[Circuit Breaker Special] Eng Kee Chicken Wings is offering islandwide delivery, available at http://www.engkeechickenwings.getz.co/.

Minimum for delivery is $30, enjoy FREE delivery for orders above $80.

Ala carte items to “build your own meal” include Bee Hoon ($1), Kway Teow Mee ($1), Chicken Wings ($1.50), Taiwan Sausage ($1.30), Otah ($1.30), Ngoh Hiang ($1.30), Bian Xiang – a type of fishcake wrapped with fried beancurd skin ($1.30), Small Xi Dao Fish Cake ($0.60) and White Fish Cake ($0.60).

If not, set meats and platters are also available, such as 10-piece Chicken Wing Platter for $15.

Set Meals are affordably priced and quite filling. Get the most value from Set Meal D ($3.50), which includes bee hoon, chicken wing, egg, and cabbages.

If you want a set with Kway Teow Mee, get Set Meal B ($3.30) with biang xiang, egg, and small xi dao fish cake.

There is just something about the old-school taste of Eng Kee Fried Chicken Wings.

I think it ‘helps’ that the stall is surrounded by nostalgic vibes, located in the middle of Commonwealth Drive (close to Two Chefs Eating House and Commonwealth Crescent Food Centre).

While there are quite a number of economical beehoon stalls in Singapore, few would be focused on chicken wings. So there are customers who order just beehoon and wings.

Contrary to its name, Eng Kee offers more than just chicken wings. Recommended items include Otah, Wu Xiang (Ngoh Hiang), Bian Xiang, Small Xi Dao Fish Cake, White Fish Cake, Egg, Luncheon Meat, or Fried Tofu.

Add some greens to your plate – they also have cabbages and long beans. But it depends on the hour you are heading down as well, as some of the items are often sold out.

I find that the bee hoon has just simple flavours, but it is the bite that would draw people – more to the firm and chewy side, rather than soft and soggy. This goes well with their chilli sauce.

As for the famed Chicken Wings, there is something about their soy margination and way they fry that keeps the inside moist and juicy.

Some customers may prefer a crispier version, or feel it requires more flavours, but I think it is the simplicity that continues to draw regulars.

Aside from the main store at Commonwealth Drive, you can find a branch at Blk 85 #01-19 Redhill Lane.

They took over the “Yan” Chicken Wings stall – previously known as “PM Lee Chicken Wings” as our Prime Minister has queued there before. They still retained the signboard of “Yan”.

Eng Kee Fried Chicken Wings
117 Commonwealth Drive #01-711, Singapore
Tel: +65 9233 9330
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

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