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Well known for serving a different type of Chinese soup daily and free flow achar, the other winning factor for me has got to be their poached chicken which was tender to the bite and the sesame oil soya sauce mixture that was pour onto it gives it an edge over others. The addition of the fried garlic ups the ante even higher and every bite was an absolute joy. The only letdown for me would be their rice as it was lacking the aroma and oiliness. Perhaps a little ginger garlic paste in the rice might make it better?
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📍Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice
865, Mountbatten Road, Katong Shopping Centre, Unit B1-85, Singapore 437844

Well known for serving a different type of Chinese soup daily and free flow achar, the other winning factor for me has got to be their poached chicken which was tender to the bite and the sesame oil soya sauce mixture that was pour onto it gives it an edge over others. The addition of the fried garlic ups the ante even higher and every bite was an absolute joy. The only letdown for me would be their rice as it was lacking the aroma and oiliness. Perhaps a little ginger garlic paste in the rice might make it better?
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📍Delicious Boneless Chicken Rice
865, Mountbatten Road, Katong Shopping Centre, Unit B1-85, Singapore 437844

Charged by the types of ingredients you choose instead of weight, Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot is undeniably one of the most popular stalls in Chinatown that can satisfy your mala cravings.

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If I have deep pockets and a non-existent tummy, I would buy all the offerings at Wu Pao Chun and savour them at one go for breakfast, lunch and dinner haha. Unfortunately reality bites and I could only allow myself 2 treats every time I visit the famous Taiwanese bakery. This time I got the mentaiko bao and a crispy rice studded pastry filled with curry. The mentaiko bao was really small but oh so good. Anyway who could resist mentaiko on a pastry right? Think the ubiquitous mentaiko baguette. The curry pastry was equally scrumptious and I would probably get this again. But then maybe not. There are still loads of yummy offerings at Wu Pao Chun waiting to be discovered by my tummy.

I felt that for chicken rice ($3.00) (breast) was quite dry and not much taste. I saw most of people changed to chicken drumstick or wings instead + add-on char siew ($1.00) was marinated well with the sauce and having strong roasted taste.

I felt that for chicken rice ($3.00) (breast) was quite dry and not much taste. I saw most of people changed to chicken drumstick or wings instead + add-on char siew ($1.00) was marinated well with the sauce and having strong roasted taste.

I felt that for chicken rice ($3.00) (breast) was quite dry and not much taste. I saw most of people changed to chicken drumstick or wings instead + add-on char siew ($1.00) was marinated well with the sauce and having strong roasted taste.

This sweet and savoury pizza is more like a snack than a meal unlike its Italian counterpart. The paper thin tortilla base was just slathered with a sweet and savoury garlic paste sans any other ingredients. Then you are supposed to fold the pizza slice and dip it in the accompanying whipped cream. Never liked whipped cream so I just ate the pizza on its own. It is a novel idea and I probably wouldn’t order this again but then it’s just me.