Hainanese chicken rice balls, a speciality in Malacca, isn’t commonly found in Singapore. Chicken rice restaurant Sing Swee Kee is one of the few eateries here serving the dish — it recently added the carby orbs to its menu in celebration of its new food court outlet at HDB Hub, Toa Payoh. But instead of just traditional chicken rice balls — there’s also a crunchy deep-fried version.
Both are available at the upcoming new stall opening October 25, and also at Sing Swee Kee’s HQ standalone restaurant on Seah Street.
Although the price of the chicken rice balls cost the same whether you’re dining at the HQ or Toa Payoh, prices for the brand’s traditional Hainanese poached or roasted chicken are slightly cheaper at the new food court outlet.
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