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Xing Yun (Lucky) Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

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Located along Jurong East Ave 1, Xing Yun (Lucky) Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice serves Chicken Rice.
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VERY underrated Chicken Rice!!!!

This is a dish close to heart since I grew up basically on it. I think this is the best chicken rice I have ever had in my life. The Liver is done just nice without any nasty odours. The Ginger sauce is PERFECT! I read the review saying how Gordon Ramsay should have come here, and I TOTALLY agree! This is really the best chicken rice in sg!

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• 30 Jan 2015 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

VERY underrated Chicken Rice!!!!

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This is a dish close to heart since I grew up basically on it. I think this is the best chicken rice I have ever had in my life. The Liver is done just nice without any nasty odours. The Ginger sauce is PERFECT! I read the review saying how Gordon Ramsay should have come here, and I TOTALLY agree! This is really the best chicken rice in sg!
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• 17 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best Chicken Rice!

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Come on la. This chicken rice is better than the Gordon Ramsey Tian Tian Chicken Rice lor. Don't understand why Gordon never come here la...
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• 17 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good quality, good food, good service.

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The service by the vendors are very good. They greeted me with smiles before I ordered my food, and the amount of chicken and rice was generous! 
The chicken is fresh and tender, not oily, and tastes just right. The sauce that they're using makes the taste very very special. The chilli sauce is nice too, and the cucumber is very crispy (: 
Will definitely drop by again!
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