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20 Kensington Park Road
Singapore 557269

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05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

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Stall #36
This is the $3 portion for takeaway.
It’s quite a palatable plate of carrot cake with bits of chai po added to it. Will order again if I happen to be in chomp chomp.

Waited less than 5 mins during peak dinner hour where some Hokkien mee stall requires a 45mins wait 🙄

You may leave this place smelling like smoke, but it guaranteed that you will leave with a happy belly. From famous chicken wings to sambal stingrays to beautifully charred satays, all food was really good. But what stood out was the oyster omelette at Ang Sa Lee ($8 for this medium portion) it is more starchy as compared to their other stalls I've tried in Singapore and I love the slight chewiness. Don't worry, it still have some crispiness and char to go with it as well!

Much better than expected. Satay beehoon is such an art. Boiled stuff with just satay sauce, yet at stalls like this, the boiled stuff were so fresh. Everything worked except maybe tau pok. This amount of sauce was less than half given - I withheld the rest so you could see the ingredients.

Established in 2013, this lok lok / skewer stall offers over 50 varieties of skewers.
Instead of boiling, they specialise in marinating and barbecuing the skewers, serving them with a trio of chili dipping sauces, from milky to sweet to spicy.
Selected these skewers, each in the range of SGD $1.50 - $2. Bacon & Pea Shoots, Ham & Bean Skin, Bacon & Crab Meat, Taiwan Pork Sausage, Cheese Fish Cake, Chili Squid Ball, Pork Meat Ball.
Satisfying supper cravings.
Wang BBQ And Grill
20 Kensington Park Road
#01-31 Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Daily 4:30pm - 12midnight

But it was worth it for the hokkien mee, crispy carrot cake and sugarcane tower yaaas #notketo 🤣

Being one of the famous hawker centres where good food are gathered, I guess Chomp Chomp needs no further introduction! 😊 Thankful that it is pretty near my house too so I can conveniently pop by for a feast! ✌🏻 Here’s what my friends & I enjoyed:
🔹️Satay ($22 for 30 sticks + kueh tupat)
🔹️BBQ Chicken Wings & 3 Otah (wings at $1.40 each, otah at $2.50 each)
🔹️Hokkien Mee ($5)
🔹️Carrot Cake ($5)
🔹️Oyster Omelette ($8)
🔹️Char Kway Teow ($4)
🔹️Sambal Stingray ($20)
🔹️Sambal Lala (clams) ($15)
🔹️Sambal Kang Kong ($6)
🔹️Sambal Sotong (squid) ($12)
🔹️Sugar Cane Tower ($10)
Ah Hock Fried Hokkien Mee that warranted a 30mins wait certainly did not disappoint - so moist & flavourful! 😋😋😋 Enjoyed the oyster omelette & carrot cake too - can’t go wrong with plump juicy oysters & eggy plate of goodness! 💯
For BBQ Seafood, go to 忠忠海味园 Hai Wei Yuan BBQ - their sambal chilli is super fragrant & has a nice spicy kick 🌶 that goes well with any seafood! 🐟🦑 We tried from their competitor beside too (忠邦 福烧烤海鲜) but I found their chilli to be lacklustre. 😔
Chong Pang Chicken Wings were really good - well-marinated & grilled to the perfect brown, with an irresistible smoky aroma. 🤤🤤🤤 However, please give their otah a miss - it was essentially flour with mild flavours. 🙅🏻‍♀️
Perfect place to visit with family & friends so you can try a bit of everything! 💕

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