It’s been a few years since I last ate here. This food centre offers so many varieties of food that one is spoilt for choice! It’s usually quite packed and parking is difficult to find so it’s best to come early.
As some people proclaim this to be one of the best places to eat in Singapore, I won’t be recommending any specific stalls – just look around and make your own selections or watch other people to see which stalls are the crowd favourites! :p
Here’s a sample of what’s available….
Char Kway Teow – Quite good and had that “wok hei” taste.
Satay Bee Hoon – I found this a little sweet and the satay sauce didn’t quite have that “wow” factor for me. It’s quite a popular dish amongst the diners here but I felt it was only slightly above average. One thing I liked about it was that the cuttlefish wasn’t overcooked and could be easily chewed.
The drinks being sold at the stall nearer to the front of the food centre come in 2 sizes – the Large drink is served in an unbelievably humongous glass mug so we each ordered the Small one and still had problems finishing it.
Soursop Juice – I love soursop juice but this one was too sweet! Think they added too much syrup to both the drink and the soursop flesh!
BBQ Chicken Wings – These were really good. The wings were well marinated and squeezing the lime over them gives them that extra zesty taste. I would have preferred if the wings tips weren’t overcooked cos they were dry and a little crispy. The main chicken wing segments were done just right.
The 2 of us didn’t have enough room in our stomachs to order any of the other dishes like the ever popular Hokkien Mee and BBQ seafood. Will need a few more trips back here and probably bring more friends along so we can try more dishes.
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
20 Kensington Park Rd