91 Whampoa Drive
#01-27 Whampoa Makan Place Block 91
Singapore 320091

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10:00am - 04:30pm

10:00am - 04:30pm

10:00am - 04:30pm

10:00am - 04:30pm

10:00am - 04:30pm

10:00am - 04:30pm


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This halal take on chicken rice is the bomb. The rice was really tasty and fragrant. The use of long grain basmati rice was smart because the pillowy texture of the rice made it all the more delicious and accompanied the crispy fried bits very well. Fried chicken was well-spiced and even though I ordered the breast, meat was not too dry. There was a short queue which moved really quickly. A definite recommend and very worth the $3.5!

Edit: also an option to add stuff like other veg, tofu, chicken skin for $0.50 onwards, and a large portion chicken rice option for $6 if you’re a big eater!

Compared to many others we’d tried, the chicken meat was juicy and tender while they had successfully fried the skin to a crispy crust. The crispy fried batter to look for in an Ayam Penyet, theirs was good too. However, we felt that it was a tad too oily. The generous serving of basmati rice was tasty and just great with the chicken.
Their widely-raved deep fried chicken skin would be a good side to add an extra crunch to the meal. Sinful yes but good.

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Ginger fried chicken rice (drumstick $6)

Crispy skin, crunchy crumbs, fragrant balsamic rice. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

Always a delight. In love with their chicken rice topped with nice, fragrant crisps ($3.50), and their fried chicken skin ($2)! Make sure you get both sauces -perfect complements to your meal!


When I was scouring Whampoa Market looking for something to eat. This dish caught my eye. (There's something about those golden crumbs and the slightly yellowish basmati rice that make it look so scrumptious.) There was a number of people having it so it really piqued my curiosity.

When I arrived at the Malay stall, the owner was busily packing about a hundred styrofoam packets as someone made a huge bulk order. Hmmm. Must be popular.

I ordered the ginger fried chicken rice. The garlic and ginger tones were subtle. The fried skin was crispy while the chicken meat was still tender and juicy. The best part would be dipping it in the spicy soy sauce and chilli. You ought to try it!

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri πŸ€—
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