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Chick'n Rice (Khao Mun Gai) Downtown Berkeley review w/ PICS

hhc | Oct 22, 201712:24 PM    

I tried out Chick’n Rice in Downtown Berkeley which is next to Sliver Pizza on Center Street close to Downtown Berkeley Bart so you don’t need to drive there.

I got #1 KMG (Khao Mun Gai) - poached chicken with chicken rice small $8.99, the regular is $10.99. I picked small because I wanted to get Happy Lemon after so didn’t want to fill up.

Food came out really fast. It had about 4 carved up boneless chicken white meat with skin on, a scoop of white rice, and some sliced cucumbers. Small cup of chicken broth soup w/ daikon given too on the side and a brown container of sauce.

I liked the KMG and the soup. Very tasty! Get the “pork” sauce on the back table if you like it super spicy and garlicy.

Seating inside had maybe 20 spots, I sat at the two-top and it’s tight there.

You can charge it. One unisex bathroom in the back with a chicken mirror which was cool.

Chick’n Rice
2136 Center St, Berkeley 94704
Daily Hrs: 11am-9:30am, Th-Sat until 10pm

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