The Eating World food court in Chinatown must be laughing, it’s home to two of the most popular eateries in town, Gumshara Ramen and the increasingly popular, and delicious Singapore Shiok!
Just about all your favourites are here, Hai Nam chicken, Hai Nam roast chicken, laksa, char kway teo, nasi lemak, nasi goreng, mee goreng, my mouth is watering as I type this post.
Tonight, I go for the Hai Nam chicken but promise myself I will try something different next time, note to self: char kway teo or nasi goreng.
Back to the chicken, white, stark and lays on top of a bed of bean sprouts and light soy sauce. The simplicity works so well with the accompanying flavoursome rice and thick soy sauce. And the clear soup on the side isn’t some half-hearted slop, it’s complex and flavoursome.
Eating World Food Court, Harbour Plaza
25 Dixon St, Haymarket
0450 286 357
one of my favs in town 🙂
I'm gonna try other dishes there, it all looks so good.
This place is on my hit list – I'll get there one day. I have friends who have tried just about everything on the menu.
It's worth it,Miss Piggy they seem to have their stuff together, food is fast and tasty… you even get a buzzer to tell you when you're food is ready
my wife read the sign as Shioki… rather than Shiok! i burst out laughing when she asked me "what is shioki"….. haven't tried, but being part hainanese, i have very high standards when it comes to chicken rice… i blame my mother and grandfather….
Let me know how you go kewpie, interested on your thoughts, as for me, I'll be back. Very nice website too btw
I see no chicken bones which makes me happy 🙂 mm hai nam chicken ..
Is that all breast meat?
looks like a descent amount of chicken. I ask because ive walked past the place before and the portions looks to be on the small side..
Hey Vivan, Yep no bones… very clean taste too 🙂
Hi Anonymous, the size isn't overly generous but definately not small. Use the video for reference, you can see it in context.
The roast chicken version someone ordered before me look yum.
I love Hai Nam chicken, this one looks like it's perfectly poached.
It's really very good.. that food court is getting a couple of good eateries
Does the chicken come with bones? Chicken fillets seem "too prepared" as I still prefer gnawing my way through bone and all. 🙂
I'm afraid these don't come with bones.. which as lazy as I am, I admit I prefer them de-boned
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