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Nanyang Curry @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Value-for-money chicken curry paired with old-school crusty bread

Nanyang Curry @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Value-for-money chicken curry paired with old-school crusty bread

Nanyang Curry @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Value-for-money chicken curry paired with old-school crusty bread

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Nanyang Curry

#01-26 Yishun Park Hawker Centre

Opening Hours: Tue - Thu, Sat & Sun: 11.30am-9pm, Closed on Mon & Fri

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

As someone who lives in the West, I rarely venture to the northern bits of Singapore. But, my visit to Yishun Park Hawker Centre was quite a worthwhile one – from nasi lemak to chicken burgers, I got to taste a variety of good food.

Another stall I got to try was Nanyang Curry, which opens slightly later at 11.30, just in time for lunch.  

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

Aside from the classic chicken curry, they also serve fish, mutton and even pork ribs! The curry chicken chop rice seemed like an interesting menu item too, but perhaps that's for another day. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

I went for the curry chicken with whole leg ($5) instead,  and to switch things up, I got their bread set ($0.80) instead of white rice to pair with my curry. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

For the curry, you really do get a whole chicken leg (I mean, you never know), along with two wings and potato.

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

The portion of bread given seemed decent for $0.80, and you get some of that crust too. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

I eagerly took a sip of the curry, and I found it to be smooth and very fragrant. It had a good spicy kick, and was overall pretty tasty. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

I was impressed by the sheer size of the whole chicken leg. I'm not sure how the portion is like for the normal curry chicken version ($4.50), but for $5, this chicken leg seemed pretty value-for-money. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

A bite of the chicken didn't disappoint too; it was meaty and tender, and the layer of skin provided some fatty silkiness. The potato was of a decent size, and I liked that it was firm but soft. As a fan of potatoes though, I personally would have enjoyed another chunk or two. 

nanyang curry yishun park hawker centre

The bread had a crisp crust, but the rest of it was a little tough and lacked fluffiness. However, it wasn't too much of an issue; a simple dip of the bread into the curry was enough to turn soft and become easy to gobble up. The bread absorbed the curry nicely, and made for a homely alternative to white rice. 

For $5, I thought this was quite a value-for-money meal, mostly because of the chicken leg. I also enjoyed the tasty curry, tender chicken meat and curry-soaked pieces of bread! 

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