Thursday, August 10, 2006
Chomp Chomp Serangoon Garden Food Centre
Can I ask you Singaporeans (or those who've been to Singapore) a question?
Have you eaten thin-crusted pizzas at hawker centres?
No, make that GOOD thin-crusted pizzas. And I do mean the authentic Italian kind.
Well, I have. And guess what, I'm going to let you in on it:
I don't know who's Devon or who's his daddy but I sure know that this is the place to look if I'm looking for a reasonably priced delicious thin-crusted pizza!
Where's it located? Chomp Chomp Serangoon Garden Food Centre. Apparently this is one of the best places in Singapore to find good and cheap food. I found out that alot of the tenants from the now demolished hawker centre at Botanic Gardens can be found here.
Devon's Daddy Pizza (stall no. 21) caught my eye the instant I stepped into the hawker centre and I knew I just had to get at least one of this:
You have the liberty to choose any 4 toppings ($5 for a regular sized pizza and $12 for a large). I chose olives, sundried tomatoes, pepperoni and shitake mushrooms.
What's my verdict? Uber-delicious. The portions were generous and I liked the amount of cheese he put!
Chomp Chomp is known for being a food haven for foodies like me and even though the pizza did fill me up quite a bit, me and JF had to get the sambal stingray:
Ohhh.. check out the chilli. Oo-la-la. Are you drooling yet?
And, here's the satay bee hoon:
I love the satay sauce! Thick and full of peanuts. Yea, very sinful but very yummy nonetheless.
This dinner at Chomp Chomp was extremely satisfying and by the end of the meal, I just knew I had to come back again and try the pizza another time. Who's with me?