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Ming Kee Chicken Rice & Porridge

Chinese

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7 votes

$5 based on 8 reviews
Located in Kim San Leng Food Centre on Bishan Street 13, Ming Kee Chicken Rice & Porridge serves Chinese Food. See what foodies like this place for
Brenda Tay • 24 Apr 201424 reviews 0 followers

Isn't that all we're looking for in our chicken rice? Look no further.. Check out my blog for a detailed write up: http://colourfulpalates.blogspot.sg/2014/04/the-chilledcken-rice.html

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Brenda Tay • 24 Apr 201424 reviews 0 followers

Isn't that all we're looking for in our chicken rice? Look no further.. Check out my blog for a detailed write up: http://colourfulpalates.blogspot.sg/2014/04/the-chilledcken-rice.html

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Seth Lui • 06 Dec 201371 reviews 4 followers

Full food review and photos here:

http://sethlui.com/ming-kee-chicken-rice-singapore-food-review/

Excellent chicken rice with gelatine like skin on the chicken (from soaking in ice bath). Only $3.50 for one plate, absolutely worth it. Queue during lunch/dinner can be 30 mins or more, so try and come during off-peak if you want to eat this.
Chilli is intentionally more clear, watery, and sweet without ginger to compliment the icy chicken for a sweet fragrance. However not everyone likes it., and some prefer the traditional style.

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Li Tian • 10 Nov 2013171 reviews 8 followers

After Tian Tian Chicken Rice, I think this must be the stall which will actually require people to queue for more than 30min. We queued for exactly 40min slightly before 5pm on a Sunday afternoon. Why the long queue? Well, this appeared in "Where the Queue Starts" and the price is really cheap.
 
 We ordered half a chicken ($12), chicken feet ($3), bean sprouts aka taugeh($3). Each plate of rice costs 50cent...............
 
 But, the problem for...

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