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KFC (Jurong Point)

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This fast food restaurant has been a household name in Singapore since the 1970's, when it opened its first restaurant in Somerset Road. It is famous for its finger lickin' fried chicken as well as whipped potato and coleslaw. Responding to rising health consciousness among consumers, KFC has introduced salads to its menu.

Daily: 07:30 - 23:00

+65 67935501
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• 20 Jan 2011 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

Not fast

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It have a spacious space, which is able to accommodate a large amount of consumers. This explain for the long qeuees during dinner rush hour over at the counter. If you are lucky, you get to be served after 15min, else probably 30min. Unless you have a craving for KFC, else you should get your dinner else where.
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• 10 Apr 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Laksas by Laksania at Geylang Serai

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To many laksania sounds very italian but on the contrary, it is truly asian and it serve laksas from different parts of Asia, namely Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar. Being a laksa fanatic, i tried all and i was pleasantly surprised by the standard, the taste is authentic and price fairly reasonable. I have so addicted that i patronise the stall at least twice a week since its opening in Jan 10. The latest that Laksania offers is the penang laksa. As a regular, i was invited to the food tasting. Again, to my surprise, it was awesome! and i can't wait for it to be introduced. For people who have not tried myanmar laksa before, I recommend that you give it a try, it is definitely your trip there.
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• 10 Apr 2010 • 470 reviews • 1 follower

child seat here please

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this is a family more and definitely many kids is here, so they kind a lack of child seat here. the staff seems overwhelm during weekend afternoon. the queue in the cashier counter is still long and guess keep on coming. some have to wait for a while to get seats, really crowded moment here. all for that yummy fried chicken, advice: come on weekdays or take away so you can enjoy it at home with more space, btw check whether they get your order right, i got mine wrong once.
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