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Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (Ang Mo Kio)

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AmericanCajun/CreoleWestern
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen serves affordable and delicious fried chicken and other side dishes such as Cajun fries, mashed potatoes with Cajun-style gravy, and Cajun rice.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:30

+65 64566522
$8 based on 17 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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The food there is nice and especially the tender chicken. The tender chicken has no bones and it is easier for young children to eat and I find it delicious too. The chicken there is also very delicious as it is not too oily and it is very crispy. The mashed potato come in some meat chunch that is quite full.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • fried chicken!2 votes
  • crispy prawns1 vote
  • fries1 vote
  • mash potato1 vote
  • tender chicken1 vote
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• 06 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The food there is nice and especially the tender chicken. The tender chicken has no bones and it is easier for young children to eat and I find it delicious too. The chicken there is also very delicious as it is not too oily and it is very crispy. The mashed potato come in some meat chunch that is quite full.
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• 23 Apr 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

horrible service

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Was craving for some fried chicken, so i decided to have some popeyes at 9:30pm last night. I was standing in queue for a good 20mins before it was my turn. There were only 3 in front of me. Effectively only the cashiers were working. The other staff were just standing around talking to each other. The manager didn't even urge or hurry the staff. He too was talking to the kitchen staff. When it finally got to my turn, the chicken was dry and puny. Totally disappointed.
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• 07 Jul 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Don't bother with the delivery service

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I have said this at other places before - the delivery service is terrible. Their staff let me wait on the line for 10 mins before they told us that our address is not on their delivery list. I am 10mins away from Bishan, adjacent to Thomson Road and 1 park away from AMK Ave 1.

The lack of flexibility is ridiculous. Their food - have not tried, could not try it this time round, and will not bother trying ever.

Whats worst is that their FB replies to similiar comments are of the diplomatic and useless sort - i.e Thanks for your feedback and sorry for your bad experience.

Facebook is not just there for you to put out advertisements on your food, and meanwhile ignore all your actual current customers' feedback. If that is the case then you're wasting precious resource on maintaining the page because no customer loyalty is going to come out of it.

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