Without a doubt the staple of Singaporean cuisine, Chicken Rice is the first dish visitors to the island state need to try to kickstart their culinary journey. Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice is strongly rooted in tradition and has been going strong since 1953, when founder Loy Nie decided he would share his recipe and stringent principles of preparing the dish using only the freshest of ingredients. Sixty years later, flocks of hungry diners still make their way to Lee Koy’s on Balestier Road to eat the best chicken rice in town. Whether you head here or their other location in Woodlands, the real taste of Singapore awaits you.
fantastic place for family gathering. even the porridge tastes great. try the chicken porridge..
this time round we had the standard chicken rice and vegetables. the vegetables are fresh but a little hard for toddlers age 4 like my girl.
Service was good and waiting time very fast. Food was nice and yummy. Will definitely come again !
this restaurant chicken rice never fails me. tried the fried tofu and roast chicken with my girl. best! only 2 places that have loy kee.
chicken rice is the best thing must have in Singapore! Loy kee is one of the famous chicken rice restaurant in singapore. They offer a set menu with chicken, soup, rice and vegetable. Great for big eaters! The rice though is simply delicious.
Very nice lady bosses. Uncle also a very gentlemen who helped me and my baby girl finds a seat. Importantly also the chicken and the rice. Try the chilli and that is all you need. Mutton soup is nice for those who are adventurous.
Food was so tasty and good! Service was pretty quick and environment was comfortable as well. Will return to have the chicken rice again :)
The standard has dropped over the years, food was overpriced for the mediocre quality. The wait staff was not very happy stating that the chicken portion we ordered was too small for 5 of us. Even though 3 of us were kids. We end up ordering more side dishes and could not finish.
Food was average, there are better chicken rice around for the price you pay (single chicken rice set costs $9). There is no service charge though.