511 Bishan Street 13
#01-522 Kim San Leng Food Centre
Singapore 570511

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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For the price, this is a lot of food given. It gives a very homly feeling, fills your belly adequately and satisfies your cravings. Note that the chilli may be spicy for some people.

Probably one of the better chicken rice stalls I’ve came across. Portion was relatively big and the chicken was nice and tender too. Will definitely visit again!

Ming Kee chicken rice is known for their ice cold hainanese chicken, with the cold supposedly making the chicken meat more tender and juicy, but my chicken wasn’t really cold and it tasted quite average to me. The chicken rice was nice though. Good for a casual meal but isn’t as great as hyped up to be. Many other better chicken rice places out there.

It's a wonder how they continue to keep their chicken rice at $3.50, and I deeply respect that. It's been years since I ate it although I stay nearby and I must say this is a winning plate of chicken rice from it's authentic tasting chicken broth, cold jelly chicken skin and tender meat, less oily rice. It just tastes healthy, compared to most chicken rice that's generous in both salt and oil

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When I around bishan area, I like to go for Ming Kee chicken rice 😄 They give generous portions with affordable price 😋

Once their chicken is cook, they dunk it into ice water, it will create bouncy jelly-like fats under the skin, very juicy and tender making every bite a succulent. Average cost is about $4-6/pax.

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Find this stall in Kim San Leng Coffeeshop right beside Bishan bus interchange. They execute the traditional style of Chicken Rice ($5.50) extra well here — the timing and precision of dunking steamed chicken in ice cold water produces the coveted fine layer of gelatin beneath the skin, making every bite a succulent one.
Photo by Burppler Ms Foodie