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Changi Village Best BBQ Chicken Wing

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Located at Changi Village Market and Food Centre, Changi Village Best BBQ Chicken Wing specializes in Asian dishes.

Mon to Fri: 03.00pm - 10.30pm, Sat-Sun & PH: 11.00am - 10.30pm

+65 93853891
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Worth trying with no regrets!!!

The chicken wings were cooked competently and charred just nice.The meat was not overly dry or oily.The accompanying chilli sauce was good. This stall also offers fried oyster, oyster omelette, gong gong and cockles.They are worth trying, especially the fried oyster.It was well fried as it was very crispy and not oily at all.It taste delicious!Both the chicken wings and the fried oyster looked very appetizing.I couldn't stop myself from eating it.It is very recommended to everyone.Their services was excellence!They were very friendly and nice.Overall,i believe that this stall definitely has the potential to shine!!!

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• 22 Sep 2010 • 275 reviews • 32 followers

Best BBQ wings in Changi Village?

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As its name suggests, this stall is well known for its barbequed chicken wings ($1.20 each). But while the wings we ate were fairly good, we felt it may be an exaggeration to say that they are the “best” in Changi Village.

The wings were barbequed competently and charred just right. The meat was not overly dry or oily. We also liked that each wing was cut up into two, so it was more manageable.

However, the skin was slightly soggy. It definitely could have been crispier and more fragrant. The accompanying chilli sauce was good, but could do with an extra dash of lime.

This stall also offers fried oyster ($4/$6/$8), oyster omelette ($5/$8), steamed pearl conch (gong gong) ($6/$10) and raw cockles (see hum) ($3/$4/$5). We tried the fried oyster.

Again, while it was well fried, the dish did not particularly excite our palates. Furthermore, we were a little disappointed when we counted a measly four pieces of oysters in the dish, which cost $4.

Overall, this stall definitely has the potential to shine. And we’d like it to do well, especially since we received warm and friendly service from the duo who run it.

-- Esther Au Yong
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• 21 Jul 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Worth trying with no regrets!!!

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The chicken wings were cooked competently and charred just nice.The meat was not overly dry or oily.The accompanying chilli sauce was good. This stall also offers fried oyster, oyster omelette, gong gong and cockles.They are worth trying, especially the fried oyster.It was well fried as it was very crispy and not oily at all.It taste delicious!Both the chicken wings and the fried oyster looked very appetizing.I couldn't stop myself from eating it.It is very recommended to everyone.Their services was excellence!They were very friendly and nice.Overall,i believe that this stall definitely has the potential to shine!!!
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• 20 Jul 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

BEST CHICKEN WINGS AND FRIED OYSTERS I EVER HAD BEFORE!!!WORTH EATING IT WITH NO REGRETS AT ALL!!!

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To me,it is Very worth trying it!Both the chicken wings and the fried oysters is very recommended.The chicken wings are very well cook!Very juicy and crispy.The chilli sauce that comes with it also match with the chicken wings.It makes the chicken wings taste ever more delicious!As for the fried oysters,i would also recommend because it is the best fried oysters i ever had tasted before!!The fried oysters is very Crispy and not oily at all.Its Yummy =).Many of my friends that i had recommended,also have the same views with me that we will always go back to Changi village to eat the chicken wings and fried oysters no matter how far we stay!!!I feel that it will Not be an exaggeration to say that they are the Best Chicken wings in Changi village!!!Should even say the best fried oysters in Singapore!Thumbs up for the food.
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