[Closed] Chick Can Rotisserie – New Canadian Rotisserie & 40% OFF Main Courses

Chick Can Rotisserie

Chick Can Rotisserie is a new establishment which prides itself in whipping up Canadian-style Roasted Chicken and Poutine—it is one place to head to for comfort, rustic Western food.

Located along Amoy Street—just a 5-minute walk from Telok Ayer station—Chick Can is a cosy and wallet-friendly option for those who work in the Central Business District.

We were pleasantly surprised that all the items on the menu are below S$20, with the exception of the Half Chicken Meal (S$22+) which can easily feed three to four people. As if that is not enticing enough, you don’t have to pay for service charge at Chick Can Rotisserie too!

From now until 30 November 2016, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 40% off the second main course during dinner (6pm to 10pm). This promotion is valid for dine-in and takeaway.

Chick Can Interior

The self-service concept at Chick Can Rotisserie is a simple one—you grab the menu and decide on what you want, tell the friendly staff over the counter and a buzzer will be given so you know when to collect your food.

Otherwise, have a Chick Can meal in the comforts of your home or during lazy days in the office by opting for takeaway. You can also get your roasted chicken delivered via Foodpanda.

Mozzarella Sticks


Start your meal with some appetisers; well they make great finger food to go with your beer.

Of course, with every tasty North American food, comes a cheesy appetiser. The Mozzarella Cheese Sticks (S$7, regular/S$12, large) were delicious. Have it immediately and you can break and stretch the cheese, dip it into the marinara sauce on the side and enjoy it. We loved the golden herb crust on the sticks as well as it added to the overall flavour in each bite.

Chick Can Chicken Wings


Also, appetisers/ beer snack always mean we need our chicken wings. The Chicken Wings at Chick Can Rotisserie are specially marinated and served piping hot with BBQ sauce or ranch dressing. These crispy delights are going at S$7.50+ for four and S$13+ for eight.

Chick Can Chilli Chicken Dip


This is a twist of our favourite chilli crab sauce, but with chicken slices. We enjoyed the strong sweet and spicy flavour of the sauce which was meant as a dip for the toasted bread. A perfect savoury snack for those who are there for drinks.



There are not many places in Singapore where you can find authentic Poutine—a Canadian dish which originated from Québec.

For the uninitiated, Poutine is made with French fries and cheese curds sprinkled on top, then topped off with a drizzle of light brown sauce. Imagine our delight when we found out that it is part of Chick Can Rotisserie’s menu!

You can choose to have your Poutine in various styles and we went for Poutine with Chicken (S$12.50+).

The fresh cut fries are crispy on the outside with soft interiors, and goes well with the generous portions of chicken cubes and twirling cheese curds doused in brown gravy. There is a good balance between the main ingredients which made it a hit among those at the table.

Chick Can Rotisserie Chicken


Chicken is a staple in Asian cuisines. And precisely because this is our ultimate comfort food, we had very high expectations for their Roast Chicken. So how did it fare?

Most rotisserie chickens tend to be a little on the dry side but this is definitely not the case at Chick Can.

Each chicken is lightly seasoned to keep the original taste of the meat. It is then slow-roasted in a rotisserie oven specially imported from Canada to achieve the perfect result—juicy meat and crispy skin.

Chick Can Sides

There are three options: Quarter Leg Meal (S$16.50), Quarter Breast Meal (S$18.50) and Half Chicken Meal (S$22+).

We shared the Half Chicken Meal and it came with a toasted bun, a side dish of your choice, coleslaw and dipping sauce. You get to choose between salads, Rice Pilaf and French Fries for sides. It is indeed a huge portion that can easily feed two to three people.

The half chicken is roasted to lip-smacking perfection with its crispy reddish brown skin that envelops succulent, tender chicken meat. We could really hear the skin crack as we dug into it with knives! Try it with the traditional brown dipping sauce. We loved the Asian dipping sauce which is similar to the Thai sweet chilli sauce.

Chick Can Pie


The Chicken Pie with Coleslaw (S$12) reminds us of home. It was simple, hearty and we loved the flaky crust combined with the massive chunks of chicken and vegetables inside. It also comes with a side of coleslaw to complete your meal.

Chick Can Baked Pasta


Roasted chicken aside, Chick Can Rotisserie also offers two baked dishes—Chicken Baked Rice (S$15) and the Chicken Baked Pasta (S$15). Also, you can expect dishes such as Club Sandwich with Chicken (S$15), BBQ Chicken Wrap (S$15) and Spicy Chicken Wrap (S$15).

Chick Can Sweet Pie


All of us agreed that the Sugar Pie (S$6.50+) at Chick Can Rotisserie is a wonderful option for those with a sweet tooth. It is unabashedly sweet and comes accompanied with smooth whipped cream. The classic French-Canadian pie is served warm from the oven to our table and was demolished within minutes.

From now until 30 November 2016, our readers can quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 40% off the second main course during dinner (6pm to 10pm). This promotion is valid for dine-in and takeaway.

Chick Can – Rotisserie
82 Amoy Street
Singapore 069901
Tel: +65 6221 8598
Mon to Sat: 11am – 10pm
Sun: Closed
Nearest Station: Telok Ayer

This post is brought to you by Chick Can Rotisserie.