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January 27, 2007

Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Last night went Chomp Chomp (Serangoon Garden Food Centre) with my colleagues. First visit to this famous food centre (didn’t have a chance to go there). Most of the stalls are pasted with posters or cuttings of articles about their stalls.
With some recommendations (they usually buy from those stalls) , this is what we had….

Lala & stingray from Chomp Chomp BBQ Seafood – Stall #1 (Very highly recommended)

Lala ($10) tastes great (praises were heard among us) but the stringray ($10) (Stingray was gone before pictures were taken. keke), Yummy! The stingray is very smooth and soft (Fleshy!).
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Satay – Not very sure of the stall, Only know that it’s the 1st stall from the front (1st stall selling Carrot Cake)
Satay (40 cents each) (Ketupak for 50 cents each) Yummy! The meat is tender & and the sauce (probably prepared by the owner) tasted great. Try it the next time when you go there… 🙂
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BBQ Chicken Wings from Daily Fresh BBQ Chicken Wings – Stall #3

The BBQ Chicken Wings ($1 each) were just alright. Though highly recommended (saw from web), don’t really think that the chicken wings were really great.
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Fried Hokkien Mee – 2nd stall opposite the Carrot cake stall. (A glass window to view the cooking of Hokkien Mee)

The fried Hokkien Mee ($5), probably was ‘cold’ by the time we finished the rest of the dishes weren’t that nice. Maybe we were all full as the mee doesn’t ‘look’ appetizing. Only took a small portion of the noodle. 😉
There are still alot of stalls to try at Chomp Chomp. Guess I would have to go and try the rest other days. keke
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One Comment on “Chomp Chomp Food Centre

Mama Tang
January 27, 2007 at 8:18 PM

Was told by one of my colleagues that the Satay stall is called Chomp Chomp Fried Banana Fritters – Stall #34

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