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went to foodfare for dinner at quite a late hour. I wanted to try this stall's shredded chicken with mushroom noodles but sadly, they don't have anymore mushrooms ):I felt that the aunty was quite pushy! She will probably be a good saleslady. Promoted her chicken rice at first but i said i don't want rice, then she told me to try their roasted chicken noodles instead, and after a moment of pondering with some of her persuasive words, i succumbed. I asked my more veggies and since they were proba
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went to foodfare for dinner at quite a late hour.
I wanted to try this stall's shredded chicken with mushroom noodles but sadly, they don't have anymore mushrooms ):
I felt that the aunty was quite pushy! She will probably be a good saleslady. Promoted her chicken rice at first but i said i don't want rice, then she told me to try their roasted chicken noodles instead, and after a moment of pondering with some of her persuasive words, i succumbed.
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I asked my more veggies and since they were probably closing soon, she gave me.. 2-3 strands more.. LOL.
I thought the yellow noodles were OK. It felt like she just barely cooked it, as if the moment it was cooked, she took it out.
Chicken was nice. Left a nice taste in my mouth (: Skin was ok, not on the crispy side and had a layer of fats on it. The gravy was a tad sweet but if you mix it up with the yellow noodles, i don't think it'll be that obvious. I didn't try the chilli as i didn't feel like taking spicy stuff during dinnertime (will try it the next time if i can get my shredded chicken with mushroom noodles!)
The noodles also came with a bowl of soup, which i thought was quite redundant as it tasted like MSG soup.

In conclusion, it is quite an OK dish and will be able to satisfy your craving if you feel like eating roasted chicken!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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