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Located in the coffee shop opposite the bus depot is this humble chicken rice shop. Infamous for dunking the chicken into ice cold water before serving is Ming Kee.Apparently the secret to succulent, soft, smooth and tender hainanese chicken is dropping them into ice cold water! Interesting, isn't it? Some might find it strange to be eating cold chicken, as the chinese food norm is to eat food steaming hot.  You have to try this chicken rice stall at Bishan. The queue can snake through the entir
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Located in the coffee shop opposite the bus depot is this humble chicken rice shop. Infamous for dunking the chicken into ice cold water before serving is Ming Kee.
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Apparently the secret to succulent, soft, smooth and tender hainanese chicken is dropping them into ice cold water! Interesting, isn't it? Some might find it strange to be eating cold chicken, as the chinese food norm is to eat food steaming hot.  
Chicken and rice
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You have to try this chicken rice stall at Bishan. The queue can snake through the entire coffee shop leading towards the main road, my suggestion. Hit the shop before 12pm! The chicken rice rice itself is also very fragrant and flavourful. I enjoy dripping some dary soya sauce onto the rice to give it a tad of sweetness. The soup is also very tasty and you can taste all the wonderful ingredients that were at the bottom of this soup that boiled probably longer than the time it took you to get to this chicken rice stall.
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Chicken
Chicken and rice
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