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Ming Kee Chicken Rice & Porridge

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Located in Kim San Leng Food Centre on Bishan Street 13, Ming Kee Chicken Rice & Porridge serves Chinese Food.
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A normal plate of chicken rice.

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The soup and the various sauces partnered really well with the slightly bland rice and chicken.  The part of the chicken which were cooked was wonderfully tender and sliced thickly. The soup was quite flavourful and most memorable.             


Minus points:
The rice was slightly bland.
Part of the chicken I received was undercooked, with reddishness and blood stains. I did not eat this undercooked part.

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• 20 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A normal plate of chicken rice.

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Plus points:
The soup and the various sauces partnered really well with the slightly bland rice and chicken.  The part of the chicken which were cooked was wonderfully tender and sliced thickly. The soup was quite flavourful and most memorable.             


Minus points:
The rice was slightly bland.
Part of the chicken I received was undercooked, with reddishness and blood stains. I did not eat this undercooked part.
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• 24 Apr 2014 • 34 reviews • 0 follower

For the chicken, chilli and rice.....

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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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• 06 Dec 2013 • 71 reviews • 6 followers

Best Chicken Rice in Bishan

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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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