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First ever chicken rice birthday cake

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Very very long queue, must come here at 7am, if not, surely late for work. Usually sold out around 9am.

Recently saw an 8days article that they sold their recipe to a fair price supplier, and this popular siew mai and lo mai kai is now also available at fair price kiosk at upper boon keng Road.

For a shop called Singapore bao, there is actually no bao sold here. They used to sell bao long ago, but their siew mai and lmk became too popular until now they only sell siew mai and LMK.

The siew mai is quite big. 1 for 70cents. 3 for $2. Meaty and quite easily to chew also.

The LMK was quite average, the rice a little dryer then the common LMK, but I quite like the taste of the chicken and especially the mushroom. LMK going at $2 each.

Store auntie is very nice despite her popularity. When I was there, she was a 1 person show by herself.

Only opens in the morning. Kovan chee kueh is quite a popular store here. The cai po was great.

Eating chee kueh always presents a common obstacle for all, that u have to ration your cai po so that you have enough for your last pieces of chee kueh.

For 20cents, u can ask for additional cai po, which I highly recommend to add, so u can enjoy your chee kueh without worrying that your cai po not enough.

So hard to get to eat this store, early morning always crowded, long queue, by 11am, closed liao, cannot eat for lunch.

So finally, the chance presented itself, and this truly is the better stores here at BMFC.

Char Siew has very good fat ratio to eat.

Really generous amount of chilli.

Overall was quite ok. The handmade fishball has a fairly hard texture and was pretty bouncy.

Always long queue during meal times.

Their roasted chicken is better then their steam chicken

Big portion. Comes with cabbage soup

One of the many chicken rice stalls here at BMFC.