Pin Xiang – Well-Braised Chicken Feet with Fall-Off-The-Bone Skin!

Maisie Liu
Maisie Liu
May 03, 2019


The Auntie serving at the counter was extremely jovial and approachable. Born in Ipoh, she came to Singapore when she was 17 and has been in the hawker scene for more than 20 years.

She could tell that it was my first time here and she recommended that I add on dumplings to my $3 wanton noodles.



Although I ordered the dry version with chilli, the wanton mee was more like the KL-style version, with sauce coating the noodles thoroughly. I really liked how the sliced fresh green chilli added a hint of sourness to the savoury sauce. The wanton was pretty average though.


I will recommend getting the dumpling noodles instead of the wanton noodles as the dumplings are really something. You can get 2 additional dumplings for $1. Just look at the smooth skin of the plump dumpling! The filling was really sweet and crunchy, thanks to the incorporation of black fungus and water chestnut. All the dumplings and wantons are handmade while the soup is boiled with anchovies and soy beans.



I also tried the braised chicken feet which was one of the most succulent braised chicken feet I’ve ever had! The skin came off the bone and tendons so easily and the chicken feet were so fragrant! This is the first time I’ve come across chicken feet this big in a hawker centre! It is nothing like the usual chicken feet you see in traditional Chinese boiled soups. It looked really wrinkled and tough but it was actually very soft and moist.


Now, finally on to the mushroom. It was a flavour bomb! All the juices packed inside the mushroom erupted when I bit into it. The braised sauce and natural sweetness of the Shiitake mushroom just came gushing out! I know I will be back for the chicken feet, mushrooms and dumplings!

Auntie remembers her regulars’ orders and sometimes help them decide on the ingredients to go with the noodles if they have a hard time deciding. It seems like the regulars trust her decisions wholeheartedly. Do come before 9:30am to avoid disappointment!

Pin Xiang

Address: 93 Lor 4 Toa Payoh #01-46 Singapore 310093

Opening Hours: 5am to 11:15am daily. Closed on Mondays. made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.

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