Hainan chicken - originally from the Hainan province of southern China, and now considered a national dish of Singapore - is a fairly straightforward dish: poached chicken served with white rice and dipping sauces on the side. But while Savoy has a large and eclectic menu (there’s a whole pizza section), every person inside this place is eating the Hainan chicken. The space itself feels like a roadside diner, complete with a bar by the kitchen that’s ideal if you’re flying solo. If you get thirsty, the chrysanthemum tea is very good. Cash only.