2 Orchard Turn
#B4-66 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

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10:00am - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

There’s two option of either $6 or $10.

This is the portion for $6 and sadly it’s a far cry from the original stall at old airport.

Signature Bak Chor Mee Soup

(from Famous Eunos Bak Chor Mee)

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This treat comes with green chendol jelly made from scratch with pandan leaves & a generous portion of sweet azuki beans ❤, all served in fresh creamy coconut milk 🥥 topped with finely shaved ice ❄. Coupled with a generous drizzle of gula melaka, this makes one alluring bowl! 🤤

I had high hopes for King of Fried Rice after reading about them in the Sunday Times. How they are priced at half of Din Tai Fung’s original dish but still boasting similar taste and quality. So I did a takeaway on a Monday late afternoon to beat the dinner crowd. I ordered the Egg Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet which costs $7.20 (inclusive of $0.30 for takeaway). The takeaway order came with a tiny container of the XO sauce like chili (not pictured). When I opened the box at home, a nicely browned huge slab of pork cutlet was draped over the fried rice. Maybe it was the high expectations cos when I tucked into the fried rice, there was no fireworks. I recalled thinking this is it? I couldn’t detect any trace of wok hei. The fried rice itself tasted almost bland though it was fried very nicely and evenly with every rice grain covered in egg. The pork chop was very tender but tasted a tad salty. In fact the highlight of the entire dish for me was the chili. Man it packs a punch and a tonne of flavour. A flavour bomb alright. My throat has been acting weird lately but that didn’t stop me from mixing every bit of chili I could get out of the tiny container and mixing it all up with the fried rice. That did it for me and I polished off every single grain of an otherwise pretty meh fried rice.

You can also lay your hands on the Pork Cutlet Egg Fried Rice ($6.90) from @kingoffriedricesg 🐖🍳🍚 which is said to be comparable to DTF. I must say that the huge slab of pork chop was really tender 👍🏻, while the rice was well-executed (not wet or clumpy)! Just wished there was more wok-hei!

For a lighter bite, you can have the Shui Kueh ($3.20/5pcs) from @jianboshuikueh! 😋 I like the savoury chai poh and chilli which goes very well with the soft kueh. Have it piping hot for maximum satisfaction 🔥