448 Clementi Avenue 3
#01-20 Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre
Singapore 120448

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($5), when the most authentic western food in Singapore can be found in markets, really generous with their portions of chicken, with it being thick and juicy, and sides of baked beans and fries. At only $5, you can be sure your belly stays full for some time. Hashtag #thegrowingbelly to share your meals with us! Stay positive and happy everyone 🤗


These days I have been to many places serving authentic western cuisine, but the local western flavours does still have a place in my heart. After missing this stall one round where they ran out almost everything, I decided to head there alone this time and thankfully they hadn't ran out of it yet. Most stalls I have had of the late doesn't get near this, and it has to be that brown sauce which is not only savoury, but smokey which is what most stalls lack these days. Chicken was tenderly grilled, juicy and succulent while the fries today were a tad crunchier from ideal though still fine. I find it amazing every time the baked beans get mixed into the brown sauce; it invokes a tangy flavour into the brown sauce without actually overpowering the latter.


Having been around for 40 years at the exact same location, the one-of-a kind fish and chips served here holds both a nostalgia for my not-so-happy childhood days, as well as beautiful memories in the recent years. This plate of happiness was my go-to dish whenever I felt shitty about myself after getting bullied at primary school, or the constant fear of getting punished or caned by an abusive tutor. I would make a call home using the payphone, and demand that my parents either buy a box of fish and chips back, or meet me at the hawker centre after class just to forget about the bad day I had.

The fish and chips here is unique because of its special tomato-based, sweet, and peppery sauce, which most of their dishes are drenched with. I never fail to tell the uncle "多一点汁 hor" (more sauce, please), and he would generously splash a few more scoops. Even though the batter of the fish might be inconsistent at times, the meat inside is always fresh and soft. I also like the thick-cut, unsalted crinkle fries, baked beans, and coleslaw that come with every dish. Here's how I finish off this dish: wipe the plate clean with the crispy end of the fish to ensure there's no sauce left.

Even after having moved out of Clementi for 16 years, I still crave for this fish and chips that still tastes the same, and will drop by occasionally to get my fix. I used to eat it with someone special who is no longer around almost every weekend. Bitter or sweet, this dish has been through it all with me. One thing is for sure — this 4.5-munchie will always be a special dish to me. #hawkerpedia

Tanglin Halt Western Food, #01-11


A humble western stall that serves outstanding cutlets you can never get anywhere else. Introducing you to this chicken king! And of course their chicken cutlet is one of the main dish to try when you're here!

Beef steak might have worked better without the strange black pepper sauce too. Will try the other items next time.

The Tanglin Halt's Chicken Chop at Clementi 448 Food Centre. Their serving is just right and may looks abit messy on the plate. But don't judge the book by it's cover! Somehow, it feels like a home-cooked food which everything is just comfortable👍