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Singaporean food is the ultimate fusion food – influenced by Chinese, Indian, Malay and even Western cuisines. Rojak (Singaporean English for an ‘eclectic mix’), we call it! All these different influences come together to create something truly unique.
All our meat is from halal suppliers.
Yes, yes and yes. Speak to our staff and they’ll be able to make recommendations. We have a Vegetarian Curry Potato Puff, but it’s currently not vegan.
We love our Southeast Asian spices but our food is not intimidatingly hot. We believe in striking the perfect balance between heat and flavour.

Email contactus@oldchangkee.co.uk to request ingredient lists. We do use most of the 14 major allergens in our cooking and while we take measures to prevent cross contamination we cannot guarantee it.

We cater office meals through our partners City Pantry. For anything else, email contactus@oldchangkee.co.uk.

We are primarily a grab-and-go restaurant but (COVID tiers depending) we have tables you can sit at on a first-come-first-served basis. You will need to order and collect your food at the till.

99% of our packaging is biodegradable and recyclable. Our cutlery is made out of cornstarch. (We’re working on the other 1%.)

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On-Demand Delivery

We deliver a maximum of 4 miles from our two London locations, however, this does depend on the availability of delivery couriers. Bad weather can also affect how far we go. Plug in your postcode to see if we deliver to you.

There’s a ‘pick up’ option on our ordering platform. Or just call ahead, speak to our team and we’ll be happy to help.

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Chilled Food Delivery

Largely! However, there are some items which we don’t have on our chilled delivery menu because we don’t think they will travel and reheat as well. 

On the other hand, there are some extras, like a range of bottled sauces and a Singapore Laksa Meal Kit.

Anywhere in the mainland UK, with the exception of some postcodes in the Scottish Highlands. 

There is a pick up option of our ordering platform. Pick up is only from our Goodge Street shop.

We have delivery slots Tuesday to Friday, which are taken on a first-come-first-served basis. You will be able to choose a delivery date when you place your order.

It arrives chilled and packed in insulated packaging (ice packs and liners) to last 48 hours in transit. We use overnight couriers (e.g. APC)  to deliver the food and they have been instructed to leave all parcels in a safe place if you are not at home.  You are free to leave delivery instructions but do note that if they are too complicated, the delivery drivers are really overstretched at the moment and may not always be able to follow them. You can choose to store the food chilled within the Use By period. Or freeze immediately upon receipt for a longer shelf life.

Reheating instructions are below and are also provided on each pack and item. 

Curries:

Storage conditions: Keep refrigerated 0 to 5 deg C within the Use By period. You can also freeze the item on the day of purchase/delivery but do defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator overnight before re-heating.  Food frozen correctly will remain food safe for as long as you keep it that way, but we do advise to eat anything frozen within 3 months to avoid a deterioration in quality.

Cooking guidelines: Reheat on the hob on low heat, stirring regularly. If using a microwave, partially open lid of the container while re-heating. Check that the food is above 75 deg C, or piping hot, before serving.

Curry puffs:  

Storage conditions: Keep refrigerated 0 to 5 deg C within the Use By period. You can also freeze the item on the day of purchase/delivery. Food frozen correctly will remain food safe for as long as you keep it that way, but we do advise to eat anything frozen within 3 months to avoid a deterioration in quality.

Cooking guidelines:  Remove from packaging and reheat in oven at 180 deg C for 20-25 min (from chilled) or 30-35 min (from frozen. Check that the food is above 75 deg C, or piping hot, before serving.

Delivering food safely across the country requires robust packaging and this does mean that we do have to use plastic to protect the quality of the food.  We ask that you reuse as much as you can, to avoid waste.

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