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65 Tiong Poh Road
#01-38
Singapore 160065

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
07:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
07:00am - 12:00am

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Reviews

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Century egg sliced pork porridge ($5.50)

Porridge is bland but tastes okay with century egg and the pork slices. There is ginger shreds mixed in.

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Century egg sliced pork porridge ($5.50)

Porridge is bland but tastes okay with century egg and the pork slices. There is ginger shreds mixed in.

Raw salmon fish ($5.50)

Fish is fresh and good! Comes with ginger shreds, red chilli and spring onions.

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We ordered two bowls of porridges; century egg sliced fish porridge ($5.50) and century egg lean meat porridge ($5.50). We also ordered Kai Lan ($7).

The consistency of porridge was good but it was a bit bland for our taste. Add more sauce if you like. Kai Lan was fantastic and the garlic brings out the flavour of the vegetables.

PRICE:
Century egg mixed intestines porridge with egg $7.50
Mixed intestines porridge with egg $4.50
YouTiao $1
Fried ngor hiang $5
Canned drink $1.50

WAITING TIME: Went at 9pm on a Monday. Queued for 6 minutes, waited another 18 minutes for everything to arrive to the table

REMARKS:
- Fried YouTiao were lao hong already. Not crispy, not soft - awkward to eat it by itself cos it was too chewy
- Century egg mixed intestines porridge with egg had too much sliced ginger in it
- The liver was cooked just right. Not too tough, not overcooked.
- Like the texture and consistency of the porridge
- But...still prefer Sin Heng Kee porridge in general.

WILL WE RETURN? YES

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It’s now become a barely decent bowl, which you probably wouldn’t even know was supposed to be cooked over charcoal after tasting it. Such a shame, but good thing there’s Sin Heng Kee.
No Go
Can Go👌🏼
Must Go

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