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Thread: Haha! Where can we find the best Chicken Rice in S'pore?

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    Originally posted by ark19


    Yup! But not the outdoor one.
    Ah, the indoor aircon one? Where they have this big tub of archar in front of the stall??

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    Yah, used to be manned by a lady, now an Uncle...
    Their soup damn good!

    Originally posted by YSLee


    Ah, the indoor aircon one? Where they have this big tub of archar in front of the stall??

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    Originally posted by NitroTech
    There is this stall at Commonwealth Drive, it's in a small coffee shop!!!! Forgot the name of the stall but IMO it's the best!!!
    Issit the one which is halal?

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    Originally posted by ark19
    Yah, used to be manned by a lady, now an Uncle...
    Their soup damn good!
    Yea yea yea!! And the portions are pretty good too! ~~~~ Thinking about it makes me hungry...

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    Originally posted by YSLee


    Yea yea yea!! And the portions are pretty good too! ~~~~ Thinking about it makes me hungry...
    Wah.....slurp.....growl.....
    Kitaro is drumming my stomach!

    Must go makan one of these days!

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    Alexandra Village...cannot beat the price and taste. The store is located near the Cathay Fruits Stall...

    One whole chicken only 16 bucks!!! One of the rare places to find a plate of chicken rice for only $2.30.

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    Hai Sing (or something like that) along East Coast Road. Near a Boon Tiong Kee and the church of the holy family.

    The Hai Sing (or its correct name) is crowded during weekend nights. Knew about it through a Zaobao article.

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    Hmm Big bird? at dhoby ghaut?

    I like the spice chilli and Lotus soup.


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    Originally posted by kylelam77


    Issit the one which is halal?

    Bingo!!!! but the owners of the stall are Chinese!!

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    i haven't tried it myself =p
    got this info. by word of mouth!

    anyone tried the chicken rice stall which's near to paya lebar mrt?
    thk it opens and closes late ?!

    in between the even and odd numbered lorong roads @ geylang?
    ughh my description is horrible
    but if ye been there you'd know what i'm talkin' about.

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    got food sure can count me in one...

    Magaret Drive Chicken Rice eat out.

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    Originally posted by Larry
    got food sure can count me in one...

    Magaret Drive Chicken Rice eat out.

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    margaret drive 2nd level one closed on Wednesday hor.
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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    The formal Margaret Drive chicken rice store is now at Mei Chin Road Blk 159 Food Centre. Present store at Margaret Drive 2nd Level is new owner but still very good.
    All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget.

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    Toa Payoh (iirc, Ave 1) - was told that some people even ta pow them back to HK.

    Serangoon Gardens Pow See.

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    Originally posted by Acieed
    Toa Payoh (iirc, Ave 1) - was told that some people even ta pow them back to HK.

    Serangoon Gardens Pow See.
    Are you refering to Nan2 Ji4 near the police station (Lor 5)?
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