辣子雞 La Zi Ji list in Singapore – Year of Rooster dish (maybe)

Fat Bird 胖胖鸡 (@ Bugis)

La Zi Ji S$14++  This is a plate just nice for 1-2 persons, healthier version I should say as it has more chicken meat cubes than chicken skin. Heat level was toned down, overall, it's a good place to start for a reasonable La Zi Ji for the uninitiated ones.
La Zi Ji S$14++ This is a plate just nice for 1-2 persons, healthier version I should say as it has more chicken meat cubes than chicken skin. Heat level was toned down, overall, it’s a good place to start for a reasonable La Zi Ji for the uninitiated ones.

Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen (@ Ngee Ann City)

Szechuan meal spread - La Zi Ji, Dan Dan Mian, Hong You Chao Shou and Egg plant w/long bean stir fry.
Szechuan meal spread – La Zi Ji, Dan Dan Mian, Hong You Chao Shou and Egg plant w/long bean stir fry.

Again, La Zi Ji here is fairly decent and ‘healthy’ tasting.
Not much chicken skin bits used, and they are having vouchers on Groupon so make use of it.
Authentic tasting but not much heat at all.

Si Chuan Dou Hua (@Park Royal Hotel – Beach Road)

This restaurant chain has a few branches in Singapore housed within Park Royal Hotel.

The Szechuan food here is more refined and definitely authentic.

Homemade noodle with homemade dou hua (beancurd) S$8++  An adequately sized bowl just nice for one person, nice noodle texture, vinegar based soup and silky smooth beancurd atop doused in fragrant flower pepper chilli oil. An pleasant unexpected combination...
Homemade noodle with homemade dou hua (beancurd) S$8++ An adequately sized bowl just nice for one person, nice noodle texture, vinegar based soup and silky smooth beancurd atop doused in fragrant flower pepper chilli oil. An pleasant unexpected combination…
La Zi Ji here is very authentic & refined tasting, heat level was toned down however the fried chicken skin and meat cubes were quite proportioned. Known also for their Dim Sum tea time buffet, we shall try them next time.
La Zi Ji S$24++ (Small) here is very authentic & refined tasting, heat level was toned down however the fried chicken skin and meat cubes were quite proportioned. Known also for their Dim Sum tea time buffet, we shall try them next time.

Also, Kung Fu tea S$6++ per person is served throughout the meal.

Lao Si Chuan (near Outram Park MRT)

Click here for our past visits…
This restaurant is our monthly regular for La Zi Ji treat.
It is unadulterated, greasy, fragrant and utterly littered with chicken skin.
You can always choose the spicy level – small, medium, high as with other places.
We always go for Medium level,  that would be quite ‘stimulating’ for spicy food addicts.

More versions to explore in SG if calories allow, and wish we could try the ones in Szechuan land one day.

If you know of other La Zi Ji spots in SG, please nudge!

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