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Arnold's Fried Chicken (City Plaza)

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HalalWestern

Popular with families for over 20 years, this restaurant promises to serve only fresh tender spring chickens (no frozen chicken parts here). It was the first Singapore fast-food joint to be certified halal in 1990.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm

+65 67462372
$9 based on 69 submissions
Lunch (21 votes), Children/Family (20 votes), Dinner (20 votes)
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Renny Lee
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Great fried chicken wings, trounces chic-a-boo and two wings. Fried chicken was juicy and flavorful..

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21 Nov 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Great Stuff

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Great fried chicken wings, trounces chic-a-boo and two wings. Fried chicken was juicy and flavorful..
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01 Sep 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

yummy!

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the chicken is so fresh ans well mareinated. so crowded though. we waitied for around 15 minutes before we got our turn, maybe got to be a little early to come next time.
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08 Dec 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Really Good!

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Went there with my group of friends for the first time. Even though it was full house, we managed to get our seats quite quickly. Ordered the for-5 set, which is really cheap and the chicken pieces were really huge! All for only $60! Great taste!

For full review :neondrew.blogspot.sg/2013/12/sassi-arnolds-fried-chicken.html

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03 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Excellent fried chicken, pretty good value

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Possibly the best fried chicken I have ever tried in Singapore.

The chicken pieces are juicy, tender and succulent, and are very tasty indeed; whatever method of cooking they use, it locks in all the juices and the essence of the chicken. Skin of the chicken is crispy while not being too oily.

The fries are also tasty and not overly oily, overall one of the better qualities of fries I've tried in restaurants in Singapore.

Food is quite value for money, with a whole spring chicken costing a little more than $10. Service and ambience are normal fast food restaurant style, nothing to crow about but acceptable.

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18 Jan 2013 • 0 review • 0 follower

super slowwww for fried chicken

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We came off peak. Placed order at 9.05pm on 18 Jan. Got drinks and fries after 5 mins. Chicken came after 30 mins!! I checked timing against receipt. Slowest fried chicken ever! By the time it came, fries were finished. Cold slaw done. Really really ridiculously slow for a fried chicken fast food place!!! Overall unpleasant experience. I can imagine if you come during peak dinner hours, u will wait FOREVER. Don't forget there is queuing BEFORE u order. 30 mins is the off peak time from the time u place order. No apology or explanation was offered. Chicken was not bad though. Not mind blowing. But passable.
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