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Telephone
6544 1167
Introduction
Hot Star Large Fried Chicken is the original creator of the largest fried chicken. It has more than 40 outlets all over Taiwan. They employ a unique method of handling the chicken and use Chinese herbs to marinate the chicken. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.hotstar.com.sg
Review (11)
Level4 2014-03-30
132 views
This is my favorite snack shop whenever I feel like grabbing some simple finger foods whenever I feel like snacking.  This stall is clean and neat, and service here is also quite friendly and prompt in taking orders.I have ordered their fried chicken wings which cost $2.90 for 2 pieces.  The chicken wings are only deep fried upon order so you will be sure to be served with really fresh and hot chicken wings which are juicy and tender.  Moreover the outer layer is very crispy and not too oily as well.  Without dipping any sauce, it tastes great!As for the fries, they are cut straight from the potato so is really firm in texture and flavourful.  It is not too salty and slight crunchiness can be obtained when you munch it.   Yummy snacks! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
64 views
I love the hao da da ji pa ever since i tried in it taiwan. In singapore it is slightly more expensive.I ordered a set meal which consists of iced tea, fries ( but i requested to change to sweet potato with an additional charges of 30cents) and the original flavor of hao da da ji pa. I paid $7.30 and i find it rather expensive for the portion.The ji pa is really huge and nice. the chilli powder makes it taste even better. the skin is very crispy and meat is tender. however upon finishing there is alot of bones at the bottom which makes it difficult to eat. Also they do not provide cutting service. The portion of the sweet potato is really little . Taste wise it is good though. iced tea is average. In future i might just buy the ji pa as ale carte as its not really worth while to pay more for that little amount of sweet potato. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-16
34 views
There are a few other fried chicken cutlet shops around Singapore, such as Hot-Star. The chicken cutlets costs around $4.50, which is the same price as Shilin's XXL Chicken at certain outlets. One of the most noticeable difference is that the chicken is not cut up like at Shilin's. The other thing is that there is some bone in the chicken meat as well.At least there are 7 different flavours for you to choose from! I had the Lemon BBQ flavour which is actually the original Hot-Star fried chicken with sauce and sesame seeds. The BBQ smell is quite strong. The chicken is crispy and crunchy.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-14
29 views
Hot Star is another popular Taiwanese fried chicken stall, similar to Shilin. My favourite flavour is sour plum and I will always choose that on my chicken, fries etc. This time, I decided to go for the garlic flavour and it is not bad! The fried chicken here is priced higher than Shilin but it is justifiable as Hot Star's fried chicken is larger in size! It is fried on the spot and always piping hot when I get it. I advise you to let it cool down for awhile before savouring it as I almost burnt my tongue the first time! I also like their sweet potato fries with sour plum powder continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-23
22 views
This food stall sell my favourite chicken curry cutlet. At the price of $4.50 per big piece, is consider cheap and very filling. The stall is small and clean. Staffs here are friendly. The chicken meat is very juicy and tender. This big piece meat is super chewy and full of the curry powder fragrant. This meat also may likely have chicken bone in between the meat, so do be careful when you munch it. continue reading
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