Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice Delivery With Interesting Zhi Char Dishes

We had Boon Tong Kee chicken rice delivery ordered from the Oddle website. There was more than chicken and rice on the menu and so we added zhi char favourites – prawn rolls and pork ribs to our order.

Boon Tong Kee Delivery

Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice Delivery requires a $35 minimum purchase and there is a $5 delivery fee. We ordered half a Signature boiled chicken (美味白切雞) with two portions of chicken rice ($20.80), Imperial Pork Ribs (京都排骨王, $17.60) and Deep Fried Prawn Rolls (五香蝦棗, $16.80). GST and the $5 delivery charge would be added.

Boon Tong Kee Delivery

Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice Delivery

There are several Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice outlets in Singapore. Our order was directed to the Boon Tong Kee (Balestier Road) location. This outlet has a Michelin Plate distinction in the Singapore Michelin Guide, meaning that it is a food establishment that has “good cooking”.

Boon Tong Kee Delivery

The chicken rice delivery arrived on time and in good condition. The chicken and rice was generally flavourful with smooth silky chicken skin. We could not help comparing it with our recent experiences with the Mandarin Chatterbox chicken rice, which we think that is the best chicken rice delivery / takeaway in Singapore that we have tried. The intensity of flavours of the Chatterbox chicken rice is a notch above the others, in our view. A half chicken provided a lot of meat. This can be shared by four people.

Zhi Char Items

The other food items were as interesting as the chicken rice. The deep-fried prawn rolls were very good. They were deep fried to just the right degree to create a light golden crisp surface. The fillings were nice with different soft prawn and crunchy water chestnut contrasts. The pork ribs were of an above average zhi char standard but not as outstanding the prawn rolls.

Boon Tong Kee Delivery

Boon Tong Kee
399, 401, 403 Balestier Road, Singapore 329801

Oddle Delivery Website

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A good cook was like a good educator; his duty was solely to bring out the talent of the chicken and show it to best advantage, as a good teacher brings out the talent inherent in a young man. Granted that the original talent was there in the chicken, too much coaxing, stuffing, imposing, and spicing would merely distract from its simple beauty and virtue.
― Lin Yutang

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