food like

Q: What is your food like?
A: I like broiler chicken with rice.
Is the answer right answer for the question?
If not, please give me the right answer.

I think you’re mixing up the verb “to like” and the adjective “like” which have patently different meanings.

I’d answer your question with “my food is delicious”. Or “my food is terrible”.

PS: your answer would be valid, if the question were “what food do you like?”.

No. The question doesn’t mean ‘What food do you like?’

The question is asking what the food you have in front of you right now is like… is it tasty? Is it at the right temperature? Is it well cooked? Is it flavoursome?