34 – 35 Seah St
Seah Street is no stranger to Hainanese chicken rice. It is deemed as the island’s chicken rice haven. This fragrant dish was introduced to the country by Hainanese immigrants who settled along Seah St and Purvis St. It gained national popularity in the 1950s.
20 steps away from Heritage Collection on Seah, you’ll find Sing Swee Kee Restaurant. It welcomed its first customer in 2001. While it has retained a cosy charm, the restaurant is bright and spacious. Chicken rice enthusiasts can choose to dine indoors or alfresco.
The juicy Hainanese blanched chicken, accompanied by the fragrant sesame oil rice and ginger sauce is tantalising and keeps you wanting more. The menu boasts a wide variety of sides and accompanying dishes, so get ready to be spoiled for choice.
Don’t wait till your last day to have a go at Sing Swee Kee! You will be tempted by the aroma each time you make your way back to our hotel.