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Their porridge pot comes with a choice of batang, garoupa or pomfret with batang ranges from $6 (small), $12 (medium) and $20 (large) but we decided to go for the medium garoupa porridge pot that is sufficient to feed 3 pax.

The broth of the porridge is creamy and milky with robust flavours. The fish slices were fresh and sliced to a decent thickness while not forgetting how they were quite generous with the amount of fish that goes into the pot 》$30 / Medium

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Highly recommend the Teochew fish porridge (or soup) at Lee Kwang Kee Teochew Cuisine! 🤤 Super GAO and SHIOK! ($6 for 1 pax portion)

The Orh Nee ($4/portion) was pretty yummy too, especially the caramelized pumpkin on top. Dim Sum was decent tho nothing to shout about, BUT - 20% off all Dim Sum from late night till 10am! 🤑

Best of all, it’s opens 24/7 for all the night owls YAY! Can’t wait to go back to try the other dishes.
🍴Lee Kwang Kee Teochew Cuisine
🌟Teochew Fish Porridge/Soup, Orh Nee
📬 #01-53 Blk 212, Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, S(310212)

Idk if I’d call it the best, but I have to admit it’s crazy yummy. What’s exceptional here is the broth the porridge’s served in: it’s creamy, milky — largely from the starch released by the rice but still — and really robust in flavour. It’s very much like a concentrated fish stock I’d say, with lovely hints of sweetness and a nice kick from slices of fried ginger to keep it from feeling to heavy on the palate. The rice is somewhere between the traditional Teochew porridge, with the grains still holding their structure and bite, and congee. Super duper tasty. And get load of that fish! I can’t attach another photo here but trust me, it’s a really big slice. Really really fresh too.


I could imagine this as the centerpiece of attention which could impress youth and elderly alike. Did I forget to mention about charcoal being the heating element of this steamboat? .
What is contained in the steamboat itself were yam cubes, sour plums and fried fish. The broth was boiled with chicken and fish, giving that richness that I enjoyed. The addition of evaporated milk provided a slight milkiness to elevate the overall taste. I easily drank more than 5 bowls of soup that night. .
Read on foodgem.sg/food/chinese/teochew-cuisine
Where to dine?
212 Teochew Cuisine 潮州菜馆
BLK 212 01-53 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh Singapore 310212
Thanks @desertingbeauty for the review.


Red Garoupa Fish Steamboat
Small for up to 4 pax - $65
This charcoal steamboat looks awesome, tasty just as good. Soup taste fresh and savoury, goes well with a bowl of rice. Free flow top up of soup. Red garoupa fish slices are fresh and tender as well, remember not to overcook it. Somehow the charcoal steamboat felt much tastier than other regular steamboat, maybe because of the heat? Love it , a nice environment to chit chat with friends while dining as well
Lee Kwang Kee
212 Teochew Cuisine
212 Lor 8 Toa Payoh

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The fish head steamboat was light at first but was flavorful gradually as the red snapper fish slices and vegetables were added. The additional of yam cubes and sour plum elevated the flavors and reflected their authenticity in bringing real teochew cuisines to their customers. A tad pricey from $65 onward but worth sharing with like-minded friends and families!