Popular Eng Kee Chicken Wings is opening in Punggol
Punggol peeps seem to be getting all the luck these days, with super popular fried chicken wing stall Eng Kee Chicken Wings landing at One Punggol Hawker Centre next week. It’s the 33-year-old brand’s sixth outlet, and this new opening will also be the first Eng Kee branch outside of Western Singapore.
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So if you live on the purple line, AKA NEL, you can make your way to Eng Kee Chicken Wings in Punggol starting from 1 November 2022. Plus, stand a chance to win 10 of their bestselling chicken wings for yourself when you like, follow, and share their Facebook post from now till the end of October!
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What’s the fuss about Eng Kee Chicken Wings, you may wonder—they’re known for being marinated just right, with a super light, crunchy batter, and are fried to juicy perfection. They’re fried in small batches, and best enjoyed fresh out of the wok. If you’re bringing them home, consider popping them in the air fryer before digging in!
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Priced at $1.60 for a whole wing, you can also pair them with fried bee hoon ($1.20) or kway teow mee ($1.20), just like at any economic bee hoon stall.
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Apart from those items, mainstays on the menu at any Eng Kee Chicken Wing stall include otak ($1.50), fish cake ($0.80), and Taiwan sausage ($1.40). For some greens, add on some tasty stewed cabbage ($0.70) and other veggies they have on rotation.
If Eng Kee hasn’t opened in your hood, fret not, because here’s a guide to Korean fried chicken in Singapore you can check out instead. If you stay in Punggol, a new sourdough-forward cafe, Anna’s, has just opened!
Address: 1 Punggol Drive, #02-34, One Punggol Hawker Centre, Singapore 828629
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8am to 3pm
Eng Kee Chicken Wings is not a halal-certified eatery