Asian Kitchen G/F, No 49 Tin Liu New Village, Ma Wan, 34461122 Fare Singaporean cuisine. Ambience The restaurant seats about 20 people, but the overall effect is cosy. The interior decor is simple, and the TV in the background gives a more family-style feel. Cost Most dishes are in the HK$40 range, so the bill should be less than HK$100 per head. Who to bring The family for a Sunday lunch. Turn-ons The staff were casual but attentive. The food portions were quite large. The Ma Wan fried rice had a distinct aroma of shrimp paste, the chicken was very tender and the basil leaves were a nice touch. The Hainan chicken rice (pictured) that the restaurant is famous for certainly met our expectations. The broth came with tofu instead of the usual Chinese vegetables, but the tofu was smooth and the broth was clear and refreshing. The chicken oil rice was aromatic but not overly oily. The chicken itself was tender, and actually tasted like chicken. The 'Neck of Piggy' wasn't particularly appealing aesthetically, but the skin turned out to be crispy, and the meat was tender. Turn-offs The homemade peanut sauce for the satay seemed to have a citrus tang that didn't go with the meat very well. The sweet and sour sauce for the pig neck was too sweet but not sour at all. The Hainan chicken didn't come with the traditional trio of condiments (chilli/ginger/oyster sauce), and only came with the chilli and ginger.