Ah Chiang's Porridge (Jem)

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~$5/pax
Ah Chiang's Porridge offers some of the best Chinese cuisines in Singapore, serving a tantalizing collection of dishes that are suitable for group gatherings and casual dining. It presents a variety of dishes, so there is something for everyone on the menu.

50 Jurong Gateway Road
#B1-40 Jem
Singapore 608549

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Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This porridge was absolutely delicious! I added in an egg and it was a splendid decision! Mixed the egg in and it added in another layer of flavour to the already amazing porridge. The minced pork was already flavourful and then it just got better.

Our first time trying Ah Chiang’s and we got the pork porridge ($4.80) with sliced meat and minced meat and the mixed pork porridge ($4.80) which is essentially similar to the pork porridge but with pig liver and intestines. The congee was thick and made extra smooth with addition of egg ($0.60) but needed quite a bit of pepper and soya sauce to add flavour.

What really wowed me was the ginger chicken ($6). The ginger gave a just right amount of spicy kick and in fact, had a sweet-salty aftertaste which complemented the tender chicken really well.

I think we ordered too much for 2 people and we were really stuffed after this meal! Which is a good thing cos we initially thought the porridge may not have enough ingredients.

Saying “good morning” with a bowl of hot Cantonese-style porridge~ westies are in luck with the opening of Ah Chiang’s Porridge at JEMS. Retaining their original recipe, each bowl of porridge give you a comfort old-school taste. Now can I get a bowl of Mixed Pork Porridge or Century Porridge top with You Tiao please~

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If you are seeking for a bowl of comfort in a shopping mall, head over to @ahchiangporridge located at Basement 2 of @jemsingapore. The seemingly endless queue despite the limited seating area does say something about its popularity.

In a hearty bowl of mixed pork porridge, you can find offal such as pig’s liver, sliced pork and a piece of the large intestine. Perfect for offal lovers like myself. I must say they handled it pretty well, appropriate chewiness without any animalic smell. Supposedly cooked over charcoal, the porridge ranged between smooth and silky, though still less creamy than a Cantonese-style porridge but not grainy like a Teochew-style porridge. Served with drizzled soy sauce, spring onion and ginger slices.

A popular side dish was their handmade prawn rolls. Slightly small in size with prawn chunks, but not to personal liking because of the heavy dose of spice powder.

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Huge and juicy pork balls made from minced pork. Do take note of some hard tendons inside the balls that might be too hard to chew.

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