Beef Rice Bowl

$14.00 · 5 Reviews

Specialising in savoury rice and noodle bowls, this wallet-friendly joint along Rangoon Road is one to bring your friends to for a hearty lunch around Farrer Park. The 72-hour slow-cooked Beef Rice Bowl ($14) sports tender, slightly charred beef slices and a wobbly 63° onsen egg on aromatic Japanese rice. Alternatively, have the creamy and generously-portioned Smoked Salmon ($12) bowl – opt to have it with their springy dry la mian!
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A small restaurant along Rangoon Road serving only a few choices of Asian inspired rice bowl. The chef behind this restaurant was previously from Rice&Fries. Chef Ken has now settled here in this cozy space.

Their slow cooked beef was prepared for 72 hours and make it into slices drenched with teriyaki plum sauce. You can choose to eat it with Japanese rice or Shanghai noodle. $14

Add onsen egg for another $1.50 to complete your meal.


If you liked the food at Siglap's Rice & Fries (now closed), look to this new rice bowl spot to find chef-owner Ken Chia back in action. The concept is simple, centred around the idea of a solid, trustworthy meal — rice bowls! We like the 72-hour slow-cooked Beef Rice Bowl ($14) sporting tender, slightly charred beef slices and a wobbly 63° onsen egg on aromatic Japanese rice. Other favourites include their Teriyaki Chicken Signature Rice Bowl (S$8.00) and Mala Pork Collar with springy Shanghai noodles ($10).
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A new rice bowl shop wants to bring “饭” to the Farrer Park neighbourhood.
No stranger to the Food & Beverage industry & local taste buds, @tiefunwan is helmed by @chefkenchia, an experienced Chef-Owner who has brought to market restaurant-cafés such as Rice & Fries and Pasta Meat & Sauce.
P2: Teriyaki Chicken Signature Rice Bowl $8.00.
+ 63 degree Onsen Egg $1.50.
Using Premium Japanese Pearl Rice; Teriyaki Chicken with Teriyaki sauce.
Adore the Japanese rice mixed with the sweeten Teriyaki sauce.
P3: Chicken Teriyaki.
Can’t get enough of Teriyaki Chicken from the rice bowl? You can order additional Chicken Teriyaki by itself.
P4: Ma La Pork Noodles
New item not on the menu yet.
Slightly spicy & mala & will go away after a while.
The specially sourced Shanghai noodle goes very well with the Ma La.
P5: 72-Hr Slow Cooked Beef Rice Bowl $14.00
Premium Australian beef is used for the 72-hr Slow Cooked Beef Rice Bowl.
Adore the savoury of the beef rice bowl & the tenderness of the beef slices.
The slice of the beef is large enough to roll the rice & be eaten like Beef Sushi.
Everyone’s favourite & is the best selling item in the cafe.
P6: Braised Pork (Lor Bak) Rice Bowl $8.00.
Chef’s Teochew & Hokkien version of the Lok Bak.
Soft, tender and succulent.
Note: All rice bowl can be replaced with Shanghai Noodles without extra charges.
Homemade Iced Honey lemon, Lemongrass & Sour Plum drinks are available.
Tiě Fun Wǎn
89 Rangoon Road
Call +65 9743 6650 for reservations and bookings.
Seating capacity: 18 indoors / 12 outdoors
Opening Hours:
Weekday Lunch / Dinner:
11am – 2pm / 5pm – 11:30pm
11am – 12midnight
Thank you Xin Hui @mrshelder @tiefunwan for the invite & hosting; @chefkenchia for the wonderful lunch.
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Tender slices of beef that retained some bite were nicely charred as I could smell the aroma. The sauce was slightly sweet and it compliments well with the beef and rice.
72-hour Slow Cooked Beef Rice Bowl at S$14.
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Where to dine?
Rice and Fries
89 Rangoon Rd, #01-03, Singapore 218375
Thanks @desertingbeauty for the review.