If you're hankering for fried chicken rice, instead of the usual roasted chicken, this place would be a great option. They seem to have mastered the art of deep-frying, not only with their fried chicken, but also the chicken liver and lobak.
Only setback is that the shop is old-looking and cleanliness is not tip-top as the floor is rather slippery from of all that grease and oil because of the deep-frying done at the front of the shop.
That aside, it does offer a good fried chicken rice. So, walk carefully or just "tapau" (though I can't guarantee the fried chicken will stay crisp by the time you get home)!