20 Kensington Park Road
#01-01 Chomp Chomp Food Centre
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

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I’ve tried every single BBQ seafood stall at Chomp Chomp and Hai Wei Yuan is definitely my runaway favourite. Yep, competition is tough there, but Hai Wei Yuan is clear of the rest.⠀

The main attraction is doubtlessly the stellar sambal stingray, which is priced at eighteen dollars flat for the biggest serving that’s ideal for two to share among other dishes. Streets won’t forget you, Steve Irwin, and I’ll eat the seas while you watch the skies. The meaty flat fish features lots of glistening, firm & moist fish flesh that’s barbied to sublime succulence.⠀

Of course, the meat wouldn’t be as memorable if it wasn’t charitably slathered in a scintillating sambal. The spicy chili paste is superbly savoury and utterly umami, and the oiliness seeped deep into the fibres of the smoke kissed, compellingly charred stingray and flavoured it fantabulously. Pair that with a judicious squirting of the zesty calamansi provided, and the sour & pungent cincalok (Malay fermented shrimp sauce), and you have an all expenses paid trip to Flavortown.⠀

Hai Wei Yuan ain’t a one trick pony, oh no. Their sambal sotong (starts from $12) stars the same scintillating sambal stir fried with some fabulously fresh squid. Also, the sambal lala (Venus clams) which also feature the same superb sambal but this time on juicy & sweet clams. However, the stealthy stunner is undoubtedly the stir-fried kailan. I don’t know what unholy concoction the sauce is besides garlic, shallot oil & possibly soy sauce, but these are the best tasting veggies at any hawker centre in Singapore by far. Yep, these veggies are that sublime.⠀

Hai Wei Yuan is my go to BBQ at Chomp Chomp. There are many others like it, but this one is mine.

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Have heard that this stall sells the best bbq stingray at Chomp Chomp Food Centre and it was really good. The meat was tender and fresh, and could be pulled apart easily from its bones. The sambal chilli was not that spicy, and overall the stingray goes really well with the savoury chinchalok sauce.

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Read many reviews that this is the best bbq stingray in chomp chomp. Decided to try this today.

The meat is soft and fresh.

The meat easily slides off the “bone”

Spicy level :3/5

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Everyone's popular location to feast!! BBQ stingray, satay, chicken wings, hokkien mee, etc. ($10-15)


Have not been to this place for 8 years and nothing seems to change. I am not sure if this is a place for supper since most stalls are closed around 2am.