[Town Restaurant] Famed Michelin-Starred Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken Rice comes to Fullerton Hotel!

If you absolutely detest queuing for hours on end for good food, you'll probably be delighted to know that Chef Chan Hon Ming of the famed, one Michelin-starred Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle in Chinatown Food Complex will be bringing his signature Chicken dish to Singapore Fullerton Hotel. For ten days only, diners will get to savour the winning soy sauce chicken - that takes about five-hours to prepare - alongside the usual Town Restaurant dinner buffet fare that comprises of a comprehensive spread of fresh seafood, sushi, sashimi and a whole assortment of local delights and desserts.

Served with a dash of soy stock and chili sauce (if you like) as well as Chinese Parsley for added aroma, the chicken certainly lives up to expectation. The skin is sweet and not too oily, while the meat is tender. Even the chicken breast that we usually shun from, is palatable. Have your chicken served on some steamed white rice to soak up the excess gravy, alternatively, have it on its own if you're slashing out the carbs.

Either way, the soy sauce chicken counter is worth a visit and besides, Chef Chan himself would also be making appearances on the 1st - 3rd and 8th - 10th June' 2017 from 7 -9 pm. So you better not chicken out on this opportunity to finally meet the affable chef himself. Take some photos for memorabilia of course, and get your hands on the much talked about dish without waiting in line for hours.

Held from 1st - 10th June' 2017, 6 30pm to 10 30pm, the buffet is priced at $56 per adult and $28 per child (6 - 11 years old) from Sunday to Tuesday; S$69 per adult with a seafood selection and S$34 per child, or S$89 per adult with free-flow draught beer and Singapore Slings, and S$44 per child from Wednesday to Saturday.

Town Restaurant
Fullerton Hotel
t: (65) 6877 8911 / 8912

Written and photographed by Stanley Lui.
A fashion blogger who is also an avid food lover at heart, Stanley Lui has written for luxury titles like Senatus, Robb Report, Singapore Tatler and HungryGoWhere. When he's not busy sussing out the latest food trends and hot new restaurants, he can be found sipping champagne and gobbling up canapes at the latest fashion event. Read more from Stanley at http://fashionide.comhttp://fashionide.com.

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