Saturday, July 26, 2008

Chicken Feet @ Kopitiam NUH

2 days ago (Thursday), we visited a colleague who has just given birth at NUH. After the visit, we though that we would visit the NUH Kopitam at Kent Ridge wing.

Ooo.. the chicken feet that had stopped selling sometime ago is back! (It might be back earlier, but we have not been visiting the hospital. who does? haha..)

Oh man, you should see the 'glee' on 2 of my colleague's faces. They only had 3 plates to sell us. So, we took it all. Today's feet is so big!

Fat & juicy too. :-p

The first 3 plates we got.

Oh, 'wire' was on overdrive. He wanted more and was willing to wait for 20 mins for the next batch to be ready. We waited, (while we had other stuff). Here's the 2nd batch. 3 more plates of chicken feet.

Are the chicken on steroids or what? They seem to be big!

What is left behind... LOL.
Some of you might be totally put off right?

Well, we think it might be the cheapest chicken feet you can find. $2 usually. But with the "yellow hospital kopitiam card", you get 20% off, and each plate costs only $1.60.

Any chicken feet eaters out there?

Kopitiam @ Kent Ridge Wing
No. 5 Lower Kent Ridge Road,
#03-1231A, Kent Ridge Wing 2
National University Hospital
Singapore 119074

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red fir said...

err...yes! But this is way too much haha. :O

backStreetGluttons said...

those are BIG drumstick sized feet you are showing us. We love them in pubs even tho they are a fraction of your king size

Rachel said...

I think you missed a bit of cartilage on your bones!

Maybe they are feet off a turkey!

BTW which church do you go to?

Anonymous said...

Not me, I'm too chicken!

dilutedmagnetics said...

It looks scary, but it's a good thing I know chicken feet are yummy!

DocChuck said...

Having raised chickens in my younger days, I am pretty familiar with chicken feet . . . and I will NOT be eating any in the forseeable future.

southernoise said...

i love em chicken feet!!!!

Anonymous said...

These are really my arch-nemesis of Singapore food!

cat_aunty said...

Wow that was A LOT of chicken feet!!

Won't get shaky hands the next day?

Camemberu said...

Hurrah! Chicken feet is back! And Rachel is right, you missed some cartilage there on the bones!

Three plates only, not enough laaa!!

tigerfish said...

Me! Me!

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Beautiful feet, man!

Ming the Merciless said...

Errr....that's not chicken feet, you do realize, right?

It's some sort of biological experiment at the NUH laboratories. :-)

Unknown said...

ice, you no touch chicken feet eh? hehe..

BSG, pubs serve chicken feet too? KL boleh!

Rachel, those with the cartilege is not by me. I finish it off! hehe.. It's 4 person's share of bones all on one plate.

Glory Presbyterian :-)

AromaCookery, Oh, you should try. Try the ones at Crystal Jade, they are not so red and the feet's not so big. Less threatening.

Lunch is Served!, Southernoise, Tigerfish,
yes, they are right? :-)
We should have a chicken feet party some day!

DocChuck, why not? It's all in the head doc!

LOL. What Singapore food you like?

Cat Aunty,
No, eat more and you get immune to it!

I eat 1 'long' of it is enough. Must control myself. It's 6 btw. 2 rounds of 3. haha..

Yup, sure is beautiful! (and tasty too!)

Nah.. you have been watching too much CSI. Tune to the Food Channel!

Unknown said...

This is amusing! hehe.. Thanks for sharing.. kudos for the rest of the entries as well. (I'm canto, we're programmed to eat chix feet..). LeAnne.

Unknown said...

Ooo... Cantonese are programmed to eat chicken feet? LOL..

Anonymous said...

are they full of fats..

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