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Top 10 Best Eats at Chomp Chomp Food Centre

 You’ll discover this crowded and highly-visited food centre absolutely loaded with individuals during the evenings. Besides the normal group of Serangoon Gardens homeowners, the steady stream of diners includes food fanatics from different parts of the city-state that flock here to sample its tasty barbeque dishes, delicious satay and other delectable culinary offerings.

Chomp Chomp Food Centre first opened in 1972 as well as was most recently updated in 2003. While it isn’t precisely conveniently accessible by train (you’ll have to walk around 20 mins from Lorong Chuan MRT station) it’s serviced by a strong handful of buses. Nevertheless, the crowds is a sign of the great food stalls located here. Here’s 10 great ones that you should not miss if visited Chomp Chomp. 

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#1 -Chomp Chomp Satay


Chomp Chomp food centre is famous for delicious versions of numerous local dishes, especially satay, it is praised as one of the best satays in Singapore. The satay is well marinated and juicy, and the peanut sauce is thick, sweet, and not too spicy. At Chomp Chomp Satay, choose between Chicken, Pork, Beef and Mutton skewers. Besides satay, diners can enjoy other yummy Singapore street food like Hokkien mee, fried oyster, carrot cake, and BBQ stingray.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken (Price $0.7)
  • Pork (Price $0.7)
  • Beef (Price $0.7)
  • Mutton skewers (Price $0.7)

Location: Chomp Chomp Food Centre, #01-34, 20 Kensington Park Road, 557269, Singapore

Contact: –

Website: https://guide.michelin.com/sg/en/singapore-region/singapore/restaurant/chomp-chomp-satay


#2 – Ang Sa Lee Oyster Omelette


Ang Sa Lee serves plates of fried oyster omelettes in the evenings at the famous Chomp Chomp Food Centre. Come in to check out their ranking and see if they are still the best fried oyster omelettes in Singapore. If you are a frequent patron, don’t forget to give them your vote!

Menu Items:

  • Fried Oyster (Price $5/$8/$10)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Rd, #01-33, Singapore 557269

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/ang-sa-lee


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#3 -Hai Wen Yuan BBQ


Flanking one end of Chomp Chomp’s modest room is Hai Wen Yuan Barbeque. Based upon its expected popularity from all the on the internet evaluations, our assumptions are high. Here, you’ll discover all the standards on the menu, from sambal lala clams to sotong, cockles and crayfish. The stingray’s mild great smoky flavours are lifted with a dash of calamansi as well as cincalok, though we do desire Hai Wei Yuan had actually been a lot more liberal with the sambal. This could be entirely subjective, but its soft spiciness left me in want of even more heat, and the pungent fragrance of hae bee hiam.

Menu Items:

  • Sambal BBQ Stingray (Price $12)
  • Sambal Sumel (Price $10/$12/$15/$20)
  • Cockles (Price $6/$8/$10/$12)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Rd, #01-01 Chomp Chomp Food Centre, Singapore 557269

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/hai-wei-yuan


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#4 – Ah Mai Satay Bee Hoon


The third-generation business that is Ah Mai started as a pushcart circa the ’60s– so it’s remarkable to see the stall still attracts stable queues, especially for its satay beehoon and Hainan beef noodles. You’ll additionally find a host of deep-fried snacks, including a crispy mushroom platter, fried pumpkin, and also king oyster mushroom sticks. The Hainan beef noodle bowl is a mouth-watering thing. Its starchy, thick sauce is not unlike lor mee, however all similarities finish there. You’re first treated to the tasty, cutting flavours of black vinegar and sliced pickled mustard leaves, before the slow-burning heat of the going along with chilli kicks in.

Menu Items:

  • Hainan Beef Noodle (Price $6/$8/$10)
  • Satay Bee Hoon (Price $5/$7/$9)
  • Fried Long Bean (Price $6/$8/$10)
  • Fried Beancurd (Price $5)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Rd, #01-17, Singapore 557269

Contact: –

Website: https://www.burpple.com/f/Ov3Wz_SG


#5 -Chong Pang Huat


There are a few outlets and Chong Pang Huat serves BBQ Chicken Wings, Satay and Spring Chicken. The BBQ chicken wings is priced at $1.30 (or more these days, with inflation) and we love the texture of the skin and once you bite the juices oozes out and bite out the meat of the chicken wings. Yum Yum and shiokness. The lime also a good sauce to spice up the taste and together with the chili. Each person is never enough with only 2 pieces of BBQ chicken wings

Menu Items:

  • Spring Chicken (Price $10)
  • Chicken (Price $0.7)
  • Pork (Price $0.7)
  • Mutton (Price $0.7)
  • Ketupat (Price $0.7)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Rd, Singapore 557269

