2 Braddell Road
Singapore 359895

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Saturday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Friday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

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From the Burpple community

The main star of this place.

This is top 2 best frog legs I eaten ever.

A must have over here.

The sauce is thick and flavourful and goes very well with porridge or rice.

The frog meat also tasted damn fresh

Tasty sambal for the stingray.

But the stingray was kinda dry for those thicker chunks of meat(because I ordered large)

Otherwise, this is a must order, I will suggest ordering small size to enjoy it to its fullest.

It’s been a while since I had frog porridge! We decided to venture beyond the usual Chinatown/Geylang options and try the highly-raved Hong Chang Eating House (2 Braddell Road) a few weeks back.

The star of the show is definitely the Claypot Frog ($8 for one, $13 for two, $16 for three, $22 for four). We opted for ginger spring onion style and the frog legs are super tender, fragrant and delicious, and it goes very well with the plain porridge. Regretted ordering 2 instead of 3 *cries*

Apart from frog porridge, there is also an array of zichar dishes to choose from, and we had Sambal Stingray ($10-$20), Thai-Style Clams ($9 for small), Butter Squid ($9 for small) and Sambal Kangkong ($6 for small). The chilli dishes are not very spicy but they are quite flavourful and goes well with the porridge - the sambal kangkong has a nice wok hei as well. However, you might want to skip the butter squid as it is quite tough/overcooked~

While the frog porridge is very good, I don’t know if I will brave the extremely long queue just to have this again:P Nonetheless, enjoyed this dinner!

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Located in a pretty secluded corner, this frog porridge restaurant is popular to many, and I can understand why. The claypot frog legs (3 for $16) was pretty meaty and had a good strong flavour from dried chilli sauce. Paired with porridge, this is one hearty meal. They have grilled stingray ($16 for medium portion) as well, and it's pretty sizeable. We got the garlic version of it, which is uncommoy seen 😂 Although the umami from the garlic comes through, we still preferred the dish prepared with sambal. We all agreed that this place is better than the one at geylang 😛

Very yummy, 3 frogs is enough to share between two people. I personally prefer the spicy version over the non-spicy one, but both are delicious in their own right. Price is also reasonable, $16 for the 3 pc

8/10

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Fried rice is my guilty pleasure. I don’t even like glass prawns but the fact that this fried rice has big fried ikan billis inside made it so tasty and perfect. There’s lots of wok hey and they really don’t stinge on the ingredients so every bite is just as satisfying. Eating it with the slightly sweet sauce from the ginger spring onion frog makes it even better. I love it!

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