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Tong Fong Fatt Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

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Thu - Tue: 10:00 - 21:00

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Love the thicker gravy slathered over fresh chicken

Read other reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/03/abc-brickworks-food-centre.html

The chicken rice here isn't the best, but the chicken is fresh, tasty and succulent. And, they douse the chicken in a luscious thick-ish gravy, rather than the usual watery soy-sesame oil emulsion offered at most other chicken rice stalls.

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• 20 Mar 2014 • 578 reviews • 20 followers

Love the thicker gravy slathered over fresh chicken

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Read other reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/03/abc-brickworks-food-centre.html

The chicken rice here isn't the best, but the chicken is fresh, tasty and succulent. And, they douse the chicken in a luscious thick-ish gravy, rather than the usual watery soy-sesame oil emulsion offered at most other chicken rice stalls.
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• 30 May 2013 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointed with this outlet

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I had tried Dong Feng Fa chicken rice before so I knew their standard but this outlet at ABC market was so terrible that I was surprised.   The rice was not fragrant more towards like white rice.   The steam drumstick was plain and quite tasteless.   The chili was quite watery.
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• 27 Dec 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Authentic Hainese Chicken Rice

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Authentic + Frangrance Rice + Chewy Boneless Chicken + MSG Free Soup + Affordable Price = Best Singapore Hainese Boneless Chicken Rice

It cost only $2.50 for a plate of boneless chicken rice and soup. Their soup are brew using the chicken bones and it's MSG free. It free if you want to choose chicken breast. The gravy which they pour over the chicken is one of the best. It's not too salty and it smells frangrance unlike some which are oily and salty. What I loves most is their rice which is just nice, not too dry or wet & have a nice frangrance of garlic and sesame oil. Try if you haven't done so.
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