These are the food that I've tried recently in Singapore.
1. Chomp Chomp Food Center
So many people have blogged about this place! After doing some research, we just went to try this today.
Chomp chomp food center is located at 20 Kensington Park Road in Seranggon. We took a taxi from Toa Payoh and it costs us around $7.50.
IT WAS SO CROWDED when we got there around 7pm.
Everyone is basically waiting for a place to sit. Luckily we found a place pretty quickly and started ordering.
These are what we had:
This is a MUST HAVE as this is so popular- Stall No.1 BBQ stingray! Best BBQ Stingray I had so far in Singapore!I would suggest you ordering a medium one instead of a small one because you won't get enough of it!Small one priced at $8
Gong Gong - fresh and chewy to be eaten with chili sambal provided from Stall No.1.Small one priced at $8
see whats inside! Looks disgusting but I like it! Remember that the tail end can't be eaten so bite it off before swallowing the whole thing.
Jerry has cravings for Hokkien Prawn Mee so he ordered this. He like it and it is from the stall in front.I had a bit and I think I prefer Thye Hong's Hokkien Mee at Food Republic.This has more seafood than Thye Hong though.
Satay Mihun! Something famous at Chomp Chomp. I like it as the taste of the sauce is not too overwhelming.
Before we leaves, I also tapao this Fuk Chow Oyster pan fried biscuit. This is real good! There are a few small oyster in it and the minced pork and the vege goes well with the oyster. The skin of the biscuits are very thin as well. Highly recommended and it has appeared in many magazines and newspaper articles.
Priced at $2.50 I find it a bit expensive but good to try!Stall is located near the entrance and you won't miss it with its publicity!
and..remember to order a large sugar cane drink to cool down after all that heaty food!
Chomp Chomp reminds me of SS2 Wai Sek Gai. However, there are basins for patorons to wash their hands and also a toilet located in the food center itself, which is convenient for the patrons. I can enjoy the food and drinks without worries.
2. Ministry of Food
Went to the one at Marina Square yesterday.
Signature hot stone unagi rice. The Unagi lovers love it but not for me as I feel that there is a stone smell with the rice.$6.80
There is even a small paper telling you how to enjoy the hot stone dish
My sashimi salad- small portion and there are only 4 pieces of salmon but I like the salad sauce.Again small tips were given.$4.80
Tempura Soba $11.80 a bit costsly but I like the soba and the tempura.
after main course, its dessert time! The dessert selection were huge.
We had the signature dessert. Its too sweet for me. S7.80
The service was good but the place was really noisy. Food was alright but not fantastic. I think I would rather try other Japanese restaurant next time.