94 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh
Singapore 310094

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Yet another place on my to-go list that is closing, so I had to quickly go try. Didn’t expect much given the mixed reviews but I thought it was not bad, enjoyed my lunch.

The chicken is lean yet soft, I can’t say it’s v tender but it’s not dry. I’ve had smoother chicken though. The skin of the chicken was v tasty, that’s where the marinade went.
Rice is p fragrant, could smell the aromatics like ginger/garlic infused into it. Texture was fine, it has a bite to it and rice grains were separated, yet not dry.

The sauce is viscous and sweet like honey ish and not salty?? Not what I expected soya sauce chicken’s sauce to taste like. Chilli is sour and q refreshing, with a mild spiciness. Soup is not v nice.

Overall I thought it was not bad and I would recommend you to try before it closes permanently! Portion was also quite reasonable for the price, place was well-ventilated. A shoutout to the servers who were v efficient and managed the queue well.


LFKN needs little introduction for serving soya sauce chicken since 1968. One thing I first noticed was they did not have a menu in-store. We went ahead to order their most popular soya sauce chicken, double mix of roast pork & char siew, dumpling soup and rice/noodles to go with the meats.

The tender and succulent soya sauce chicken was so soft and flavourful. I like how the braised sauce is thick and savoury yet not too overpowering. The roasted pork was done to a nice crisp with a good ratio of fat to meat while the dumpling soup turns out pretty average. I preferred noodles over rice for its al-dente springy bite without the strong alkaline taste as the oil rice somehow lacks fragrance.

Soya Sauce Chicken 》$10
Double Mixed (Roast Pork & Char Siew) 》$10
Dumpling Soup 》$5
Noodle 》$2
Rice 》$1

Lunch with family after visiting Columbarium Hall at Toa Payoh Seu Teck Sean Tong during Qing Ming 清明节

Lee Fun Nam Kee Original Soya Sauce Chicken 李范南记独特酱油鸡 (S$30)

Lee Fun Nam Kee Steamed White Chicken 李范南记特制白切鸡 (S$30)

Lee Fun Nam Kee Famous Crispy Roast Pork 李范南记驰名特制脆皮烧肉 (S$12)

Lee Fun Nam Kee Honey Roasted Char-Siew 李范南记特制蜜汁叉烧 (S$12)

Lee Fun Nam Kee Famous Oyster Sauce Kai-Lai 李范南记驰名蚝油芥兰菜 (S$11)

Lee Fun Nam Kee Famous Shrimp Dumpling Soup 李范南记驰名鲜虾水饺汤 (S$11)

Thai Style Fried Tofu 泰式炸豆腐 (S$10)

Accompanied with Fragrant Rice 油饭 (S$1) and Calamansi Juice 冰冻酸甘水 (S$2)

The best part was the chicken but letdown by the rather dry and slightly undercooked rice. The char siew and roast pork belly were just forgettable with a porky taste. No crackling sound. The fried tofu was surprisingly pretty good.

Lee Fun Nam Kee 李范南记
Address 🛖 : Blk 94 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, # 01-04, Singapore 🇸🇬 310 094
Open 🕰️ : Fri - Wed : 11am - 3pm, 5pm - 9pm
Website 🕸️ : https://leefunnamkee.com/


Have been around since the 1960s, Lee Fun Nam Kee has been around for over half a century.

The soya sauce chicken is definitely one of the best around in Singapore. They may even have been the originator of the Singapore style soya sauce chicken(according to their Web page)

Their chicken is soft and tender, even their chicken breast was soft and easy to eat. Their soya sauce is also just as awe-inspiring as their chicken.

The staff here are also very friendly and the place just have a very homely feel.


My go to for Soya Sauce Chicken. Good sauce. Tender chicken.

It's a standalone restaurant at exactly the address so don't go hunting at the nearby hawker centres.

Chicken rice was q fragrant, but the shao rou could be better. Biscuity skin but was hard, and the top was actually burnt. Meat was really lean so it was q tough, though I guess for this leanness it's already cooked well. Quite a bit of flavour though.

Soya sauce chicken was stellar. The meat was so smooth and tender, one of the best I've had. Normally not a fan of soya sauce chicken but I could get used to this. Sauce was also really sticky, so good.

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