Michelin Star🌟

Michelin Star🌟

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Jx Eats
Jx Eats

Pass by Go-ang 24 hour chicken rice stall all the time but never have i crossed my mind to try it even though it is awarded 1 michelin star.
Now they have opened in sg, plus near my place.. i thought why not give it a try. Must be really good to open in a country famous for chicken rice. $4.50 for a plate of chicken rice (chicken breast) $5.50 for chicken thigh.
Price: There’s a western version Chicken rice stall located at basement of Nex mall call ToriGo sells chicken rice for the same price. I personally like ToriGo!’s rice better, the sauce on the rice makes the rice so tasty. If you are a more healthy, light or bland eater, Go-ang will suit you. It is not as oily.

Meat: Kampong style chicken, which is more succulent. I find their chicken breast less dry which is a plus point but really should improve on giving the chicken more flavour. It’s basically pretty tasteless chicken meat honestly. Without their superb sauce, which is the next thing i’m going to talk about.

Sauce: For non chilli eater like me in the past, I am a hardcore original flavour person. My chicken rice must be eaten strictly without any sauce or additional seasoning. So for the past me, this Chicken rice is a fail..But now as i can take some chili, Go-Ang’s chilli is never in Sg you will find this pairing. Usually Sg style chicken rice pairs with garlic chili but Go-Ang’s green chilli mix soy sauce and fermented bean paste was unusual but damn good. Even have crunchy bits of ginger chunks which adds more texture. Only down side is, it overpowers the whole dish. I could only taste the chili.
After trying so many chicken rice in Sg.. I still love Yishun 925 chicken rice the most. Be it the price point, taste (don’t even need any sauce pls) and the consistency in every stalls. Second fav... Mandarin orchard Chatterbox. Their chicken and rice quality is superb. I have tried our very own Tien Tien but sadly to me it’s too oily for my liking. Guess taste and preference is very subjective. Any recommendation for good chicken rice pls share!❤️

Was prepared that there will be a long queue but to my surprise there was no queue during lunchtime on a weekday. the 2 level restaurant was filled with tourists including me😂. Had their signature Spicy braised beef noodle with soybean sauce (红烧牛肉面) and Minced meat with fried bean paste noodle (炸酱面) along with my favourite Oolong bubble milk tea from Tenren tea 😍
The serving was generous, thick slabs of Australian beef served. Not really spicy and broth was flavourful, heavy seasoning and i’m quite sure the noodles were handmade, similar to din tai fung’s, little sweet and chewy. However, it didn’t give me a wow factor. Decent bowl of beef noodle with good price value at only $9-$10 sgd. If i’m local, i will still return for sure. #jxeatstravel

First visited this place 6 years back, until today it always have very long queue. it’s located at the 2nd floor of Hua Shan Market and once you exit the mrt station, you will see people rushing to the queue. The queue starts from the entrance, to the double flight of stairs and to the food court. Only Fu Hang Soya bean have queue, the other stalls are usually quiet. Also, Fu Hang closes at 12.30pm. I have been there at 7am and the queue was super long too lol so no difference in what time you go.
If you are dining there, their soy milk comes in big bowl where you use spoon to drink it super shiok. Another signature drink is their salted soy milk, very unique savoury taste that sg doesn’t have. I also love their egg crepe with You tiao. The crepe is thin and chewy, they also have Flat bread version which can get very dry as you eat as it thick and filling.
This place is definitely a place to go for breakfast and will not break your bank. Even locals love Fu Hang. Must visit. i wouldn’t say their You tiao or Soy milk is extraordinary but a good experience to eat like the locals ❤️ #jxeatstravel

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