Review of Kiat Huat Hainanese Chicken Rice 吉发海南鸡饭

Highly recommended by easydiy365.com

Block 531A, Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Food Centre, #02-06

Nearest Mass Rapid Transit Station: Chinatown MRT

Buses to Hong Lim Food Centre: 2, 12, 33, 51, 54, 61, 63, 124, 143, 147, 174, 190

Opening Hours: 09:00 to 20:00 (Daily)

Queue: 1 to 3 people (Waiting Time: Less than 5 minutes)

Service: Fast and good

Environment: Clean but crowded hawker centre

Reputation: Traditional Singapore Chicken Rice and Roasted Delicacies

Thoughts after eating: Cheap and shiok

Value for money: 90/100

Will I come back again in 6 months’ time? Yes

My opinion:

Kiat Huat means “auspicious and prosperity” in Chinese. This stall sells traditional Singapore chicken rice and roasted delicacies. I have tried their $3.00 white cut chicken rice for lunch. There were 12 pieces of chicken meat, 1 bowl of soup and moderate amount of rice in my food portion.

Chicken breast meat was healthy, lean, moist, plentiful, soft, tender and came with silky smooth skin (major plus points). Soup was addictive, rich, tasty and had yellow corn as ingredients. Rice was well cooked and had chicken fragrance. Garlic chili was hot and spicy to add a few last minute bonus points to the food’s flavor.

In conclusion, the food here was cheap, delicious and shiok. The owners are strongly applauded for their dedication, skill and service to local residents. I will also revisit this stall regularly to check for consistency. If you are a chicken rice fan, Kiat Huat is highly recommended by my website.

Ways for the owners to improve their food ratings

They just need to keep up the good work and earn more fans in the process.

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Kiat Huat Hainanese Chicken Rice ($3.00 SGD White Cut Chicken Rice)

Kiat Huat Hainanese Chicken Rice ($3.00 SGD White Cut Chicken Rice)

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