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Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Best Roast Chicken In Town

Ever thought of having roast chicken and not wanting to buy the ones sold in Tesco or Giant cause the chicken is just chicken and has no taste to it.
Well, next time you feel like having roast chicken, consider this stall and Song River.
Popular for its chicken wing and chicken drumstick, Foodie is more into the whole chicken at RM14.00 and if you are super hungry, like super super hungry, you could finish the whole chicken at 1 go.
It is not very big and it's delicious.
100% roasted with charcoal fire and fresh everyday. Look closely, they even have the chicken bishop, if you are into eat.
The chicken is cooked to perfection, not too dry, just nicely moist and succulent.
However, if you want it fully cooked, just tell the friendly man and he will be more than happy to roast it a little longer for you.

If you are not so into roast chicken, there is a good variety of other foods around. For example, there is satay, po pia, bah kut teh whick is a student of the best in town
So, don't be surprised if the soup and the style is the same :-)
Also there is a chinese 'chu char' if you want to have rice and a few dishes ... 

If you ask Foodie, Foodies will just stick to the whole roast chicken and a can of Diet Coke in front of the TV with your legs up after a long days work.

If you happen to have leftovers, the roast chicken breast goes very well when you blend into a salad or pasta or even a chicken sandwich :-)

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