Singaporeans know where to go when they want a fix of their favourite dish. Lee Koy’s Best Chicken Rice of course. Rooted deep in family tradition, founder Lee Noi opened his doors in 1953 and has had six decades to perfect his craft. And you will taste the difference. All ingredients are carefully selected and prepared to his strict principles. With a few other dishes on the menu here on Woodlands Avenue, Lee Koy is still all about the hainanese chicken rice and with a menu this focussed, you know that you are in for a meal of the highest quality. We recommend booking ahead, as Singaporeans are crazy about their chicken rice.
The soya sauce chicken is fragrant and nice and Service is quite fast. Some food items are pricey for a small portion.
Overall quality of the food is not bad, just abit on the pricey side for chicken rice. the location is not near to train station and will need to take another bus down.
The rice is fragrant but sadly after 7 pm no more soy chicken. Set chicken meal is worth the money. The chilli is nice too.
hey not only sell chicken rice have other dishes+ noodles as well. All at average standard.The place is air con,quite empty on week days,only on Sundays it is quite crowded during lunch time
A same taste and feel of the original Loy Kee restaurant in Balestier. The chicken were good and So is the daily soup. Good for small family gathering.
Not bad. Went there during off peak hours. So it was quiet and peaceful. The portion was just alright. All is good but the chicken would be better if it is warmer.
It's not very convenient for those who don't drive. And the price is a bit steep for such location and common food. Would not travel here just to patronise this stall.