Chomp Chomp Food Centre

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Good Luck BBQ Chicken Wings (Stall 29)

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Chong Pang Huat #01-26

My favourite dish for the day. Crispy skin and juicy meat. Couldn’t stop munching on it 😋

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!

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! 💕

Satays, bbq chicken wings, cha kway teow and fried carrot cake. Oh, not forgetting that huge glass of fresh sugar cane juice 😋😋😋 .

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Anyway, finally tried the famous #AhHock fried hokkien prawn #noodles at #ChompChomp. Pretty flavourful and I'd say, earned its reputation, but I still prefer wetter ones and those with more wokhei! 😊

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Next up is Chomp Chomp Food Centre.
I only have THAT much stomach room (plus I am still trying to lose weight) so I make multiple trips to the same place. Sometimes observing what people queue for helps.
Thank you to all your recommendations via IG stories. Some of the standouts to me were both Hokkien Mee stalls (Chia Keng and Ah Hock), Ang Sa Li Oyster Omelette, Chong Pang Huat Chicken Wings, and the Chomp Chomp Satay stall.
What is your personal favourite from this food centre?


Feat. rojak, carrot cake, sambal stingray, satay and grilled chicken wings.

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Starting from BBQ Chicken Wings ($1.30 each), Fried Carrot Cake (Medium - $5), Hokkien Mee (Medium - $4), Stingray (Small - $12), Sugar Cane Tower (2 litre - $10)! Quite a boisterous atmosphere! Love it!

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Chomp chomp food centre is a good place to get your favourite hawker food cravings settled! The Hokkien Mee ($4) I ordered came with 3 prawns and quite a few slices of squid. The wetness of the hokkien mee is just right, though it would have been better if there was a stronger wok hei taste to it.

On the other hand, the Fried Carrot Cake ($3) was amazing with the strong smoky flavour it had, and they were generous with the portion and the amount of sweet sauce they used.

The chicken wings ($1.30 each) were barbecued almost perfectly, the sweetness of the glaze used was just right, but they were a tad too oily.

Head to the place at around 6-7pm on weekdays and sit outside at the umbrella benches to avoid the crowd and the smoky smell that lingers on your clothes!