My makankaki, Uncle Bob, has managed to track down Sergeant Kiang - the 73 years old master who was one of the pioneering batch of chefs that started the legendary Chatter Box chicken rice at Mandarin Hotel four decades ago. He has recently opened a chicken rice stall called Jiang Ji, which is located inside Hong Xiang Eating House at 745 Havelock Road (open from 11am to 8pm and closed on alternate Sunday).
I went with two colleagues to try his chicken rice today. It was very good. The chicken was tender (even the breast meat) and not too oily. The rice and chilli were nice too. It was reasonably priced at $11.50 for 3 pax.
If you are around the area, do give it a try to support the 73 years old uncle.
You can read Seetoh's review of Jiang Ji below:
Here are some pics that I took today: