The hawker trail
For the first time in history, Singapore’s hawkers serve meat made without slaughter.
GOOD Meat, real meat made without killing an animal, is now popping up across Singapore at traditional stalls and centers.
The first stop was Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice, which used GOOD Meat cultivated chicken to make its signature curry rice – a recipe that has been unchanged for the past 76 years, until now.
The second stop is Michelin-plate Keng Eng Kee. This popular zi char eatery was founded over 50 years ago and is still run today by the third generation Liew family. We’ll be firing up the grill and serving the world’s first GOOD Meat Cultivated Chicken Satay for a limited time.
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