Foodpanda Delivery - Yeo Keng Nam Traditional Chicken Rice

Thursday, March 05, 2015

Foodpanda Delivery - Yeo Keng Nam Traditional Chicken Rice

Do you feel like this sometimes?

I feel like this all the time. I am too lazy to go out for my meals when I am at home. I am so glad that besides the usual fast food delivery, there is also Foodpanda!

Ordering from them is hassle-free: 

1. Through the Foodpanda website 

2. Through the Foodpanda App (Android and iOS Apple)

All you have to do is to enter your postal code, and they will filter from their extensive list of 350+ restaurants/eateries/cafes and pick out those that delivers to your area. 

Click/tap on the food you want from your chosen one.


Wait for your food. 

Wait a little while more...


Yeo Keng Nam Traditional Chicken Rice 2

Yeo Keng Nam Traditional Chicken Rice 3

Yeo Keng Nam Traditional Chicken Rice

This was what I ordered (I think I ordered a King's feast):

- 1/2 Roast Chicken ($17.80)

I abhor Chicken Rice that serves their chicken with bones - it makes the whole eating experience messy and not "shiok". Thankfully, the chicken from Yeo Keng Nam was mostly boneless, which is a huge plus in my books. The chilli that came with it is also flavourfully spicy, perfect for spice-lovers!

- 3 X Fragrant Rice ($3.60)

The rice is fluffy, but lacks the garlic and ginger fragrance you would expect in chicken rice.

- Hainanese Pork Chop ($13)

This was supposedly one of their top 3 dish. However, the pork chop was dry and the skin was soggy. It was as if I was chewing paper coated with oil. 

- Prawn Dumpling Soup ($5.80)

This was really good! They packed the soup and the dumpling separately, which was clever. The prawn dumpling is succulent and full of ingredients, and the little bits of water chestnut in it adds a crunchy texture.

- Cereal Prawns ($18.90)

This is a MUST ORDER! I have eaten lots of cereal prawns, but this is one of the few restaurants that actually serves their prawns without the shell! HOORAY for lazy people!

- Kang Kong small ($9.50)

I ordered this in sambal and it was such a good dish to pair with the rice! Alternate between a mouthful of the kang kong and a sip of the prawn dumpling soup.. your senses will be awakened! I am serious.

- Homemade Barley, Sour Plum Drink ($2.50 each)

- Chinese Herbal Jelly ($2.50)

After all the food, a bitter-sweet herbal jelly for dessert is a really comforting food for your stomach, not to mention all the health benefits that comes along with it!

Food Rating (out of 5 Evilbeans):

Foodpanda Delivery Rating (out of 5 Evilbeans):

With such hassle-free food delivery system, who needs to go out? What is queuing for food? 

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