Contact: +65 9100 1816

Website: https://www.facebook.com/CPHCW/


#6 -Swee Heng Wanton Noodle


Chomp Chomp Food Centre is well known for BBQ seafood, fried hokkien mee and oyster omelette but there is an underrated wanton mee stall located here too. The noodles had a nice springy texture with sizeable wantons and generous amount of char siew. They even have the option of letting you choose green noodles (spinach noodles) for a healthier choice. On the menu is its namesake dish alongside prawn dumpling soup, prawn dumpling noodles, and chicken feet noodles, for the more adventurous. You’ve also the option to switch up your meal with spinach noodles. The char siew pieces certainly aren’t for everyone: they’re lean with a deep smoky flavour, and bring to mind the drier cuts of meat found in traditional kolo mee.

Menu Items:

  • Wanton Noodle (Price $4/$5)
  • Spinach Wanton Noodle (Price $4/$5)
  • Chicken Feet Noodle (Price $4/$5)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Rd, #01-12 Chomp Chomp Food Centre, Singapore 557269

Contact: +65 9459 1267

Website: https://www.burpple.com/swee-heng-wanton-noodle


#7 -Chomp Chomp Rojak Popiah


First impression was a lots of crushed peanuts sprinkled ahead. There were the common suspects of cucumbers, pineapples, tau poks, aromatic ginger blossoms, turnips as well as toasted you tiao.

The secret to every rojak stalls is certainly it’s sauce. Unfortunately for this, it was somewhat underwhelming. There was the vibrant part from its lime juice, sugar for sweetness, chili for spiceness, however lacking in shellfish paste taste. For any kind of rojak, if you can not actually taste the prawn paste, after that just what does it constitute? And their toasted you tiao, although crunchy, however in our viewpoint, was extremely charred.

Menu Items:

  • Popiah 2pcs (Price $4)
  • Pai Di 5pcs (Price $3.5)
  • Rojak (Price $3/$4/$5)

Location: #01-23, Chomp Chomp Food Centre, 20 KENSINGTON PARK ROAD, 557269

Contact: –

Website: https://www.jointhawker.com/en/shops/34934


#8 – The Warung


An additional satay stall right here is The Warung. It’s a Muslim-owned vendor selling yummy as well as genuine Javanese satay alongside various other passionate choices such as mee soto, soto ayam as well as tahu goreng. If you’re here for the satay, they offer chicken, mutton and beef sticks that are cooked over a charcoal grill.

As opposed to give a dipping sauce on the side, The Warung smothers its satay in a wonderful peanut gravy and tops it with some refreshing cucumber, red onion as well as environment-friendly chilli pieces.

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Satay (10 sticks) (Price $10)
  • Mutton Satay (10 sticks )(Price $15)
  • Beef Satay (10 sticks) (Price $15)
  • Tripe Satay- (Beef Stomach 10 Pieces) (Price $15)
  • Ketupat (1Piece)($1)


#01-15 Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Singapore 557269


Website: https://thewarung.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral

#9 – Ayman Alam Desserts


Run by Chinese Muslim Mr Fong, Ayman Alam Desserts utilizes a sensational 11 ingredients in their Cheng Tng!? Each ingredient revitalizes the body in a details way – like Sterculia Seed which is implied to cool the throat, Peach Resin which is chock full of collagen, and also Gingko to assist enhance your memory. The ‘soup’ itself isn’t wonderful or excessively thick so you can truly taste each individual component on its own. The crispy Winter Melon pieces as well as barley grains were our favourite items in the dessert. 

Menu Items:

  • Cheng Tng (Price $2.8/$5)


Serangoon Gardens Chomp Chomp Food Centre, 20 Kensington Park Rd, 557269, Stall 13

Contact: +65 9738 2415

Website: https://www.facebook.com/AAChengTng/


#10 – Chomp Chomp Fried Kway Teow Mee


An additional renowned local pleasure which you can not miss out on at Chomp Food Centre is char kway teow, particularly this set from Chomp Fried Kway Teow Mee! The Char Kway Teow ($3 or more with inflation) is accompanied by a satisfying quantity of cockles as well as bean sprouts, and the noodles are adequately wet. The eggs are also well-cooked, crisp, and also dense with sweet sauce. Do anticipate the delay to be rather crowded with clients throughout differing periods of the evening. As Hokkien mee and also char kway teow work together, we sure wish you don’t miss out on this set!

Menu Items:

  • Char Kway Teow (Price $4)
  • Menu Item C (Price $22)
  • Menu Item D (Price $15)

Location: 20 Kensington Park Road
#01-35 Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Singapore 557269

Contact: +65 11111111

Website: https://www.burpple.com/chomp-chomp-fried-kway-teow


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