505 Jurong West Street 52
#01-44 Jurong West 505 Market & Food Centre
Singapore 640505

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09:00am - 07:00pm

09:00am - 07:00pm

09:00am - 07:00pm

09:00am - 07:00pm

09:00am - 07:00pm

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I might have overrated them previously. The ckn is tender and the light sweet sauce is still nice, but I don't think it's mind-blowing

I have to say their diluted chili does work perfectly w the sweet sauce, hence the best way I think is to debone each piece and have it w the porridge along w some chili

However their ckn is rlly not deboned v well, there's a lot of small bones and it's v annoying to eat

Not many stalls selling this type of Cantonese Chicken Porridge in Singapore. This Bib Gourmand stall is located in Jurong West. They don’t even display the Michelin Bib Gourmand sticker, this stall has very short opening hours and it’s only after my third visit, I finally managed to get to taste it.

Ordered an individual set for $4.50. Portion is generous, a large bowl of porridge and a plate of chicken. The porridge is not your typical Cantonese porridge whereby the rice is boiled to a paste. You can still see individual grains here, slightly softer than Teochew porridge. But it is full of flavour, sesame oil and soya sauce drizzled on top and garnished with chopped spring onions. The chicken is soft and tender and it comes with the fragrance of sesame oil.

Overall a good serving of Cantonese Chicken Porridge but personally I still prefer the one from Dunman Food Center.

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Looking to get your yusheng fix during non-CNY period (like me)?

You can get it from this Michelin Bib Gourmand stall which serves tender, succulent poached chicken (that is absolutely delicious!) paired with smooth, velvety Cantonese style porridge.

Their abalone yusheng [salad] is equally impressive with a mix of crunchy shredded lettuce, carrot, ginger, spring onion, cracker and sliced abalone (replacing the raw fish) dressed in their special blend of sauces. Yum! πŸ˜‹

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Ckn is absolutely tasteless but that's why it goes with the godly sauce. It's light and sweet and infinitely addictive

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This is one interesting way to enjoy you chicken meat here. Unlike the usual pairing with rice, this stall served it with porridge.

The porridge taste not too bland, I actually enjoy it when it is warm. The chicken meat also juicy, definitely a comforting meal you can have from this stall.

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There are several Chicken Rice stalls at Blk 505 Jurong West Food Centre while I personally feel that Soh Kee Cooked Food stand out from the crowd.
Listed in the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2021 Bib Gourmand, not the usual Chicken Rice stall as they specialise with Chicken with Porridge set. Price from $3.50, it comes with a huge bowl of Porridge accompanied with tender and juicy Steamed Chicken. What I usually order is the chicken thigh ($4.50 per set) as featured.

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