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Flock & Fowl

If you're in the mood to eat a chicken dish, I highly recommend checking out Flock & Fowl.  This restaurant specializes in making Hainanese Chicken Rice.  It's a simple dish consisting of poached organic, free range chicken with marinated cucumbers and preserved mustard greens as seen in the photo below.  You may dip the chicken in ginger scallion sauce, house made sambal (chile), and house made soy sauce for more flavor/kick (not pictured).  Also, the sides to choose from are organic egg, Chinese sausage (lap cheung), chicken broth, or more chicken rice:

Flock & Fowl's Hainanese Chicken Rice with a side of organic egg- The chicken was tender and juicy!  If you're into lightly salted meats or just looking out for your blood pressure, I recommend this dish.

On the day we dined there, the Chicken & Poached Egg Congee was the special dish of the day.  Congee is a rice porridge that's common throughout Asian countries.  It can be eaten plain, but usually comes with garnishes and sides:

Chicken & Poached Egg Congee topped with crispy chicken skin- this wholesome dish is perfect to eat during the cold weather.

We added Poached Chicken to eat with our congee!

We couldn't resist trying their steamed buns:

Night Market Fried Chicken Bao- 5 spice buttermilk chicken and kale pea sprout sesame slaw on top of a steamed bun.  The
buns were soft and fluffy, and the deep fried chicken was on point with the crunchiness.

After I ate, I felt like I finished a home cooked meal, which is a rare feeling for me when eating at any restaurant.  Keep in mind this is a small restaurant, it is currently opened from 10:30am-3:30pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays, and has no restroom, so plan accordingly!


380 West Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(626) 616-6632

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