Chop Chop Biryani & Meats

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~$5/pax
A Chindian biryani place offering different varieties of meat cooked in Chinese Indian method served with our own style of biryani rice. The idea came about through a pure random meeting of 2 cuisines, Biryani Rice and Sio Bak in a potluck gathering. It then grew into a business opportunity when there was an Indian stall available at Amoy Street Food Centre. At Chop Chop Biryani & Meats, we aim to define a new Chindian cuisine by marrying the best cuisine of both cultures.

7 Maxwell Road
Amoy Street Food Centre #02-101
Singapore 069111

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Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Long grain basmati rice is fragrant, infused w lots of spices tht were visible such as cinammon and star anise. Char siew is sweet, fragrant and tender albeit the ratio of soft bones to meat is a good 1:1. I like that a variety of sides- molten egg, curried chickpeas and cauliflower were given so you wont feel like its too boring eating just rice and meat the whole time. All in all a very satisfying meal for its pricetag. 😌

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This set comes with 1 meat and 3 sides. I’ve opt for Char Siew (meat) and the 3 sides (fixed) are masala cauliflower, molten egg and spiced chickpeas. The Char Siew is tender and flavourful but the portion is abit small as compared to the rice.

(S$6.50 - Islandwide Delivery)

*Circuit Breaker period*

💲5.50 (1 meat & 3 sides).

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Super filling even when I have gotten lesser rice.
The char siew is soft, can't feel the bones even!

Chop Chop Biryani & Meats
This stall promotes its 'Siu Yoke Biryani' hence its kind of obvious which meat to choose but they do have a variety of options
Base (Additional Base +$1): Biryani Rice, Sesame Noodle, Garlic Baguette
Meat (Additional Meat +$1.50): Siu Yoke, Salted Egg Chicken, Pork Masala, Char Siew, Tau Kwa Goreng, Sotong
3 Sides (Additional Side +$0.70): Molten Egg, Pineapple Salsa, Spiced Chickpea, Pappadum, Lady's Finger, Cabbage Thoran

Biryani Rice ($5.50)
- Roasted Pork Belly, Molten egg, Lady's finger, Cabbage thoran
- Curry itself was not too spicy, tasted very clean, not the rich creamy kind
- Rice had bits of star anise, was overall very fragrant
- Love the crackling of the pork belly, High meat-to-fat ratio; One of the more lean cuts of pork belly I've tried
- Lady's finger was soft and mushy
- Molten egg had a slightly runny yolk
Definitely an above average briyani without being overly greasy or rich
While the curry was not overly spicy, by the end of the dish, I had beads of sweat forming so you may want to ask them to cut down on the curry if you can't take spice or do not want to sweat.
(Just my personal opinion, I think this stall intentionally makes it dishes healthier by cutting down on the cream they used in their curry and the amount of oil in their dishes to accommodate to the office crowd here because its definitely the 'cleanest' biryani I've had thus far)
Price: 8.5/10 (Very worth it IMO)
Taste: 8/10 (Above average briyani)
Overall: 8.5/10

More photos at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0p495ogx2X/?igshid=rvhemumglgq5

Worth trying! Had this meal through MealPal but you are able to choose the meat and other toppings individually!

Back at this place for my mealpal and the char siew is still as tender, fatty and succulent as ever. The portion looked a bit smaller this time and the rice wasn’t as flavourful but the char siew and papadum saved the show. They were very quick with their on the spot preparations 😋

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