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Sin Swee Kee Chicken Rice Restaurant

Asian, Chinese, Hainanese

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12 votes

63377180

Daily: 11:00 - 20:30

$7 based on 11 reviews
Located at Seah Street, Sin Swee Kee Chicken Rice Restaurant serves Chinese Food. See what foodies like this place for
Rolling • 24 Jun 2012151 reviews 1 followers

Please drop by http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2012/06/sin-swee-kee-restaurant.html for photos!
 
We dropped by Sin Swee Kee one day to try its famous chicken rice. That was after a round of contemplating whether to enter the slightly more crowded Swee Kee a few stores down.
 
For $6.50, we got a plate of rice, xiao bai cai, roasted chicken and home made barley. I didn't see what's so fantastic about this stall. The chicken rice was normal (not dry), the vegetables were mixed...

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Rolling • 24 Jun 2012151 reviews 1 followers

Please drop by http://rollingwrites.blogspot.sg/2012/06/sin-swee-kee-restaurant.html for photos!
 
We dropped by Sin Swee Kee one day to try its famous chicken rice. That was after a round of contemplating whether to enter the slightly more crowded Swee Kee a few stores down.
 
For $6.50, we got a plate of rice, xiao bai cai, roasted chicken and home made barley. I didn't see what's so fantastic about this stall. The chicken rice was normal (not dry), the vegetables were mixed...

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davidko • 23 Jan 201136 reviews 5 followers

I was drawn by the signboard, Swee Kee, one may have thought that it's somewhat related to the Bukit Merah original Swee Kee chicken rice, but soon realised that the establishment since 2001, is not related to the original.
 
The serving is however reasonable, the rice lacked the aroma but is moist and could still satisfy the average patron. The chicken is average as much as I would like it to have been more tasty to exhibit some level...

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maidastouch • 16 Jul 20103 reviews 0 followers

A few days ago, a friend hosted a first time visitor to Singapore to Sin Swee Kee. We ordered a whole chicken, a side dish of Thai Tofu, bean sprouts, garlic kailan, eight cups of rice, and five glasses of lime juice for five very hungry adults. The Roast chicken was very wet and saucy. When the server was asked about the different types of Tofu, all she could say was “$4, $4” and no explanation. Since we came unprepared...

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