505 Beach Road
#B1-45 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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12:00pm - 08:00pm


12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

I really enjoy having his food. Beside cheap, the food was comfort and comes in big portion. The pork chop was tender and juicy. $5.90

Run by an ex-hotel chef, now he come out and setup this stall to sell his signature western food at affordable price.

Their chicken chop rice only cost you $4.90 with decent portion of chicken chop, comes with garlic rice and egg.


If you’re looking for your typical Western hawker fare, this isn’t the place. Chef Choo whips up a decent chicken chop grilled to perfection. Comes with a sunny side up and rice but you can upgrade to a generous portion of pasta or request for just chicken chop.

5 for $7

Simple old school style fried chicken wings. Juicy on the inside, crisp on the outside. No ketchup or chili sauce is needed.

Good sides to try

Crab Meat with White Wine Spaghetti ($8.90)

This is the special menu of the day when I went on Friday.

After trying here for at least 3 times, I believe that his specialty lies in 🍝. The noodles were cooked al dente, and the sauce helped the simulate the appetite with the spicy kick. The portion of crab meat was generous.

Best part? Friendly chef that cooks with a fiery passion. Seeing him excited and proud of his food also increases one's appetite 😀

Situated directly opposite Kopi More at Golden Mile Food Centre, newly opened @chefchoosignature serves restaurant quality western food at hawker prices. Having read about Chef Choo’s experience at various 5-star hotels, I was keen to check out his affordable creations.

Sitting in front of the stall, we caught glimpses of how the fresh seafood and al dente spaghetti were tossed in tomato sauce, eventually served sizzling on a cast iron skillet. One piece each of jumbo prawn, mussel and clam plus some chewy squid pieces. Portion was reasonable, but what actually turned out to be a pleasant delight was the tomato sauce. Not the usual thick, tangy tomato base but with white wine dosed in, there was an extra dimension of flavour, enhancing the sauce’s smokiness and garlic taste. However, more sauce should be present as the ratio of sauce to spaghetti seemed a little imbalanced.