Jollibee (Lucky Plaza Level 6)

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304 Orchard Road
#06-048A Lucky Plaza
Singapore 238863

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I’ve never understood the snaking long queues found at every outlet (that persist from morning till night and seemingly never shortens)...until today. Simply put, the chicken here is LIFE-CHANGING. You can never ever touch a filthy KFC drumlet ever again once you’ve laid hands on this divine blessing. The chicken here is served piping hot, coated in a crunchy outer layer that is the epitome of savoury. Every bite provides that satisfying crunch in stark contrast to the inner chicken flesh...

Oh the tender flesh; dripping with natural juices and oil, it peels away from the bone with the softest touch, as if begging to be eaten. With my grubby paws, I stripped away all that was edible, leaving behind bones that were picked clean. The fries are also SPECTACULAR. So, so crisp and not soggy at all. It’s almost as if they were fried on the spot! Ok but I don’t get all the hype over the brown sauce though, it’s just very ordinary brown sauce found at any coffeeshop western stall. But barring that, this is hands down the most satisfying fast food meal I’ve ever had in Singapore, even my fast food connoisseur friend agrees. And with delivery now made available, I’ll know where to get me fried chickadee fix!


Sorry this photo may not look that appetizing but look at that amount of chili sauce! I really want to emphasize on how spicy bursting Jollibee's chicken is, as in spices spicy, not really of heat spicy. Other than the chili sauce that's hidden beneath the chicken skin, the juicy chicken meat that could easily be torn off into strips was also wholly marinated with spices. The batter was thin and crispy. Of course, you could choose the non-spicy version too. There's also a brown savory sauce that tasted like mushroom sauce to dip the chicken meat in, probably the same in the mashed potato. Enjoyed the mashed potato too which is made using yellow potatoes.

Each set comes with a drink and choices of 2 side dishes which include corn, rice, mashed potato or french fries. The menu at Jollibee is much more different than the other fast food chains as they also serve rice, pasta, hotdogs, burgers and mee siam! Probably that's why they can keep the queue never ending.

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Finally got to try Jollibee (whooop!) and we made full use of the long waiting time by zooming in straight onto the Bundle Meal ($30) and the Fiesta Noodles + Spicy Chickenjoy ($7.20/ala-carte) just because I was really curious about the noodles.
The chicken was juicy and tender and there was actually a nice, gentle spice kick in the Spicy version!
The highly-raved spaghetti was just what I imagined it to be, noodles sitting below sweet tomato sauce and (actually really salty) melted cheese on top. I'm sure some Italian chefs will be aghast by this, but I get why this is a favourite- nothing fancy, but strangely addictive.
However, my favourite item of the night was definitely the Fiesta Noodles. Because it is quite strong in its shrimp flavours, I think it's a dish that one either loves or won't be fond of, and I certainly belong in the first camp. It reminded me of a thicker, more robust version of the Mee Soto (even the cellophane noodles used are the same).
Their other sides were nicely done too; the fries took us by surprise because they looked stale and dry but were actually crispy. And of course, I appreciated the fact that they served white rice because that's how fried chicken is served Indo fast food chains too!
The two of us couldn't finish this meal meant for 5 I reckon, but that night, we happily brought back a half filled bucket and 2 pot (bellies) home.