Pow Sing Restaurant


1° 21' 49.482" N, 103° 51' 55.6668" E
General info: 

For over 30 years, the Pow Sing Restaurant is a favorite place for Singapore gourmands. Every year the flow of people from around the world is increasing and the main reason for that is the signature dish – ‘Pow Sing Hainanese Chicken Rice’.

If you decide to dine here, don’t miss to try that dish. The rest of the menu is not bad either in case you had the famous one already. Everyone wants to dine here so the place can get a little crowded. But you´ll cope with as soon as you get the food in front of you.

Getting there: 

The address of the restaurant is 63/65 Serangoon Garden Way Singapore 555961, which is to the north from the downtown Singapore. Nearest bus station is S'goon Gdn Circus, while the closest MRT station is Lorong Chuan.


The restaurant is very cheap considering the quality and taste of the dishes they serve.

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