1A Commonwealth Drive
#01-04 Tanglin Halt Food Centre
Singapore 141001

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07:00pm - 10:00pm

07:00pm - 10:00pm

07:00pm - 10:00pm

07:00pm - 10:00pm

07:00pm - 10:00pm


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Chicken Chop + Pork Chop + Sausage

Old school western food, large portion. Meats were grilled well, juicy and not dry whatsoever.

Chef Hainanese was previously at Tanglin Halt and have since shifted here to Magaret Drive Hawker.

They only open 2 hours between 7-9pm on Saturday to Wednesdays only. Business is good, with lots of cash notes clipped onto the pole at the ordering counter.

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I wanted to try it out after work before covid but then no fated :") I asked my friend stayed at West area but she alr tried it a couple of year ago. So we decided to get sharing chef set 3 ($13) instead. We really like grilled chicken chop (tasted really good and best selling tbh) tbh instead of pork chop (tasted really salty tbh) (can skip for this). I overheard that they added mashed potato inside the chef set 3 bc in the past they don't have inside.

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The uncle is very rude and poor service. We come here first time and ask what is in the mixed grill cause the pictures weren't clear. This uncle simply jus brush off and says dun ask me. If dun ask how to order. Attitude problem stall. Dont come again anymore

Tried the chicken chop and steak - both were good and really tasty. Portion is also quite big with the potato and fries! The sauce on the meat is also quite unique, not like what you usually get at western stalls.

Only complaint: felt quite thirsty after the meal, probably quite a bit of MSG?

A traditional Hainanese style western food tucked away in Tanglin Halt Hawker Centre, opens only from 7pm (not on time in fact) onwards at night and closes before 10pm. To our surprise, a long queue had already formed in front of the stall before it was opened and people were patiently waiting as the stall owners took their time to prepare.

This hearty plate of mixed grill came with a combination of chicken sausage, fish cutlet, chicken chop and pork chop, topped with a sunny side up and several sides including coleslaw, fries, baked beans and a baked potato. While the fish cutlet wasn’t an impresser, the chicken and pork chops were flavorfully marinated with their own secret recipe, and grilled till tender. Other than the black pepper sauce, look out for their brown sauce which, interestingly, has an underlying citrus taste. Savoury or sweet, likely polarizing as a meat pairing sauce. Fries was served soggy, disappointingly.

No doubt there were hits and misses, I was still quite satisfied with the overall taste and especially value for money with its portion. It’s still the type of old school western stalls I would patronize for a time travel in taste. However, the order and collection was quite chaotic as many orders were taken at a go, and it was hard to identify if the food that was ready belonged to you.

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Definitely a different experience; you gotta feel it for yourself. Gravy has a lemony tinge which I'm not used to (lemon zest?) but the sense of nostalgia, well cooked food, large plates and uncle's way of chionging are all worth admiring😁