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511 Bedok North Street 3
Singapore 460511

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From the Burpple community

This Chinese-owned and run hawker stall at Kaki Bukit Market & Food Centre does brisk business for their satay and barbecued chicken wings. Every time I visit with my parents, I see them hustlin’ non-stop to get the ever-growing pile of orders ready.
Although they offer three kinds of satay (pork, mutton and chicken), it’s the poultry that we usually order. I like the size they cut the chicken meat to - thin enough for the marinade to be fully saturated yet thick enough for a satisfying bite. The skin and fat are absent but the meat in this case, never needs any help. It‘s unerringly smoky, full in flavour and tender enough. Do get a portion of their “ketupat” (steamed rice cakes) to accompany. They do a soft one that goes nicely with their satay.
I have had the barbecued chicken wings from “Chong Pang” numerous times too and have always found them good. They are consistent in quality with no unevenness in grilling, and have none of the frozen-for-too-long smell that you get with some stalls’. Served with the wings is a tangy chili dip with kick.
Another plus point: The stall has a buzzer system so there is no need to stand around the stall to wait for your food.


The size is smaller but is quite juicy ($1.40/pc).


Stumbled across this while searching for comfort food during the #wintersingapore week where hubby & I wanted something warm & soupy for dinner. Loved it because shorter queues, more ingredients (wantons & bar chor bits at the bottom!), more soup + noodles & chilli padi added that much needed kick. Sorry Bedok 85, but I think I'll stick to this now.