Specialty Chicken & Wonton House at Ackroyd, Richmond

On a weekend lunch, Ben decided to revisit Specialty Chicken & Wonton House for lunch. It’s been more than two years since our visit in 2010.


The parking in this strip mall is very congested especially after Price Smart renovated and expanded.


Ben and I shared a lunch combo for two ($21.80) which comprises of a choice of half a chicken/duck dish, a seasonal vegetable and two bowls of rice. Ben opted for the Hainanese chicken.


The Hainanese chicken was served cold with a gelatinous skin and fat. The chicken skin was bouncy and the meat was firm.


They were not stingy on the grated ginger sauce for the Hainanese chicken as we were given two saucers of it.


The seasonal vegetable dish came with bean curd skin and served in a light broth.


There was also a complimentary soup of the day which was pork bone soup with coconut.


Arkensen ordered a Salted Fish Chicken Fried Rice. The salted fish was quite chunky and it tasted too salty for him. By the way, Nanzaro was on a school trip to Costa Rica for some humanitarian work.


Below is their current take out menu. There were some price increase since 2010.


You can click on the menu to have a larger view.

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