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Chicken Supremo Western Food @ 493 Jurong West Street 41

493 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore 640493 #01-02/03

6268 6108

$6 · Halal Certified · Mixed Food Court · Chicken · Western · Italian

Monday: 1:30 – 9:20 PM Tuesday: 1:30 – 9:20 PM Wednesday: 1:30 – 9:20 PM Thursday: 1:30 – 9:20 PM Friday: 1:30 – 9:20 PM Saturday: Closed Sunday: Closed

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Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

1. Service : Malay aunty was busy juggling taking orders and packing. So be understanding to wait and quickly make your order when asked. She is thoughtful by telling us waiting time was about 30mins 2. Food : Nice and worth the wait. Would have been nicer to eat it on the spot but since fasting month, we got it for our break fast. 3. Location: Easily accessible as its just behind parking lot. 1st time trying and it's worth. Will continue to support the couple running the stall and may Allah SWT bless them with good health to continue their trade....Ameen.

Joanna Lee

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

My husband patronised this place since his secondary school days! (More than 10 years!) we love the chicken chop and the price is relatively low compared to other places. Not sure why the other comments were low but we’re always happy to be back to eat at this place as Aunty will always greet us with a warm smile! We would travel from the east to Jurong just to taste their chicken chop. According to my husband, the food standard did not drop and taste exactly the same and taste as good as before! Generous portion with affordable friendly price. (Price range for mains from $5 onwards!) Highly recommend to drop by and support local hawker food!

Pong Ah

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Know this store for years but not able to try due to long q and long wait. Even at 3+pm today, there are like 10 orders in front of me. We have the Lucky Plate (2 pcs fried chickens) and the chicken chop. I must say they are excellent. The fried chickens look over done but they are really juicy when bite. Better, healthier and much cheaper than KFC 😝. The chicken chop is above average, juicy and not over powered with source. It was so satisfying than the awful $20 Hawaiian chicken chop I had at a golf club terrace few days ago 😅. The sides are very good too, especially the fried bun. Another thing I must say is the owner who is manning and cooking alone in the store. I am expecting a super busy and grumbly makcik, but turns up to be so very friendly and cheerful 👍👍


Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Food is nice and the auntie serving is so kind and nice as well. I love their buns, it's crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. If I had to recommend their dish, it would probably be the chicken chop!

Franny GOH

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

Price very reasonable. Chicken chop taste not bad but fries n beans not nice at all. The onion ring very hard. The spring chicken takeaway not nice also. Can try Blk442 Jurong West St 42 western if you are not halal. Still preferred spring chicken there.

Wei Jie Ng

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

One of the few chicken chop stalls still with fried buns. I come here almost exclusively for that. It’s really nostalgic. Not sure why every other western food stall stopped making them.

Ayom 88

Rated 5.0/5.0 in the last week

Food is affordable and nice. Makcik very friendly and always say bismillah. At times during busy period, the way she talk like rude but actually. Not. Cause she busy. Only she and her husband manage the shop. Been buying from here since 2010

Love at First Sight

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

I indulged in an order that comprised a delectable black pepper chicken chop, a classic chicken chop, and a side of enticing cheese fries. The anticipation was met with a wait of approximately 30 minutes, but the patience invested was undoubtedly worthwhile. It's essential to note that, during peak hours, particularly around lunch and dinner, the waiting times tend to extend further. This protracted wait is primarily attributed to the modest staffing, with just two individuals managing the stall. Adding to the wait, the food is meticulously prepared on the spot, ensuring its freshness. This approach results in a profound enhancement of the culinary experience. The chicken, for instance, doesn't exhibit a bland flavour but, instead, boasts a rich taste and a slightly resilient texture, striking a harmonious balance that tantalises the palate. The black pepper chicken chop and the traditional chicken chop are thoughtfully served with a side of baked beans and a pair of buns. These buns exude a fragrant aroma and present a velvety, smooth texture that perfectly complements the succulent chicken. The fries accompanying these dishes are equally remarkable. They are masterfully cooked to achieve a delightful crispness while retaining a rich and satisfying flavour profile. In addition to these culinary delights, the cheese fries are an exceptional offering. A subtle yet delightful drizzle of cheese and a judicious application of mayonnaise adorn this dish. This dressing, while not overwhelming, subtly enhances the overall flavour of the cheese fries. It's a testament to the meticulous attention to detail and commitment to maintaining the balance of flavours. To sum up, this establishment stands as a bastion of quality gastronomy. Despite the occasionally extended wait times, particularly during peak hours, the exceptional food served more than compensates for any inconvenience. I wholeheartedly recommend trying this establishment if you haven't already. Regret is a sentiment you'll be pleasantly spared from. It is best if you would dine there, and not takeaway, for the food to be not on its best quality upon your comforts of your home.

Elroy Yunos

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Came around 7plus in the evening. Makcik already had a few orders backlog. Waiting time is quite long given the time that I decide to eat here. My eating time is shorter than the waiting time, lol. The portion is acceptable given that it's cheap. But the fries were little and skinny, so minus points for that.

Vivian Cheong

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

Had a fried spring chicken that came with fries and bun to satisfy my cravings. I tell you… crispy bun, some crisp some not so fries and an awesome spring chicken for $8. Salty, crispy, fragrant, dripping with juice, I tell you… go and try for yourself. It brought me 30 years back when fried chicken options are Do and Me and KFC only. Tried their chicken chop prior to this, so old school, simple and nice.

Hazli's Journey

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Place was recommended by a friend. No regrets travelling all the way there from east. I had their chicken chop. Chicken was tender and flavourful. Price is super cheap. Their fried bun is a must try. Customer service is top notch better than some restaurants i've been to. Do take note they only accept cash payment.


Rated 5.0/5.0 3 years ago

Best chicken chop with fried bun and value for money western food. 2 person manning the store, always busy avoid peak hours. Auntie is very friendly and always joke. She is very fast and have good memory. After they moved back to this coffee shop they are closed every Sunday. Their fish and chips is nice too, not those with with thick batter kind. Our go to western food at least once a week.

nur rafeeza

Rated 2.0/5.0 a month ago

Good fresh chicken and juicy. Remind me of the old days fried chicken with salt and peppery after taste. Good food. But waiting time atleast 45 minutes. Not sure if would actually worth the wait? Might reconsider again.