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A Taste of China at Bintan Lagoon Resort’s ‘Chop Chop’

Chop Chop Restaurant Bintan Lagoon Resort Indonesia

BINTAN ISLAND, INDONESIA — Since no one gets crucified by simply going directly to the kitchen upon arriving home, we always try and go scathe free.

We did another visit to Bintan Lagoon Resort early this year, our favorite next stop whenever we visit Singapore, as it is only an hour ferry-ride away from Singapore. After putting our luggages down, we went straight to this kitchen they called ‘Chop Chop.’

Adjacent to ‘Fiesta’ restaurant, if not part of it, this kitchen however does wonders, if not one of the wonders itself. Festive and colorful, entering ‘Chop Chop’ is like taking a step towards getting a taste of the Chinese culture, if not totally understanding it. Yes, ‘Chop Chop’ is BLR’s own version of Chinatown, and yet another reason to enjoy weekends and Holidays in this 470-room resort.

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‘Chop Chop’ is located just below the lobby level, ready to welcome guests with a dramatic sense of fun. From the loud, cheeky and funky graphic walls with oriental motifs to the hanging dim sum baskets and red lanterns surrounding the central column, the atmosphere pulsates with an energy typical of Chinatowns around the world.

Opened in November 2016, Chop Chop echoes the Resort’s revitalized branding as a hip, fun and vibrant destination for all ages. Styled as Bintan’s Chinatown, the outlet serves popular North Asian street food culture in a decor evoking the charm and nuances of Chinatown around the world. From the signage to the lighting and fixtures, every little detail is meticulously executed to bring out the concept of dining on North Asian streets.

To make it as authentic as possible, fixtures are a mix of rustic wooden table tops matched with vividly colored metallic chairs perched on tiled floors and comfortable cushioned benches set up against wall etchings of quirky shop house features.

BINTAN CHOP CHOP

Chop Chop BLR

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Chop Chop Bintan

Chop Chop offers a menu of well-liked street food, a quintessential part of the Asian experience. Guests can find a mouthwatering variety ranging from steamed and fried dumplings, noodles and rice to tasty stir fries and double boiled soups.

“The opening of Chop Chop brings back fond childhood reminiscences and memorable travel experiences in Asia. It is the perfect spot to test one’s chopstick skills and enjoy familiar tastes in a fun, casual environment. Its inviting, cheery décor is a popular selfie spot for guests,” remarks Gerald Hendrick, General Manager of Bintan Lagoon Resort.

Designed by IWA Design of Singapore, the 260 sq metre Chop Chop accommodates 165 persons.

Chop Chop Fiesta at Bintan Lagoon Resort @elysplanet

FIESTA. Our every dine at ‘Chop Chop’ serves as a feast or ‘Fiesta’ as what we call the same back home in the Philippines. Here at this restaurant, you can simply feast on the tastiest Chinese cuisines all you want like we @elysplanet and @travelmoreph do all the time.

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By profession, the author is a Financial Consultant and Certified Estate Planner in the Philippines. An award-winning journalist-blogger, Ely is also passionate about spreading financial literacy among Filipinos and is managing a team of around a hundred financial consultants/advisors. A brand ambassador for known brands in the Philippines, Ely writes about travel and lifestyle when not meeting clients to discuss about solidifying their financial portfolios. Follow him on Twitter & Instagram @elysplanet. Check out https://askelyvalendez.com/ as well.

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