40 Beo Crescent
#01-10 Ho Ping Hng Coffeeshop
Singapore 160040

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Sunday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 03:00pm

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Traditional Hainanese curry rice located at a corner within an old-school coffee shop. Like a normal cai png stall, we get to choose if we want to have our ingredients placed all together on a plate of curry rice or have them served on separate plates. We ordered the crispy pork chop, tau pok, braised pork belly, stewed cabbage and cereal prawns served with rice dosed with a trio of curry, braised sauce and chap chye gravy.

The crispy pork was a popular choice among diners with almost every table ordering it. It was fried till crispy and it is very addictive. The tender with melty layers of braised pork belly soaked up the braised sauce well that comes with subtle herbal notes. Stewed cabbage was well seasoned and cooked till soft. Another popular item was the crunchy and deshelled cereal prawns that consist of coarse bread crumbs, cereal and egg. All these are best enjoyed with a plate packed with flavours, rich and not overly cloying curry rice 》$17

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Visit my fav curry rice before the coffeeshop is close for renovation from 6 Sept 2022. Heard that they are not coming back after 2 months but while I in the queue, ppl told me that they will be back once renovation completes. Anyway, eat first in case they are gone.

Location: Beo Crescent Curry Rice, 40 Beo Crescent, Singapore

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This popular curry rice attracts long queues even on weekdays so you can imagine the snaking queues on a late Saturday afternoon.

I think it's quite overhyped though because I wasn't wowed at all by the curry nor the liao? It all amounted to a whopping $15 too when I didn't even order much meat.

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My hubby and I had strolled over to this hawker stall after wolfing down the Fishball Mee Pok at Havelock Road Food Centre. Hence, I wasn’t famished when it came to our turn, which explains why I did not over-order. Our modest (by my standards 😂) spread comprised of deepfried pork chop, curry sotong, braised “tau pok”, fried eggs and stewed cabbage which we savoured with white rice drowned in curry.
Going to be honest. I have never considered Hainanese Curry Rice to be all that exciting in terms of aroma and flavour but it sure makes up for that with a multitude of textures.

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Very crispy pork, tender pork belly with egg and veggie topped with curry sauce, makes a great breakfast/lunch! And also the price is affordable for only ~$5.. Curry sauce could be stronger tho

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27 Dec’22, Mon🌤
📍No Name Hainanese Curry Rice (Beo Crescent)
- Hainanese Pork Chop🍖
- Fried Prawns🍤
- Cabbage🥗
- Sunny Side-up🍳

The pork chop belongs to the thin and crispy type, can’t really taste or even see the meat, more like a pork-crackling I would say. It’s not bad but I prefer a thicker / meaty pork chop though.

The prawns were the must-order, like it crispy and the seasoning was good (not too salty) but really complement well with the rice and curry sauce!

The cabbage was pretty soft, and the sunny side-up with running yolk, nothing to complain, decent~

Last but not least the curry sauce, not that spicy, just the spice to add a little kick, and it’s quite diluted, not ask thick as I expected, at least makes one feel less heavy and less sinful, not bad…

Be prepared to queue for a good 30min for this during lunch hour…

Damage: $5.50 (excluding coffee)

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