Chicken is "in" right now - just look at how it's queen of the burger scene. It's cheaper, more environmentally friendly and more versatile than other meats like beef, which is why it's appreciated in a big way. Soya sauce chicken made its humble beginnings in China and now makes up a huge part Cantonese culture and, of course, the cuisine. Don't despair - you don't need to go all the way there to find its incredible taste - in fact, you don't even need to leave your front door.
Thanks to an array of Chinese takeaway options all the way over here in Singapore, you'll never go hungry when you've got those sweet, soya cravings. Whether you want to savour the freshness and taste of the chicken with just a little soya sauce to complement it, or you want the sauce to be the star of the dish, we've found plenty of options across Singapore to try today.
1. Whole Chicken From Wee Nam Kee Hainanese
Ah. Pure, unadulterated chicken. This is as good as it gets. With a Whole Chicken from Wee Nam Kee Hainanese, you don't have to sacrifice any of the good parts of the bird - you get to have it all. Choose exactly how you want it marinated, but we'd recommend with soya sauce any day. The skin retains the strongest taste while the meat itself gets some of the juices. We wouldn't have it any other way.
2. Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles from Imperial Treasures Noodle And Congee House
When you go to a noodle house, you just know that ordering noodles is your best bet. At Imperial Treasures Noodle and Congee House, the noodles themselves are something of a speciality. The Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles steal the show, with the flavour of the braised chicken perfectly matching the taste of the soaked noodles in the sauce. This is filling and flavourful - so in our eyes, it's the whole package.
3. Soya Sauce Chicken Rice from Liao Fan Hawker Chan
Chicken, rice and all things nice - that's what a fantastic meal is made of! Liao Fan Hawker Chan gets it. Meat is served half lean for health and half fat for taste, and we can't get enough of this combination. The rice absorbs some of the soya sauce, leaving the chicken with a stronger chicken taste. It's all about balance, and they're doing just great!
4. Ganjang Soya Popcorn Chicken from Chicken Up
This place loves chicken - the clue's kinda in the name. If you love wings but aren't so keen on the bones, popcorn chicken makes for the perfect middle ground. Chicken Up sees to it that these bite-size pieces are as tasty as they are practical. Completely boneless, the Ganjang Soya Popcorn Chicken is tender and grilled to perfection and then coated with Ganjang sauce. Ideal to just pop right into your mouth!
We love chicken at Deliveroo and can deliver you all different kinds. Why not make an order tonight?