750 Chai Chee Road
#01-25 ESR BizPark @ Chai Chee
Singapore 469000

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10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

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Aside from their speciality, Pig Trotter Rice, another worth a try dish is their Large Intestines Mee Sua. Silky smooth mee sua with Large Intestines are are chewy, clean and flavourful.
Lin Ji (林記) under the @bainiansg Group, 750 Chai Chee Rd, Viva Business Park, #01-24, Singapore
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The pig trotters rice was very nice. The braised meat was very tender and the skin was just slightly chewy which made it more enjoyable. The braise sauce made the rice more moist and tasty. The large intestine mee sua was normal although the intestines did not have any funky after taste meaning it was well cleaned. Will return just for the rice in future.

From Lin Ji
林记 隆江猪脚饭
This simple looking trotters was pretty filling actually.
Definitely tender texture, loved the large intestines too.
Indulgence experience.

Find this stall in Centuries Foodcourt within Viva Business Park at Chai Chee (it also houses Burgs by Project Warung and Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu) for comforting Pig Leg Rice ($4.50). It comes in a decent portion and reminds Burppler Xing Wei of a good lu rou fan, but with trotters instead. The leg is immensely tender and the gelatinous, fatty parts melt in the mouth. Also, try the The Large Intestines Mee Sua.
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

The Large Intestines Mee Sua - Do not be fooled by its ordinary appearance. The overall taste of this dish was really impressive!

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/lin-ji-pig-trotter-rice/


From this relatively new stall which serves Pig Leg situated within Centuries Foodcourt within Viva Business Park at Chai Chee; the very same food court that also houses Burgs by Project Warung and 百年酿豆腐 Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu.

The Pig Leg Rice is pretty affordable here; $4.50 for a decently-sized portion that should be able to fill an average individual just about right. Really liked how this is almost akin to a good bowl of Braised Meat Rice aka 卤肉饭 with Pig Leg instead; the Pig Leg being immensely tender and succulent with the meat being juicy and did not require much chewing — all that with the gelatinous fatty parts that melts in the mouth. The meat also comes well-braised; savoury without any hint of undesirable stench that comes with certain pork dishes. Liked how the rice is also drizzled with ample sauce for a mellow savouriness, whilst keeping the rice moist without being overly wet, while the pickled vegetables helped to cut through that meatiness alongside the coriander, providing a good crunch. Enjoy the bowl with the Chili on the side; a zippy sauce that also carries sufficient heat that tingles the taste buds for those who are tolerable to moderate levels of spiciness. A dish that I would gladly go for again!