100 Jalan Sultan
#01-06/07 Sultan's Kitchen Food Court
Singapore 199001

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10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

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Lobster Pao Fan 龙虾王泡饭
Double Fish Pao Fan 鸳鸯鱼王泡饭
Prawn Roll 虾枣
Available at @FamousPaoFan
Crispy rice, crispy egg floss, chopped spring onion, chopped chilli, and broth packed separately.
Was surprised by the size of the lobster.

Famous Pao Fan 一泡而红
Address 🏡 : Sultan’s Kitchen, 100 Jalan Sultan, Singapore 🇸🇬 199 001
Open ⏰ : 10.30am - 9.30pm

Imperial Pao Fan
Available at @FamousPaoFan
Came in a self heating container
Just need to add water.

Famous Pao Fan 一泡而红

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Lobster Pao Fan.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/pao-fan-singapore/

Tried paofan from @famouspaofan and they were delivered in these self cooking pots to ensure the food wasn't soggy or overcooked. It required 15mins of cooking but the food was good so I didn't mind. I got the double fish paofan which was flavourful yet not too salty. This came with scorched rice as well which was a bit hard but still pretty fragrant. The portion was pretty large too. Swipe to see what the packaging is like!

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Lala Pao Fan ($4.50)
Fresh Prawn w Sliced Fish Pao Fan ($6)
⭐️ 3.5/5⭐️
🍴Maybe it was the high expectations given the positive reviews and long (>30min) wait for the food but the two bowls we tried were largely mediocre and forgettable. Both broths were light, slightly briny, tinged with natural sweetness, but distinctly lacking real depth of flavour. It didn’t help that we were concurrently enjoying their neighboring XO seafood noodle store’s richer and more generous offerings 😅 (review in previous post).

There was also a pretty paltry amount of fried egg floss and crispy puff rice; the bowl felt more like normal white rice in soup. The housemade cincalok sauce served on the side was ok on its own but didn’t seem to pair well with the soups.

Overall, we guess it’s decent if you’re specifically craving for pao fan? But we mostly left scratching our heads at why people love it 🤔

📍@famouspaofan, 01-06/07, Sultan's Kitchen, 100 Jln Sultan, Singapore

Insta: cafehoppingkids

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The sweetness of the kurobuta pork gives the broth the extra lift in flavor, complemented by the clams.