Lu Rou Fan

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Lu rou fan ($10),sirloin bowl ($10) & smashed potatoes ($5)

It's easy to keep track of your spending at this snazzy Chinatown establishment, as everything on the menu, even the drinks, are priced straightforwardly at $5 and $10. The laid-back yet hip setting as well as the tasty dishes have struck a chord with the Burpple community. Here's what you shouldn't miss. The Lu Rou Fan ($10) is a popular lunch special that sees rice topped with a huge slab of tender braised pork belly, alongside kailan and a sous-vide egg (for dinner, you get two melt-in-your-mouth belly slabs plus free-flow rice), while the Salmon Don ($10) impresses with the generous portion of perfectly cooked, pink tender fish. Make sure to get the Fried Chicken with Seaweed Mayonnaise ($5) to share. Burpple Tastemaker Vanessa Kou loves that the battered chunks are super crisp and surprisingly juicy on the inside, and lovely dipped with the housemade nori mayo. We're not so hot about the desserts here though; so consider sticking with the savouries.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Fiona Ting

Sharing portions but they do have individual rice bowls as well. ๐Ÿฅ„
Love the concept that was adopted from a drinking game of Five Ten, there are some hits & misses though. Personally I'd preferred if the Lu Rou Fan which is a quintessential Taiwanese Classic that I adore used minced up stewed Pork rather than a slab of pork belly. ๐Ÿฅ“
The weaker link here will be the desserts section, fried milk is alright but it's paramount that one eat it right away when its pippin hot. Other than that it'll be the freshly churned Ice Cream that Apiary provides which is just a stone throw away. ๐Ÿ”–
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Everything here costs either $5 or $10. Including the beverages and desserts (featuring icecream from apiary). Slightly pricey since the braised pork is $10 given the portion and my red tea is $5 which tastes just like any red tea elsewhere. But the crispy fried chicken is recommended because it's addictive, marinated and only $5. A new bar restaurant along South Bridge Road which plays loud music suited for you to unwind instead of catching up.
Tip: Go during lunch time when their Lu Rou Fan (braised pork rice) comes with onsen egg all in a bowl for just $10.
Nonetheless, i enjoyed my company for that night. Love it when someone took the efforts to search and plan for dinners.
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ACAMASEATS & GTK๐Ÿ’ฎ: Those who know me, even a little bit, are familiar with my unholy attraction, addiction & affection to the king of all meats which is Pork. Therefore it's unprecedented that this will be a must order for me here. ๐Ÿ˜‹
A huge chunk of Braised Pork Belly right smack on a rice bowl (FYI they serve free flow rice here), the golden larva of egg yolk goodness just turns people on. Oh, even the Kai Lan is quite flavourful too. But frankly speaking, I ain't got one for that?! I'm all for that Pork Belly Baby. ๐Ÿ––๐Ÿป
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This casual pop-up is oso so called becausee errthang is priced as such. Expect affordable small & large plates by Chef Shawn Koh who's previously from Salted & Hung; featuring quintessential flavours of Taiwanese cuisine with a Southeast Asian touch @ $5++ or $10++ respectively.
Lunch menu (till 5:30pm) is scaled down with 4 Rice Bowls ($10), 2 Sandwiches ($10) & 4 sides ($5) with the bowls & sandwiches given way to small + big plates in the evening with 14 items on that menu! Will definitely be back to try the food @ nite but meanwhile in frame we'd: 3 Rice Bowls (Lu Rou Fan / Steak Rice Egg / Fried Chicken Rice) & 2 Sides (Tau Kwa Century Egg / Fried Chicken Seafood Mayonnaise).
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237 South Bridge Rd
Singapore 058786
Phone: 6924 73526
Operating Hours: Tue - Sat
10am - 10pm
10m - 2pm

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It comes with kailan and a sous-vide egg that can be tossed together with the sauce drenched rice!


All items at Five Ten costs either $5 or $10. This Lu Rou Fan ($10) is one of their star mains here. A perfectly braised pork belly, a wobbly egg and some green Kai lan atop a mound of drenched rice. The star of the dish is definitely the fatty pork belly, which melts in the mouth and tears at the lightest of touch.

The Steak Egg Rice ($10, not pictured) is another stellar option to choose from.


You read that right โ€” this casual joint in Chinatown dishes out sharing plates, rice bowls and sandwiches that are priced at either $5 or $10. The food is very good (we hear the kitchen is helmed by former sous chef of Salted & Hung) and there are communal tables to accommodate large groups, making this two-week-old spot a popular one with those working nearby. At lunch, start with the addictively tasty Fried Smashed Potatoes ($5) and the Fried Chicken ($5) served with a squeeze of house made nori mayonnaise on the side. The menu reminds us of a playful take on Taiwanese street snacks. Sink your teeth into the crowd favourite Steak Sandwich ($10), where a nicely grilled steak is sliced into bite-sized pieces, topped with a generous portion of caramelised onions and slathered with bearnaise. All this is sandwiched between two slices of toasted bread that provide just the right ratio of meat to bread. For something heartier, go for the Lu Rou Fan ($10), a rice bowl topped with thick chunks of what we deem as the most tender braised pork belly, a sous vide egg and kai lan. Pro tip: Swing by at dinner with your colleagues and kick back with half a pint of beer, all priced at $5!
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua