What’s going on with chicken rice in Singapore? All bones, no meat –

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A concerned member of the public has taken to social media to ask what happens to food prices after receiving a meal of chicken rice consisting mostly of bones.

“What is this Lee Kwang Kee (in) Clementi?” asked a member of the Complaint Singapore Facebook group on Friday, November 4.

He attached a photo of an order of chicken rice from the stall, noting that it was “full of bones and no meat”.

Photo: FB Screenshot/Complaint Singapore

The customer added that the meal was also a mess upon opening.

“What’s up with chicken rice in Singapore,” the original poster asked.

Netizens agreed that the portion received was shocking.

Some thought there was an error on the merchant’s side.

“Maybe it’s not meant for you?” Could have mistakenly taken a packet meant for someone else tabao for their pet. It really looks like all the bones,” noted Facebook user Constance Corn Chan.

Photo: FB Screenshot/Complaint Singapore

Others said the strays eat better than what the customer received. They, too, would find the meal truly meatless, netizens said.

Customers shared their experiences on recent food orders, highlighting business ethics that need to be changed.

“Now it’s all about money, money, money and money. My purchase of wan tun noodles and chicken rice also contains very thin and thin slices of char siew, sioh bak or chicken with bones. This is open theft in an unwarranted portion dealing with human beings. They will have to pay their debts when the time comes,” said Facebook user Colin Biswas.

A Frankie Tan said, “Now I can’t eat chicken rice, everywhere the same. The price goes up, the portion goes down.

Independent Singapore has contacted the stand for a statement and will update the article accordingly. /TISG

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