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Chop Chop Changes – The Perfect Space to Catch up with Friends

By Sandy Taylor

This is the perfect spot for a catch up with family friends or the work crew, with rows of
communal tables along one wall, Chop Chop Chang’s has plenty of space for everyone. Built
in what was once a large bank vault, Chop Chop Chang’s now looks out at the ever-
entertaining antics of West End.

Chop Chop Chang’s menu is perfect for sharing, your group will undoubtedly want at least
one of everything! Located in West End’s bustling Boundary Street. The food, derived from
Vietnamese, Thai, and a smattering of Japanese cuisine, comes in street cart or hawker’s
stall size bites. The family friendly environment has an extensive menu with gluten free, dairy
free, vegetarian and vegan options. Chop Chop Chang’s has a little something for everyone.

Beyond the tasty share plates and epic banquet options, Chop Chop Chang’s has also
begun brunch service on the weekends. This Asian inspired menu is turning breakfast into
something special. You can’t go past the Bao benedict featuring poached eggs, lemon
hollandaise, chilli, kale and wait for it… roast pork belly! Another favourite is the strawberry
and glazed mango french toast, served with coconut ice cream.

From the bar come cocktails with an Asian infused flavour, chilli and ginger beer Mojitos and
carafes of Asian punch (think Yuzu Lemonade or Lychee and Ginger) which are impossible
to resist.
The drinks list has been specially designed to complement the menu, with beer and wine
sourced from across Asia and around the world. Open 7 days a week, Chop Chop Chang’s
is great for a light snack and a cold beer… or settle in for the complete dining experience.
Opening Hours
Monday-Friday – 11:30am-3:00pm
Saturday-Sunday
Breakfast 9:00am-12:00pm
Lunch 12:00pm-3:00pm
Dinner 5:30pm-Late

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