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2 Braddell Road
Singapore 359895

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Friday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

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!

This frog porridge is always super crowded even though parking here is quite the nightmare. And for good reason! Their frog porridge is really good and they give really chunky frogs at a cheaper price than other places. I like the ginger and spring onion version the best because the gloopy sauce is super tasty with warm plain porridge. You can also get other stuff like their BBQ stingray and other seafood, although the squid we tried wasn’t that great.

Hong Chang is an unassuming eating house located along Braddell Road that serves very delectable Kung Pao Claypot Frog Legs. The frog legs were succulent & tender, while the fragrance of the sauce went really well with the smooth texture of the porridge.

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Favourite sambal stingray because the meat seems thicker and pretty tender compared to some others I've tried (where the layer of chili is almost as thick as the layer of meat below...)

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Frog Leg 3pcs ($16, good for 3-5 if you order other dishes) and Plain Porridge (Small is $2, Big is $3).

Found the frog leg gravy a little too salty; adding just a little bit was good enough, but if you add another piece of frog halfway through your porridge, it ruins the balance of saltiness pretty easily :( Aside from that, love the combination of smooth porridge and tender frog legs with the ginger//spring onion gravy. (Ps if you never tried frog, the meat is like chicken, just much more tender. Though the mini bones will remind you that it's frog you're eating)

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Aside from the typical zichar veg dishes like kangkong and sweet potato leaves, they have this random combo where you can choose to mix from these three vegetables (e.g. Have them alone, mix two, or mix three). Petai (aka smelly bean 臭豆) is smelly as hell when you put it in your mouth. One of those things the older generation likes and you might suddenly grow to love as well when age catches up. Thankfully the stink did not affect the lady finger and long bean, which were decently good. You can choose to have it with sambal, or non-spicy with garlic. Go with the non-spicy to save yourself from the must-order sambal stingray.

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