Tingkat dinner delivery from Hong Choo Catering

After Kim’s Kitchen trial tingkat (posts 1,2,3), we decided to try another caterer. Hong Choo Catering was recommended by sis-in-law, who said that (compared to Kim’s Kitchen) the food is more child-friendly for her 7-year-old daughter.

We’re now into our 3rd month of tingkat dinner with Hong Choo. Of course, it still can’t beat our own home cooking. But compared to Kim’s Kitchen, we prefer Hong Choo’s cooking.

The food tastes light but flavorful, and isn’t greasy. We don’t feel thirsty after eating, which is a sign of no MSG or very little use of it. The dishes are quite similar to our family’s recipes too.

Here are 8 meals, taken randomly over the past 3 weeks or so.


  1. Breaded fish fillets
  2. Stir-fried baby kailan
  3. Braised chicken & mushroom
  4. Scrambled eggs with corn, peas & carrot


  1. Fried mini spring rolls
  2. Broccoli with carrot & mushroom
  3. Celery with prawn
  4. Stewed pork rib


  1. Stir-fried pork with leek
  2. Ngoh hiang (5-spice meat roll)
  3. Fried fish with some kind of dark soy gravy
  4. Stir-fried cabbage


  1. Fried samosas
  2. Stir-fried Chinese cabbage
  3. Fish fillets with Thai-style chilli sauce
  4. Steamed minced pork patty


  1. Stir-fried beansprout with tau kwa
  2. Stewed potato
  3. Stewed chicken
  4. Fried fish


  1. Stewed duck
  2. Stir-fried long bean
  3. Pork slices with garlic sprout
  4. Beancurd sheets in soy gravy


  1. Stir-fried bok choy
  2. Braised chicken wings
  3. Breaded fish fillet
  4. Steamed egg


  1. Vegetable balls
  2. Chai poh (preserved radish) omelette
  3. Sweet & sour pork
  4. Curry vegetables

We took the 4 dishes for 3 people option. Costs S$250 nett for 20 days. Add $10 for plastic microwaveable boxes instead of metal containers.

Once in a while, there’s a meal or two that’s not so much to our liking. But overall, we are quite happy to stay with Hong Choo for now. Sometimes, the chicken or pork dishes tend to be a little tough or stringy.

Unlike Kim’s Kitchen which is operated like a large corporation, Hong Choo seems to be smaller in scale. They don’t even have a website. And they also don’t have a pre-planned menu, so you won’t know in advance what you’ll be getting.

I asked them about this before. They replied that it can be difficult to stick to a pre-planned menu as some ingredients may not be available. They prefer to cook using whatever fresh ingredients they can get on the day. As a home cook, I also encounter the same situation, so I can accept this arrangement.

On the whole, this is one of the better tingkat caterers we’ve experienced. Portions are sufficient. Their pricing is very reasonable too. They also seem to provide tingkat lunch.

For enquiries, call Hong Choo Catering: +65 6858 3170



  1. umisa says


    just wanna leave a comment on this catering, me and my family have been ordering since years 2012 Nov up to date it has never disappoint us. Exactly like what you posted on your blog. numerous friends and relatives(esp families) highly recommended this catering, their buffet are fabulous too! tumbs up!

  2. linda says

    Hi I am would like to make a enquiries and find out more about it how come the number is not in use when I had a call 6858 3170 ?

  3. Patricia lim says

    We are staying at almond ave off Blk 209 petir rd, do you deliver dinner to my area ?

    Is would to consider ordering from24th October, 3 pax Please call me at 90084018

    Thank you

  4. Jennifer Song says

    Hi Julia, I thought of ordering tingkat from Hong Choo after reading your review. How has the service and food been since your last review above?

  5. Pauline Lee says

    I ordered for 4pax (20 dys)-$310+10 for disposable boxes.
    The portion very little. Will not continue.
    My previous caterer Tong chiang kitchen much better. Very generous
    With the portion. Also provide monthly menu in advance.
    Will re-order from Tong Chiang Kitchen