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The key to finding great chicken rice, Singapore’s national dish, was to head for the hawker stand with the longest line. My son waited in line for 30 minutes and we agreed it was worth the wait. Be prepared to pay in cash but the...More
returned to this iconic chicken rice place in Maxwell Hawker centre chinatown.................the line at 11a.m. was 35 people deep but it moves fast.
the rice, chicken, chicken giblets and kai lan vegetable were all delicious. the chicken is so moist and tender.
however, the "whole...More
Went there with my family from overseas they have wanted to try after hearing all the hypes. The queue wasn't long. Food was average and not sure what's the hype was all about as I have definitely tasted much better chicken rice. Staff was extremely...More
I tried the food while on a guided walking tour and it was very delicious! So I came back in the evening to get a whole portion and was a bit disappointed. Not only were the people not really friendly, but also the chicken was...More
Rated to be one of the top places to get Chicken rice in Singapore so I had to try it. This joint has 2 locations but I wanted to try the popular one that is located in the Maxwell food center.
Located on the opposite...More
One of the best Hainanese Chicken that we had. Served slightly differently from other places: no black soy or minced ginger, but tasted great just the same. We could see another shop with the same name but we followed the queue just to be on...More
Got there 15 min before it closes. The line was not bad for Saturd night & they cranked out the orders very quickly. This place def knows how to handle the long queue which its fame has brought.
We ordered 2 medium chicken rice $5...More
Response from cobbdouglas | Reviewed this property |
It depends on when they run out of chicken. Sometimes as early as 4PM.
If it's closed, you can always try out the nearby Ah Tai Chicken Rice stall. It's run by Tian Tian's ex-cook, and closes by 8PM :)