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30 Foch Road
#01-02
Singapore 209276

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Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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Here's their signature dish served in a clay pot and is available in small or big size only. The porridge is fried in a wok before scooping into a clay pot. One glance and there's a lot of Liao on top. Very evidently on top are the fried shallots, leek and pork lard providing a crunch in every bite. There's also slices of meat, shrimp, squid and taro found inside. One would assume the porridge to be quite salty from the colour of the porridge but the taste is surprisingly not salty but quite well-balanced I feel. Don't need to add additional seasoning already. Very tasty and fragrant! Recommended!

Before I start testifying my love for this divine noodle dish, let me first clarify I have no wish to start a food fight or whatever. Singapore, Penang or KL - I love them all!

For you see, depending on which part of the peninsula you’re at, Hokkien mee can mean a very different dish to different people.

While the Penang and Singapore versions use egg noodles or rice vermicelli, the KL Hokkien mee I love uses thick, fat yellow noodles known — no surprise here — as Hokkien noodles.

The northern and southern varieties are untouched by even a single lick of dark soy sauce; the KL version is properly drowning in the stuff.

Needless to say, this KL Hokkien mee was full of smoky goodness, the glossy sauce-coated noodles are chewy and downright delicious to the last slurp! A generous topping of heart-stopping crunchy lard bits are mixed into this orgy of decadence, making it the perfect dish of sheer indulgence!

🗒 Dynasty KL Fried Hokkien Mee, Small ($6.00)

Nothing like what I had expected. Forget about the smokiness flavour or charred, crispy rice. Think of it as the usual porridge cooked with Japanese pearl grains, cuttlefish, diced yam in a thick consistency topped with fried shallots, spring onion and fried pork lard.

🗒 Signature Tasty Fried Porridge, Small ($7.00)

I saw someone visited this place for the KL style Hokkien Mee and I had to go try it for myself. TBH the KL style ones are rare and hard to find so this is quite a hidden gem. Located at an unassuming coffee shop with the name of Dynasty Fried Porridge (皇庭炒粥), it gives people the impression that they're a porridge shop. right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The fat yellow noodles were fried with this delectable dark soy sauce with cabbage and shrimp and topped with fried crispy pork lard. Would be better if they include slices of chicken, pork or squid. I would still pay $6 for this though. Not overly salty but can get quite gelat after a while so it's best to order a large one and share?

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KL Hokkien Mee ($6)
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Black KL hokkien mee from Dynasty Fried Porridge. Haven’t tried the fried porridge but this seductive black beauty caught my attention more. Huge portion for $6 topped with crispy pork lard. I would have preferred less noodles with more ingredients but the wok-hei is definitely on point. I was slurping up the remnant gravy off the plate at the end.

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Affordable and great zhi char in a newly renovated, clean and modern coffee shop Bistro 8. Wasn’t too crowded at 7 on a Saturday night, and you get to order from various stalls so there’s definitely something for everyone. Great for dining in a group with friends and family or even on your own.

Recommendations:
- Signature Fried Porridge (MUST TRY!)
- Omelette with Preserved Radish/Chye Poh Egg

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