Reviews

Chin Chin Eating House
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4.1 out of 5 stars

Devy Pribadi
Devy Pribadi

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Had Steamed Chicken for 2 persons, Hainanese Pork Chop (S), and Mixed Vegetables Soup (S). Food was good. The Chicken was succulent and tasty, Pork chop was tender and nice, Soup was just normal, and the rice was okay. Service was fast, and price is okay. Will come back again to try other dishes.

Oanh Nguyen
Oanh Nguyen

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Wow! Really good yummy chicken rice. There were not a lot of tourists, just us :). We were brought here by a local friend, who eats here every week and claims that this is the best chicken rice. I was amazed at how good the rice was without any extra sauce. You could taste so much flavor.

The chicken was AMAZING! I typically skip white meat but somehow they made white meat MOIST and flavorful. The fried pork cutlet was a miss for me. But my friend loved it so.... haha. We loved the authentic atmosphere. And knowing how long this place has been around serving the same dish, it was awesome!

Highly recommended!

Ken Loy
Ken Loy

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Not the usual chicken rice place.
Used to be a household name in Singapore but I must say that this is just a chicken rice shop - maybe targeting tourists or foreigners who would not be searching for the best shop.

Nothing special - food wise.
But the service is very good.

My Chicken Rice checklist -
1. Rice must be fragrant and piping hot. Cannot be dry.
2. Soup must be flavorful, comes with vegetables and served hot
3. Chili must be fresh and super special
4. Ginger with sprinkling of green spring onions imbibed with chicken stock should be standard.
5. Chicken - whether soy-sauced, roasted or steamed - tender and soft... skin-on but can be removed easily.
6. Condiments - cucumber and others must be provided in generous proportion.
7. Need not be forced to buy other items.

Ruth Go
Ruth Go

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

A piece of that local experience in the heart of the city. The cafeteria is very old school, serving some legit hainanese pork and steamed chicken. Loved both dishes, although the pork is a tad bit dry. It can get very busy during peak hours, so be prepared to queue. But the good thing is, uncle and auntie will help you get seated once a table frees up.

k c123
k c123

4 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Upon friend’s recommendation, we tried out this chicken rice place.

The ambiance is basically a local coffee shop style place with no frills (aircon’ed inside). We did not have difficulty getting a table, perhaps it was a weekday evening.

The chicken is nicely made, in the traditional chicken rice style. They only serve kampong chicken now so it is more pricey. It also tasted a bit tougher than the cage reared birds. The pork chop and french beans were also well cooked. Overall it was an enjoyable meal …

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