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2016-09-08 700 views
Chef-owner Chan Hon Meng, recently received a 1 Star Michelin Award for his soya sauce chicken stall at Chinatown. A stall which I frequently patronized, was now bustling with even more crowd. Chef-owner Chan named his stall "Hongkong" because he learned the cooking ropes previously from a restaurant's Hongkong chef.Borned in Ipoh, Malaysia, Chef-owner Chan was already in the F & B industry for 35 years. He worked 17 hours a day at his soya sauce chicken stall, 6 days a week. He prepared 180 soy
Few days ago, my friends and I braved the queue just to get our hands on his food. We started queuing at 10.15am, there was already a long line infront of us but stall only operate after 10.30am! *woww* A lady stall assistant came over to take orders first in order to ease the crowd. We finally got our food around 12noon, fed our camera and tucked in!!
 Soya Sauce Chicken $14.00 (whole) $7.00 (half)
 Roast Meat Platter $10.00 (Char Siew, Ribs and Roasted Pork Belly)
 Oyster Sauce Vegetable $3.00 (small) $4.00 (big)
 Bean Sprouts $2.00 (small) $3.00 (big)
 Plain "kosong" Thin Yellow noodles/ Rice noodles $1.00 per plate
 Plain Rice $0.50 per plate
If you come on your own, you could simply order their 1 person individual portion. The price will eventually blow you off with the generous portion they give.
 Soya Sauce Chicken with Rice; At only $2.00 per plate
Blk 335 Smith Street
Chinatown Food Complex
Thurs to Tues 10.30am - 7pm or till sold out
(Closed on Wed)