Nobody in Singapore does fried food better than Old Chang Kee. Nobody.

For over half a century, Singaporeans from all walks of life have enjoyed Old Chang Kee’s hot snacks and lip-smacking quick bites. I remember buying my favourite Curry’O after school if I had any spare change. It was definitely one of my fondest memories growing up Singaporean.

Our homegrown fried food snack chain and national treasure, Old Chang Kee is now open and serving our famous curry puffs to the people of London!

Image Credit: Old Chang Kee UK Facebook

S’pore’s Famous Curry Puffs

Located at Covent Garden, which is London’s main theatre and entertainment area – the shop is the franchise’s first foray into Europe.

What started off as a small stall in a coffeeshop outside the former Rex Cinema along Mackenzie Road has now claimed a spot along one of London’s busiest streets.

Image Credit: Old Chang Kee UK Facebook

It’s heartwarming, really, to see one of our homegrown brand become an international name.

We finally get to share our favourite curry puffs with the people of London and we truly hope that they love it as much as we do!

If you’re wondering what they’ll be serving, diners can expect to tuck into popular items such as the Chicken Curry Puffs, Curry Potato Puffs, Mushroom Chicken Puffs and Curry Chicken Rice Sets.

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“But curry puff can survive in London meh?”

If you’re wondering whether these fried snacks can survive in London’s food scene – they can! London is also such a melting pot of international cuisines, so there’s definitely a place for Singaporean food.

Also, what’s better than tea and scones? Curry puffs and hot coffee – that’s for sure!

When the chain had a two day pop-up event in north-west London, the response was overwhelming! About 1,200 puffs were snapped up in the two-day event. They were sold out within four hours each day.

I guess the British love curry puffs as much as we do.

If you have friends and family residing in London, they can FINALLY get a taste of home in a foreign place. No more 2am cravings for curry puffs in the cold weather.

If you’re ever in London, be sure to pay Old Chang Kee a visit #supportlocal

Old Chang Kee UK
Address: 15A New Row, Covent Garden WC2N 4LA
Website

Also Read Old Chang Kee Returns To Rex With A Flagship Coffee House And A Bigger Menu

(Header Image Source: Old Chang Kee UK Facebook )

 
 
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