Sunday, July 16, 2017

Mr. & Mrs. Chicken @ Pudu

Fans of Malacca's chicken rice balls might want to strut over to Mr. & Mrs. Chicken, where these dense, hand-rolled rice balls are served, reasonably aromatic after being cooked in chicken broth. The rice balls are paired with free-range chicken raised for up to 120 days, hormone-free & antibiotic-free, fed with seaweed & passion fruit enzymes - choose from Hainanese-style steamed, crispy-roasted or soy sauce chicken (firm & fairly sweet-fleshed) in a la carte or set meals that also include double-boiled soup, fu chuk, pak choy or Ipoh bean sprouts, dessert & tea for a sensible RM15.90. If you need more fowl in your life, chicken hor fun (definitely decent) is also available.

Mr. & Mrs. Chicken
 11 Jalan Kancil, Off Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. Open Friday-Wednesday, 11am-8pm (closed Thursdays). Tel: 03-9224-2706

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12 comments:

  1. What a cute name! I am a chicken rice fan, leaning more towards poached chicken. I have yet to try chicken rice balls.

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    1. Phong Hong: poached is probably my favourite too when it comes to chicken rice ;) maybe you could try preparing chicken rice balls for one of your home recipes!

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  2. Looks good. That's a cute name. :D

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, it's certainly memorable :)

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  3. The price of the set meal certainly worth every cents paid :)

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    1. Choi Yen: yes, kudos to them for offering quite a lot of decent stuff at a fair price :)

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  4. Wow, a chicken shop with flowers and candles....so romantic, hehe! ^_~ I love poached kampong chicken for its non-fatty skin and flavourful meat :)

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    1. Contact.ewew: haha, yeah, the ambiance here is a notch above the typical traditional chicken rice shops that we might be more familiar with ;)

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  5. I understand it's pork free restaurant, but are the chickens halal?

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    1. Auntie H: I don't know whether they have managed to obtain a halal certification, sorry :)

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