Nearest MRT is Braddell Exit A 繼續閱讀
6256 5348
Mr Hoo, the owner ,hand kneads the chicken rice balls on the spot daily only using chickens that are more than 2.5kg. 繼續閱讀
10:30 - 19:30
10:30 - 19:30
10:30 - 19:30
食評 (11)
“You need that chicken gras, that chicken flavour to glaze the rice. That is all about the cooking. Because they boil it literally for 30 minutes, and then leave it to cool down within 30 minutes as well. So it’s just absolutely right. You may snap the bone and see a little bit of blood in there, but it’s about the flavour." - Gordon RamsayWhen Gordon Ramsay arrived in Singapore last year, he was set three challenges, one of which was to learn how to cook and sell the iconic Hainanese chicken rice, then win the votes of the crowd deciding the winner. In a tiny kitchen of Maxwell food market, Ramsay caused a frenzy as he arrived and learnt from the tutelage of owner and chef of Tian Tian, an established chicken rice stall.He lost the challenge.Winning the crowd with his chilli crab, but losing in laksa and chicken rice - Ramsay was suitably awed as he worked with the three Singaporean chefs at their specialities; undoubtedly left Singapore with a new experience of cooking and a whole new outlook on the reinvention of cuisine.My review today is on Good Year Hainanese Chicken Rice, a stall in Toa Payoh. A humble store with small beginnings, it has a large fan base and a good reason for this, with television appearances and television personalities frequenting the stall.continued at http://i-got-it-from-my-mama.blogspot.sg/2014/01/good-year-hainanese-chicken-rice.html 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-06-17
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My ala carte set costs $4.80. One person portion of roast chicken, big bowl of peanut chicken feet soup (request auntie to give you big size one), one tau kwa and 2 chicken rice ball. Very delighted with how the beancurd was served, on a small plate and generous amount of gravy which is used for the char siew rice. The soup offered was also with peanuts and chicken feed. Chicken was good as usual, smooth and with no fatty parts. The rice ball to me is more of a fun thing since its produced in limited qty everyday, its actually quite hard. Likely i will go for the normal grain rice instead next time. Chilli was normal but the meat itself makes up for it. Drivers tips is to park at loading area and sit where you can see your car . By the way, this place is pretty near braddel mrt station. 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-05-31
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Chicken rice balls are more commonly found in Melaka. This is a very popular stall in Toa Payoh is one of the few places that you can still where you can still find chicken rice balls in Singapore. Apparently, I have been told that serving the rice in such a compact form helps to retain the flavors. Unlike the 'ping pong' size ones you find in Melaka, the ones here are like erm.. 'tennis ball' size. Usually, 2 chicken rice balls are sufficient for me to fill my tummy. If you prefer the regular chicken rice, they serve it here too. Other the fragrant and flavorful rice, I love the chicken feet peanut soup that compliments the meal. Especially on weekends, do expect rather long lunch time queue at this place. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-05-27
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A friend recommended this stall. I went to try for lunch. I queued for very long to order. The roasted chicken is fat and juicy. Rice is fragrant and nice. The rice balls are not bad too. A bit sticky but quite big in size. Two balls are just nice. The chilli is a bit sweet and i do not really like. Something different but i think not worth queuing as it is just average taste. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-04-30
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The FoodLocated in a coffee shop near braddel MRT station, this stall serves delicious chicken rice that is specially hand moulded into tasty rice balls. Compared to the usual chicken rice that is more robust, the unique rice ball is soft and mushy, retaining the authentic flavour of chicken stock and the lovely fragrance of pandan leaves. The steamed white chicken is fresh, tender and tasty and served in a generous portion.The PriceA set meal for one person, which comes with two rice balls and a plate of chicken, costs only $3.50.OverallThis is the one and only chicken rice ball in Singapore. If you have not tasted chicken rice balls before, come down and try it for yourself ! 繼續閱讀
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