Singapore: Chin Chin Eating House

Quick Fire Review

Food: Known for their spectacular chicken rice, Chin Chin Eating House was still buzzing when we came for dinner in the late evening, after a long shopping expenditure. They also offer a huge range of other dishes that includes various meats such as pork, beef, squid and fish, as well as vegetables.

Must Try: Steamed chicken and their fragrant rice which is mixed with oily chicken goodness. The garlic stir fry young bean shoots is also very good!

Environment and Service: It’s loud, it’s busy and you sit on plastic chairs. If you’re looking for ambience, then this may not be for you. But it is cooler (in terms of temperature) than most hawker centres and it has a nice local vibe. Service is quick but not very friendly.

Price: It’s a cheap meal at about $15 per person for dinner. We ordered a total of six dishes with rice and non-alcoholic beverages.

Chin Chin Eating House | 19 Purvis Street, Bugis


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