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1 Pasir Ris Close
#02-120 E!Hub @ Downtown East
Singapore 519599

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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This is half a chicken. I really like that their rice (not pictured) is fragrant without the usual oiliness. The light soy sauce for the chicken is also seasoned just right, and is tasty but not too salty. Prices and portions are very reasonable.

Price: $16.80 for half, $33 for whole chicken, $1 for rice

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So this store used to be run by an ex-Chatterbox chef. My dining partner claimed it was his favorite chicken rice in the whole of Singapore (a huge claim since he goes through a plate a day on average) so I was quite excited to try this. We were exceptionally hungry so I ordered 1/2 chicken ($16.80), oyster vegetables ($4.50), their signature tofu ($4.50) and 2 plates of rice. It came with two bowls of clear cabbage soup (MSG loaded to be sure, but tasted good)

First bite of the chicken and I was blown away. It was tender, juicy and flavorful. The skin was silky soft. The dark meat was especially delightful, slipping down my throat easily while the breast meat soaked up the sauce the chicken was seasoned in, bursting with chicken flavor. I only wish I could say the same about the rice, which was definitely underseasoned and slightly dry. The chicken was definitely the highlight in this one.

The tofu side dish was delicious. Piping hot with a crispy outside and soft, silky center, it was paired with a sweet chili sauce. The oyster kailan was definitely overcooked without much crunch to it, but it provided much needed fiber and greens to the meal. And it was generously seasoned with oyster sauce, so no complaints about that.

Overall, a delicious, filling meal. While I don't know if I can agree with my dining partner whether this was the best chicken rice in Singapore, my chicken rice craving and hunger pangs have been satisfied at a very reasonable price.


I have been hear about this place as the owner used to be the ex-chef from Chatterbox.

Took a pretty long journey to Downtown East to taste how good the chicken rice was.

Compared to other restaurants around, this place looks really classic without elaborate design.

For a set of $5 you get all the essential items including the chicken rice and soup. I do agreed their chicken was delicious but the rice could be more fragrance.


All is good, except the exceptionally bland rice. You have to call out the negative among the positives when you claim Chatterbox lineage.

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The chicken rice is average at best.
#MrChickenRice #Burpple

Mr Chicken Rice

When we are in the East we always come here for chicken rice. The owner used to be the chef at the popular Chatterbox Mandarin Orchard chicjen rice.

This plate of $5 in air con environment is value for money. The deboned chicken is soft with smooth and yummy skin. The chilli and ginger are excellent too.

Great place to have chicken rice.


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