Lam’s Salt Baked Chicken

UPDATE 16 September 2013: Orchard Ion’s Food Republic has since been revamped. Try Marina Square or Parkway Parade.

If you’re at Parkway Parade or Orchard Ion, do try Lam’s Salt Baked Chicken stall at the food court. I chanced upon it once at Parkway Parade and it was a lucky find because the food was so good!

Baking this chicken is tough work, you’ll have to first marinade the chicken, wrap it in paper then bake it in a salt bath. Hence, the name salt baked chicken! Apparently, Lam’s Kitchen (the parent company) is more famous for its abalone noodles than its Salt Baked Chicken. The meat is tender and flavourful, seeped in its own chicken goodness.

Although I don’t usually take spice, the chilli that comes along is not that spicy and complements the chicken well.

Tender chicken thigh baked in goodness

You can opt for white rice or mixed rice

Baked potatoes that were pretty normal

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3 thoughts on “Lam’s Salt Baked Chicken

  1. i agree!! the chicken is really juicy and tender!! and the chilli rocks. not to mention the cai fan. yumyum!! will definitely try it again! 🙂

    1. Hi there, I wrote this in January 2013. I think Food Republic had a revamp this year, hence, the store is gone. You can try Marine Parade basement or Marina Square.

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