The service was bad, the chicken looked like leftovers, and the rice was cold. Just not worth it!
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If you're looking for a slice of old Singapore, you could do much worse than going to Yet Con for lunch. Authentic chicken rice and the steamboat soup is a pleasant bonus. Must try the steamed white chicken.
The place is good for taking pictures if you like vintage stuff!! The place stinks and hygiene is really bad. The chicken rice is even worse. The chicken tastes awful, chewy like frozen rubber and got funny smell like the meat's frozen for a decade!...More
The restaurant had a very retro/ old school feeling to it. The chicken was quite dry and didn't come with any sesame oil or soya sauce on it. Dry piece of meat on top of a few slices of cucumber. The roasted pork was too...More
The day that I went, they only serve three dishes - chicken, roast pork and steamboat. The chicken together with rice are perfect in every detail, from skin texture, meat texture, taste, rice, cucumber, soup and even the soy sauce. I didn't really like the...More
it was a very old-age restaurant. I went in late afternoon, the restaurant was empty. I didnt see any menu or signboard on food items, ordered the chicken rice with a staff. they were very efficient in serving. chicken: tender and soft. best part was,...More
Went there after an absence of few years. Restaurant was pretty empty - only about 3 other tables were occupied. The chilli sauce (an important component of chicken rice) is too watery and diluted. The senior old man manning the cashier till was not happy...More
Came back here again this week for another visit with a few colleagues. It was a rainy day so there weren't many people inside. Opted for chicken rice and the roast pork. Food was decent but I was a little put off by the flies...More
The chicken was good, not too fatty and has a good Texture to it, maybe they use kampong chicken? My friends liked their roasted pork(aka siew yoke) but not to my liking as they pour a sweet sauce over the roasted pork and it takes...More