Old Chang Kee
Old Chang Kee brings a taste of Singapore in the heart of London. Their story began in 1956 at a humble street stall in Singapore, where people came from far and wide to try their famous curry puffs. Since then, they've grown (a little!) into a small family-run chain selling classic Singaporean fare.
Singaporean food is influenced by Chinese, Indian, Malay and even Western cuisines. Rojak (Singaporean English for an 'eclectic mix'). Their menu is a celebration of spices but not intimidatingly hot. They use native spices like turmeric, galangal, candlenut - and of course chillies - to strike the perfect balance of heat, flavour and fragrance. We're proud to be able to introduce Old Chang Kee's food and we hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do.
15a New Row, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4LA
56 Goodge St, London W1T 4NB