Blog Posts - Hainanese Chicken Rice



Mencicipi Lezatnya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice di Maxwell Food Centre

Tidak henti-hentinya wisatawan mancanegara dimanjakan dengan sajian kuliner di negeri singa ini. Singapore yang terkenal memiliki sirkuit tempat dimana perhelatan balapan formula 1 ternyata memiliki banyak makanan khas, salah satunya adalah Tian Tian...
by Wisata Singapura on Aug 1, 2015

1933 - A Memoir of the Past

The Capitol Theatre holds multiple fond memories for our senior generations & had became one of the iconic venue for couples back in the hay days to spend their romantic dates at.After the recent massive overhaul to revamp this heritage site, jus...
by Fashrealm on Jun 23, 2015

So where is the best chicken rice in Singapore?

This article was first published in The Malay Mail. Click HERE to read it. The poached chicken served at Boon Tong Kee appears to be fatter, more succulent and presentable, but yet lacking in flavour compared to the other two Do you recall — I am s...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Jan 23, 2015

The Best Hainanese Chicken Rice in Singapore?

Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice @ Maxwell Food Centre, Chinatown, Singapore – Voted as one of the best chicken rice on the island, with endorsements by local media and food critics, and even positive remarks from celebrity chef, Anthony Bour...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Jul 30, 2014

F.A.Qs: Geri Tan of Spring Tomorrow

Geri Tan is the creator of Spring Tomorrow, a food blog that I visit whenever I want to experience all the excitement and anticipation of taking a food excursion abroad from the comfort of my own home. Continue reading →...

Grainivore: A Tiny Singaporean Join in Koreatown

The name Grainivore certainly doesn't sound like a Singaporean restaurant and who knows why they decided to open up in Koreatown, but there it was. Grainivore is a tiny joint (there is extra seating in a back room, which is connected by an alleyw...
by Gourmet Pigs on Feb 15, 2014

D.I.Y. Singapore trip: First Day High! ◠◡◠

 Nǐhǎo Ma! ^◡^ We just got home from our 4-day trip to Singapura and we still have the "Singapore Fever"! hahaha! It's our first time to travel abroad. We chose Singapore to be our destination and we couldn't be any happier wit...
by fashionmoto on Oct 12, 2013

Mini Food Cart Crawl: Nong's Khao Man Gai and The People's Pig (Portland, OR)

On my second trip to Portland, a food cart visit was a must, and why not try what is perhaps the most famous of them all: Hainanese chicken and rice at Nong's Khao Man Gai ($6.75)The order I shared with e*starLA was breast meat. It was tender, bu...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jan 31, 2013

Wee Nam Kee in Serendra

I ate at Wee Nam Kee Serendra twice in a span of a couple of weeks. First with Irene and Lauren then with Rowena and her family. It's pretty full on Sundays so we had to wait a while both times. Lauren is quite a fan of Haiannese Chicken Rice so...
by Tales From The Tummy on Nov 14, 2012

Wee Nam Kee in Serendra

I ate at Wee Nam Kee Serendra twice in a span of a couple of weeks. First with Irene and Lauren then with Rowena and her family. It's pretty full on Sundays so we had to wait a while both times. Lauren is quite a fan of Haiannese Chicken Rice so...
by Tales From The Tummy on Nov 14, 2012

Wee Nam Kee in Serendra

On one of our occasional dinner dates, EJ and I went to Serendra. We were looking for a place where we could eat good food which wasn't too expensive. You know, with the upcoming baby and all, we couldn't afford to splurge. We saw that there was a We...
by Manila Reviews on Oct 25, 2012

Psst … Have You Heard of Gossip Jazz @ Greentown, Ipoh?

Gossip Jazz’s “The Best Sang Har Mein” (RM25/USD8) (no, it’s really named as such) comprises of deep fried wantan noodles (egg noodles) and two large freshwater prawns. Have you heard of this new place named Gossip Jazz in Gre...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Oct 24, 2012

Anniversary Giveaway #5 - P2000 Wee Nam Kee GCs

Hainanese Chicken Rice is arguably the most popular food in Singapore, served in all sorts of places from hawker centers to restaurants and even in hotels. One of the best is from Wee Nam Kee, I've eaten there once before and I can say it was del...
by Tales From The Tummy on Aug 21, 2012

#photoadayApril Day 6: Lunch

I didn't take an actual photo of my lunch today. I didn't want my dad and grandma to look at me with their silly grins that say "what the heck is she doing". So I decided to post this picture of my lunch during my birthday last year.   Hainane...
by Simply Average on Apr 23, 2012

Singapore Takeout / Iggy’s Pop Up Dinner, Sydney

I’ve visited the lovely island country of Singapore at least a half dozen times over the years and have always considered it to be a foodie’s paradise. After all, Singapore boasts a wonderful mix of Singaporean, Malaysian, Chinese and In...
by The Hungry Australian on Mar 21, 2012


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