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    Quote Originally Posted by renegade
    next time tell them u want soccer ball sized ones
    One size down from soccer ball size is lawn-bowling ball sized ones. 2 of that normally will see you full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
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    really the ball rice that i ate at jalan besar take me about 8 bites for the record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle&Sebastain
    really the ball rice that i ate at jalan besar take me about 8 bites for the record.
    Now can we have a poll on:

    "How many bites do you take for a norml sized chicken ball?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by thheng71
    yup! they r still there. 111 Toa Payoh Lor 1 kopithiam nxt to braddell mrt.
    yes! good to hear good to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    Now can we have a poll on:

    "How many bites do you take for a norml sized chicken ball?"

    errrmmm it should be chicken RICE ball, not chicken ball, different meaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thheng71
    yup! they r still there. 111 Toa Payoh Lor 1 kopithiam nxt to braddell mrt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotti
    Know where can i find them?

    Saw them on channel 8's charity show and now craving for it!!!!
    hi dotti,

    you can go to lee tong kee at south bridge road, near sago street, for chicken rice balls. the ipoh hor fun there is also excellent.

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    There was a particular stall that has homeblend special chilli sauce and the ever popular rice ball, didnt catch the name. Anyone, seen it or has any idea?

    It was aired a couple days ago, not sure if its channel 8 or asian food channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugon View Post
    There was a particular stall that has homeblend special chilli sauce and the ever popular rice ball, didnt catch the name. Anyone, seen it or has any idea?

    It was aired a couple days ago, not sure if its channel 8 or asian food channel.
    Dude.... this thread is more than 4 years old....

    how did u DIG it up?
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    Default Re: chicken rice balls

    that is a good question

    so any updates

    personally i don't like the balls, the normal rice taste better

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    Oh gosh, didnt know it was that old!! Hahaha...
    Did a search in Yahoo on "Chicken Rice Ball" and this came on.

    Its also a coincident that recent telecast was airing chicken rice ball.

    unbelievable 4 yrs old.

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    You can try the corner shop kopitian opposite Sim Lim Tower or if you happen to be at Malacca Jonker Street,
    you can try the "Chung Wah" Hainanese chicke rice ball but you have to Q cos their business is damm good.
    Aviod " Famosa Chicken Rice Ball " as the ball rice taste like eating a ball of starch !!!

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    U may want to try this place

    庆丰年海南鸡饭团专卖店

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    Thanks Jer, this is the one! Remember seeing the oldman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom81 View Post
    Toa Payoh lor 1, next to Braddell mrt. A few years back they were there. Now don't know whether still there. Maybe you can try your luck there.
    No more liao lah........ but the yuong tai fu still there and its still just as good......... the last time u saw was when policemen still wear shorts? hahah.....
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    yes i agree. don't try famosa, doesn't taste good at all. it purely attracting the tourist with its deco. go for the original chung wah as recommended.

    Quote Originally Posted by lexus View Post
    You can try the corner shop kopitian opposite Sim Lim Tower or if you happen to be at Malacca Jonker Street,
    you can try the "Chung Wah" Hainanese chicke rice ball but you have to Q cos their business is damm good.
    Aviod " Famosa Chicken Rice Ball " as the ball rice taste like eating a ball of starch !!!
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    Arrow Re: chicken rice balls

    Even chicken rice have balls.

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