Eng Kee Chicken Wings – Simply Delicious Chicken Wings!
Moist and tender meat, which is encased in a crispy brown skin, make up the golden formula for mouthwatering chicken wings. After a visit to Yon Yan, I have been on the lookout for the best chicken wings, as well as economical bee hoon, in Singapore. Initially, what began as a trip to Commonwealth drive to seek out a well-reputed bak chor mee led us to Eng Kee Chicken Wings. To find it, keep your eyes peeled for an open-air stall where workers are diligently tending to a fast-moving queue. While there is a decent spread of dishes available for diners to choose from, everyone is surely here for the chicken wings.
Each Chicken Wing ($1.30/pc) is fried to perfection — crispy skin, juicy and moist meat. Despite being left out for a while, the chicken meat remained piping hot. It’s amazing how the chef has managed to keep the seasoning on every wing consistent as well. Eng Kee is proof that one does not have to resort to complex spices or too much seasoning to make great chicken wings. Sandwiched between its crispy coating and tender meat is a thin layer of fat, which enhanced the flavour of the meat. The chicken wings here are pretty greasy, though. Grab a cup of tea to cleanse your palate after!
Eng Kee also offers economical Bee Hoon (80 cents/plate), which is a great option for all 3 meals of the day. For its price point, the portion of bee hoon and noodles were very generous. We loved the noodles, which were sufficiently oily, and surprisingly tasty. Did you know that Eng Kee was awarded a “Certificate of Recognition” by the Health Promotion Board for serving healthier bee hoon? Patrons may like to pair the sweet and watery chilli with the noodles for extra flavour.
Even though the bee hoon and noodles are tasty, you shouldn’t be eating it plain! Add some long beans (50cents/portion) and spicy otah ($1.20/pc) to your plate! While the otah was smooth and soft, it had a stronger fishiness than the usual otahs. Other ingredients such as sausages ($1.10) and ngoh hiang ($1.10) are available as well.
If you’re nearby and looking for an affordable and tasty lunch, Eng Kee is the place for you. Eng Kee definitely deserves its title of serving one of the best chicken wings in Singapore.
Eng Kee Chicken Wings
Address: 117 Commonwealth Drive, #01-711 Commonwealth Drive, Singapore 141091
Phone: 9233 9330
Email Address: email@example.com
Opening Hours: 12pm to 10pm daily. Closed on Sundays.
MissTamChiak.com made an anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.
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