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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Singapore Chicken Rice

Note: This restaurant is already closed. 




Cubao used to be one of our college hangouts. But during that time, food trip just means Burger King, KFC, McDonald's, Jollibee, or if we get lucky, Gonuts Donuts and/or Starbucks. Yes, we weren't that adventurous then.

It was just timely to try one of the popular foodies places in Cubao, Singapore Chicken Rice.

Singapore Chicken Rice was established by Singaporeans who want to share authentic yet inexpensive  Singaporean dishes to Manila. All of their ingredients are sourced from Singapore.




The place is a simple fast food restaurant located at the back of Shopwise Cubao. Our little complaint about this place is the temperature. The staff was kind enough to explain that one air conditioning unit was working that time. 


My friend and I ordered Hainanese Chicken Rice (Php 110).



Hainanese Chicken Rice


Hainanese Chicken Rice is served with rice, soup and vegetables on the side. Like in other Singaporean restos, the chicken was served cold and warm rice. I found the Hainanese Chicken really good, and better with the pounded ginger and chili sauce.

We also had Satay (Php 110), which has 2 pieces of chicken and 2 pieces of pork.

Satay

Satay is the Singaporean version of grilled meat with peanut sauce. The satay was a little too sweet, yet really flavorful.

I was supposed to try the Chocolate Dinosaur and Dino Monkey, but it wasn't available that time. :(

Singapore Chicken Rice is a nice treat if you want to try Singaporean dishes at affordable prices. I really appreciated the friendliness of the crew (since my friend and I took a while before ordering, they probably  thought we were weird).

I'll probably go back to try the Laksa, Char Kuay Tiao and hopefully, the Chocolate Dinosaur. :)

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Singapore Chicken Rice
Unit 501 Shopwise Arcade,
Araneta Business Center,
General Roxas Avenue corner Times Square
Cubao, Quezon City
Contact No.4403888
http://www.originalsingaporechickenrice.com/

21 comments:

  1. wow yummy! I wanna try it but ang layo.

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    1. I hope you'll try it when you visit Cubao. :)

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  2. the Hainanese Chicken Rice had my appetite saying like "try that one honey!" hehe :)

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    1. I hope there's a Singaporean resto in your place so you can try Hainanese Chicken. :)

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  3. Im always curious about this resto. I wonder if its as delish as the one in singapore. it actually looks different though i think i should try :)
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  4. I've tried hainanese chicken but I always thought it was a chinese dish...oh well, most singaporeans are chinese right? Or maybe not. Anyhoo, this is the first time I've seen or heard about singapore chicken rice fast food...I would love to try it. Those satay bbqs looks geewwddd.... :)

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    1. Hainanese Chicken has Chinese origins. :) Singaporean cuisine has Malay, Chinese and Thai influences. :) I hope you'll try this place soon. :)

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  5. I like sweet Satay. As for the Hainanese, it's my favorite esp. whenever I go to HongKong. It may look pale but definitely tasty! :)

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    1. Yes, it may look pale but it's flavorful! ;)

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  6. So cool that singaporean/malaysian dishes are within our reach...

    Wala pa din tatalo sa authentic...

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  7. sa cubao to? wow. pupuntahan ko yan :)

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  8. mag wa-wow na lang ako. ang layo kaya ng cubao sa dumaguete. haha. but the food are all so yummy :))

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    1. I do hope there's a Singaporean resto there in Dumaguete. :)

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  9. I haven't tried this yet, but I hope I get to soon. Btw, Chocolate Dinosaur = iced Milo. I tried it when I was in Singapore 'cause I was curious, but turns out, Milo lang pala with more undissolved Milo powder on top.

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  10. Malakas ang kutob ko, kapitbahay lang kita haha

    :))

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  11. Nakakain na kami dyan ni Mia. Masarap yung laksa... especially when eaten with sweet buttered toast. I also tried their adobo with rice, okay din. And their Chocolate Dinosaur is, yeah, MILO!

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    1. Yeah, Ate Mia mentioned it nga. Haven't tried the Laksa, so I'm going back! :D

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