119 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Singapore 151119

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11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

11:15am - 08:00pm

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This stall was incredibly famous during the pandemic. The queue were legendary and the wait time was mind boggling. And yet today, I was the only customer at 3pm when most hawkers have closed for CNY. All the more business should be roaring because you don’t have that many choices left.

I ordered a drum stick and a piece of chicken breast for $5.50. Not bad. The exterior is coated with a layer of powdered deep frying flour and the chicken is then deep fried to a perfect golden brown. Biting into the chicken, juice starts squirting out and my hands were soon soaked with fried chicken juice!

However, the skin with the frying mix was a bit too salty for me. I imagine if I had this with some carb like rice or mashed potatoes, it will be less salty.

So, all in, the food is not half bad. If there is no queue, I recommend for those who miss the old style fried chicken fast food outlets.

Throwback. I managed to snag these long ago. The wait for both the queue and the chicken can be insane. Honestly, they're nothing special, especially compared to the real, juicy fried chicken in Malaysia.

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Chanced upon @winnersfriedchicken_s1987, Malaysia’s famous fried chicken chain that saw a 45-minute queue on its opening day, while we were dabao-ing at Alexandra Village. No queue this time since dine-in isn’t allowed.

We had the combo that comprised 2 pieces of chicken breast, 1 piece of chicken thigh, drumstick and wing each. The no-frills flour-breaded chicken reminded me of an old-school taste, something that I remember fondly from my childhood. No thick batter, not overly greasy, and a touch of salt and pepper. I didn’t mind that it wasn’t marinated heavily; in fact, I thought the original taste and juiciness of the chicken meat was well exhibited. I was also surprised that the chicken retained the warmth and crisp as we brought it all the way back to Jurong. The rest of the parts were not bad except for the chicken breast which was a tad too dry. But I wouldn’t mind returning if I am in the area for some affordable fried chicken.