When it comes to Singaporean cuisine, few dishes are as iconic as Hainanese Chicken Rice. This delectable dish, with its succulent chicken and fragrant rice, has found its way into the hearts and stomachs of locals and tourists alike. But did you know that nestled on the second floor of Lucky Plaza, there's a hidden gem waiting to be discovered? Lucky Chicken Rice, a humble eatery, serves up this classic dish.
The hor fun was really smooth and slippery, and came with a really mushroomy savoury sauce and fragrant fried shallots. I could polish off just the hor fun itself. The chicken was decent – slightly tough and requiring the chilli to lift its flavours.
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
If you want to get your Filipino taste buds going great guns, get to Orchard Road, 4th Floor of Lucky Plaza and the unassuming Inasal.
Ordered some of the stuff we liked like their sambal goreng.
After reading so many positive reviews online, I was slightly disappointed by my experience at Lucky Chicken Rice.
Eggs looked a little underdone but was salvaged by a surprisingly fragrant dark soy sauce. Coffee was flat and unremarkable.
Gotta come back another time to see what else is good.
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