Chomp Chomp

You can get your forks, chopsticks, and hands on any food you desire in NYC. And now, getting a bite of Singaporean street food is not only delicious- but also trendy.

Singaporean food has influences from India, Indonesia, and alot of them are from southern china as well. Chinese people bring the noodles the indian people bring the spices, and the indonesian bring the lemon grass and tamardin.

Nestled in the West Village, Chomp Chomp is serving up street and hawker food hailing from the tropical island nation. I’m meeting with executive Chef and owner, Simpson Wong, for a bite out of this part of the world.

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