20 Ghim Moh Road
#01-24 Ghim Moh Road Market & Food Centre
Singapore 270020

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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

10:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Have seen Tong Fong Fatt around a couple of places and decided to give it a go, and it’s easy to understand why there is a constant queue in front of their stores. They do a simple unadulterated version of the chicken rice, and they do it well. The rice is nice and grainy, soup is simple, and the chicken is moist and what you would expect!


If we could taste memories, my secondary school days would undoubtedly taste of Tong Fong Fatt's chicken rice. Tender chicken slices served in a special soy-based gravy, and eaten with rice and lots and lots of chilli and garlic. *BURP*

My secondary school's campus was undergoing major renovations, so we took over the old RJC campus at Mt. Sinai for two years. Ghim Moh Food Centre was just a stone's throw away, and this fast, tasty, filling, and inexpensive option (everything a student could dream of!) quickly became my staple during those years. Save for the rare occasion where we tried to be adventurous with our meal choices, my friends and I would have this chicken rice for lunch before every CCA practice. The CCA committee even had it delivered straight to school when practices became too hectic i.e. during SYF or concert season (I was in the Chinese Orchestra!). CCA may have been pretty intense, but it infused my favourite memories with the most delicious flavours, and the fragrance of chicken oil and gravy. For that, I'll be forever thankful. #hawkerpedia


Chicken rice is a staple for many Singaporeans, but this stall takes it up a notch by offering boneless chicken. It made for a much more pleasant eating experience. The chicken was tender and the skin had a smooth, silky texture. The gravy was light, and not excessively salty. Overall, it was not too oily and quite light on the palette. The tangy chilli helped to cut through the oiliness of the dish. The best thing about it would have to be the price; $2.50 for a plate, and you could get a bigger one by paying $1.00 more. Definitely a steal, and highly recommended to anyone looking for a chicken rice fix! This was from the Kovan branch, though they have many branches throughout the island.


My current fav chicken rice.