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Chomp Chomp Food Centre – Food Galore!

Coming to Chomp Chomp Food Centre never fails to bring back a strong sense of nostalgia and memories of the good old JC days when I was still in Nanyang Junior College more than a decade ago. Taking a bus to Serangoon Gardens to eat at Chomp Chomp and to visit my aunt/grandmother was like a weekly ritual.
I love hawker centre food because of its variety and low prices but it is not easy to find tasty food at just any hawker centre.
A recent visit to Chomp Chomp had prompted me to try some familiar stalls for its notable dishes.
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Carrot Cake ($3 from Fried Carrot Cake, Stall 24)
Perhaps hawkers these days are getting more health conscious. This carrot cake wasn’t as oily as I expected it to be. But the egg bits were tasty but anyway, I have always loved eggs. I had tasted better carrot cake elsewhere so this wasn’t fantastic.
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Fried Oyster Omelette ($5 from Ang Sa Lee Fried Oyster, Stall 33)
I decided to order just plain oyster and eggs without the gooey sweet potato flour mixture. Now this was a little too oily for me! I should have told them ‘less oil’. So my hubby ate them all. The oysters were slightly overcooked and overall, I found it a little overpriced at $5.
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
BBQ Sambal Stingray ($10 from Lucy BBQ Seafood, Stalls 5/6)
The fish was yummy! Though not the best I had. The sambal was not overly spicy so you could still taste the freshness of the stringray. A very meaty slab of stringray which almost melted in your mouth instantly!
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Satay (40 cents per stick from Chomp Chomp Satay, Stall 13)
I heard this is the oldest satay stall in Chomp Chomp Food Centre but the little morsels lacked that slightly burnt taste. In fact, only the tips of the chicken bits were ‘well done’ than the rest.
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
BBQ Chicken Wings ($1 each from Chong Pang Huat, Stall 26)
Probably the best BBQ wings I had ever eaten in my life! Squeeze the lime over the wings and dip them into the ooooh-so-spicy chilli sauce for that extra punch! The good-sized wings were BBQ-ed to perfection. Nicely burnt and slightly crispy skin. Chicken meat were smooth and juicy. At only $1 each, what’s there to complain?!
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Medium-size glasses of sugar cane ($2 each, Large-size at $3 each from Stall 25)
Superbly refreshing to gulp down a humongous glass of sugar cane! When I saw the L-size glass while placing order, I told the stall owner to please change my order to M-size instead. In the end, we finished both M-size glasses without fail and in fact, wanted to order more! It’s a must-order when you’re in Chomp Chomp!
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Ice Kachang ($2 from Ding Karo Paradise, Stall 15)
Another humongous dessert. Oh, I love things BIG! πŸ™‚ It was different from conventional ice kachang where you only get red beans, coloured jelly, attap chee and sweet corn at the bottom. This came with red beans, longans, grass jelly, sea coconut, fruit cocktail, nata de coco (hope I didn’t miss out more ingredients) surrounding the shaved ice! Yummy!
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
20 Kensington Park Road
Opens: From 5pm till late daily

1 Comments

  • hubby says:

    It wasa pleasant change to go to a food centre rather than an air con restaurant. But i really liked it here. The wings were really good and i found the drinks to be so refreshing! When are we going back? πŸ˜›

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