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Located at the Kopitiam outside the National Youth Council, Mang Kiko's really only has 2 things on the menu--belly pork, and chicken, both roasted over a charcoal flame. Yesterday a friend and I went, lured by the promise of roast pork. So we pigged out and split an order of roast pork and half a chicken.It's really good value--$6 gets you either 1/4 chicken or a portion of roast pork, and complimentary tangy soup. Our orders was $12 for the pork and $10 for a half-chicken. There are also 4 kin
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Located at the Kopitiam outside the National Youth Council, Mang Kiko's really only has 2 things on the menu--belly pork, and chicken, both roasted over a charcoal flame. Yesterday a friend and I went, lured by the promise of roast pork. So we pigged out and split an order of roast pork and half a chicken.

It's really good value--$6 gets you either 1/4 chicken or a portion of roast pork, and complimentary tangy soup. Our orders was $12 for the pork and $10 for a half-chicken. There are also 4 kinds of dipping sauce (some variation of chilli-and vinegar or soy, mostly) to experiment with. The pork was chopped small, like siew yoke. There was a nice charred taste from the charcoal flame, and the fat was creamy, but unfortunately the all-important crackling (skin) was hard rather than crispy. So the search for good lechon continues. The real winner was the chicken--just lightly smoky, the meat juicy and tender all the way through. No wonder there was a queue throughout the time that we were there! I'll definitely be back.
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