Sunday, December 02, 2007

Low Key Thoroughly Good HAINANESE CHICKEN RICE...

Whistle Stop,
the first 24/7 restaurant in Makati,

offered excellent food and PX goods
all day and all night,

and it was where most MetroManila folk
had their first taste of Hainanese Chicken Rice.

But no matter how good their chicken rice was,
they never had chickens sooo plump,
they look like animated characters from Walt Disney:

I learned that in Singapore,
it would be redundant to say "Hainanese" when ordering;

just say "Chicken Rice", and you're good to go!

definitely is one of the best chicken rice joints to go to:


from its humble beginnings,

to its continued patronage by the locals,
always a good sign for any restaurant.

The Loy Kee branch we visited
was on Balestier Road,

off the usual tourist track,
with a very old-school Ma Mon Luk ambience,

ancient fans slowly oscillating overhead,
a giant wall clock from the 1960s ticking away,
and dozens of couples and families enjoying
their favorite comfort food,

which made it an even better place
to have an authentic, delicious Chicken Rice meal!


Blogger Toni said...

Woah, that looks really goooooood. I haven't had Hainanese chicken in a long time. Saan kaya merong okay ngayon?

Ang naaalala ko sa Whistlestop ay ang tom yum. Perfect na pang nightcap!!

December 3, 2007 at 2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

now authentic hainanese chicken rice is available in 366, T.Pinpin Binondo Manila tel 3812878 the price for chicken rice topping at P79, they also serve other hawker foods from singapore namely bak kut teh, laksa, chilli crab and ....others all food are prepare by singaporean cook

February 24, 2010 at 2:11 PM  
Blogger Benny zeng said...

Ex T.Pinpin St., Binondo, Manila (Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice) have been relocated to 1547, Adriatico St., Ermita Malate, now we are operating from 10am to 10pm. We are directly opposite the new wing of Robinson Mall cosmetics section,we also can been seen on the new Robinson condo Tower 2, our neighbour is a Korean resto,we are located along Adriatico St. after Padre Faura and before Pedro Gil, Thanks for your pass support Tel: 02-381 2878

August 29, 2011 at 2:51 PM  

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