken rice. The skin is so succulent and flavourful, with that I wished I had more. The sauce, thick and well-balanced goes well with their spicy Chili sauce that many seemed to take a lot.
I asked for one dumpling to be added to the soup, and I did not regret that $1.10/pc dumpling. Filled to the brim with crunchy prawn pieces (I counted to at least 4 big chunky pieces), black fungus and minced meat. Every bite send joy to the bones, and I can see why many add another bowl of dumpling soup when they order.