207 Jalan Besar Road
Singapore 208893

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10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

10:00am - 05:00am

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Generous serving of pig offal & pork slices cooked to the right doneness. Chewy and tender pork slices in a sweet and clear broth that was unexpectedly pleasant.

P.S. It rekindled my love for pork liver.

The lean pork and liver are cooked gently, retaining a soft chew. With the other dishes, the Braised Large Intestines are fine enough, as are the Sesame Chicken and Braised Pork Rice, but the Pig Trotter comes with a sweet, slightly herbal braising sauce which tastes a bit flat. @authenticmunchee
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Although this place is famous for their pig’s organs soup, heaven help us if we were going to only order that. Our unscheduled stop at a quaint tea shop where the owner treated us to an impromptu tea-tasting session had led to a couple of us being “ahem” close to fainting (sorry @alicia.kho @rainraineeataway 😅). So a pig-out session was in order.
Besides the aforementioned signature soup, we also got a big bowl of pig’s trotter stewed in vinegar, claypot sesame oil chicken, a serving of “mei cai” (preserved vegetable - @that_dex was right, theirs is exceptional), some fresh green vegetables in oyster sauce and bowls of “lu rou fan” (braised pork belly rice). The food was every bit as good as it’s reputed to be but I do wish their chilli dip was a lot more ballsy.


Tried the soup, sesame chicken and Luo Han Zai.
Soup had a comforting homey taste, with a good amount of ingredients - loved the meatballs too. Free refill for soup btw!
Sesame chicken was decent. Did not like the Luo Han Zai- try only if you are familiar with the dish.

Their braised pig intestines and braised pork rice’s the bomb! Paired with pipin’ hot pig organ soup, this is the perfect meal in SG rainy weather.

Although the prices have raised by $0.20, this bowl of 卤肉饭 still hits the right spot for something simple yet filling.

Packed with juicy chopped up bits of braised pork, every bite is packed with flavour as the remaining braised pork juices are made into a gravy and poured over the rice.

Best part, it’s only $2!! Where else can you get something at $2?