120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-77 Alexandra Village Food Centre
Singapore 150120

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07:00am - 02:00pm


07:00am - 02:00pm

07:00am - 02:00pm

07:00am - 02:00pm

07:00am - 02:00pm

07:00am - 02:00pm

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Chicken Noodles/ Rice (~$5/pax)
⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️
🍴This stall is run by an ex-Raffles Hotel chef and lives up to the hype and long line! The chicken ($20/ whole) was succulent and tender, the noodles ($1.50) were ultra silky, and the shrimp wantons (50c each) were moreish balls generously stuffed with a trove of ingredients.

There’s nothing we would nitpick on, except the exceptionally long line - we waited for 1 hr and 10 mins and the queue grew even longer after us 😮. It’s not so mind blowing that we would highly recommend queueing, but hey if you’re got nothing to do one lazy late morning/afternoon, the food is worth it.

Insta: cafehoppingkids

Expect to wait quite a bit for this, I spent 40min in queue with about 15 people before me! This is one of the better soya sauce chicken I’ve had, the chicken was moist and tender with a really good bite! Ordered the thin noodles, which absorbed the sauce well but tasted just like average wanton noodles. If I were to queue 40min again for this, I would just order a whole chicken 😂 Also, checked with them if they had chicken rice but they only have white rice which was quite a pity.

After seeing queues around this stall, I finally decided to be part of the queue and try it.

Bought the Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle ($4) + 2 X Shrimp Wanton ($1) and now I understand why the queue. The chicken is tender and the noodle is a great compliment with it. The addition Shrimp Wanton I ordered has a whole shrimp in their Wanton. They really don't skived on the ingredients.

Although it is a bit pricey for a hawker, it is good to try on your cheat day.

This stall was a one of it that always attracting super long queue for their signature soya sauce chicken noodle. They prepare every plate individually so it could take some time.

But your wait is totally worth it. I enjoyed the noodle texture and of course the chicken thigh. $4

Their lovely jumbo-sized sui kow (80cents each ala carte) is packed with marinated minced pork, water chestnut, prawn and black fungus.
In the soup, there is a strong umami flavor from a certain dried Chinese seafood product which I suspected to be conpoy. You can even taste it in the sui kow filling.
But whatever it is, due to the addition of this mysterious ingredient, the soup is as Cantonese as it can get.
Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/09/xiang-jiang-soya-sauce-chicken.html


Tasty soya sauce chicken $4.00 we also ordered their dumpling which cost $0.80 each. Quite like it just that the Q quite slow so you need a little more patience