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Chippy British Take Away (Plaza Singapura)

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CHIPPY British Take Away is located at Plaza Singapura, serving a variety of snacks and finger food that originated from the streets from Britain.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

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Finding rare food!

Ive been searching everywhere for fired mars bars, and FINALLY! Chippy sells great fried mars balls. 4 fried mars balls with crispy batter thats not too oily despite being deepfried, served w a HUGE scoop of chocolate icecream, and topped off with Hershey syrup! What sweet sin! And all for 3.50 for a regular serving :D
The service was fine, nothing exceptional. the staff were talking to each other though, making me feel quite neglected and out of place, as if im eavesdropping on their conversation. But for a takeaway outlet (and with such good prices) i dont think thats a huge issue.
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• 05 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Finding rare food!

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Ive been searching everywhere for fired mars bars, and FINALLY! Chippy sells great fried mars balls. 4 fried mars balls with crispy batter thats not too oily despite being deepfried, served w a HUGE scoop of chocolate icecream, and topped off with Hershey syrup! What sweet sin! And all for 3.50 for a regular serving :D
The service was fine, nothing exceptional. the staff were talking to each other though, making me feel quite neglected and out of place, as if im eavesdropping on their conversation. But for a takeaway outlet (and with such good prices) i dont think thats a huge issue.
MUSTTRY!
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• 09 Apr 2010 • 137 reviews • 0 follower

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The curry cheese chicken is exotic but portion is quite small.There are more fried flour bits than fried chicken bits.But its nice to coupled the fried chicken bits with the cheese sauce provided.Fattening pleasure.Waiting time was about 15 mins .
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• 04 Apr 2010 • 470 reviews • 1 follower

more sauce please

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i bought fish and chips here, it is really crispy and the texture of crunchiness is just perfect. the portion is enough but they give so little mayo/tartar sauce. really lack of actually. but the queue is so long and i'm too lazy to go back and ask for more, but i think they would've measure it right. price: not cheap, they are from UK anyway.
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