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14 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599738

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10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

10:00am - 04:00am

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Haven’t been to Joo Seng in a while! Food was still as comforting as we remember, but somehow it seemed to be much pricier. Get their tender braised duck if you’re here, it serves as a good pairing with the porridge. We also like the thoroughly braised beancurd!

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Swung by for a late dinner on a rainy day! This Teochew porridge is a perennial favourite and a good choice any time. We had braised duck, cui rou, qing cai and tau kee with two bowls of porridge ($17.20 for two). Love the traditional style of cooking and the strong flavours that are balanced by the warm watery rice. Portion was really filling!! #oldisgold

My go to for Teochew Porridge. Wide variety of choices and plenty of seats available. Their duck and fishes taste awesome!


Total : $17.20

My go-to supper place when there’s a need to fill my tummy at night. Hearty Teochew porridge with a wide selections of dishes to choose from. I always get the braised duck as it goes very well with the chilli sauce provided. For price wise guess it’s along the middle range and it closes only at 4am!

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Teochew porridge has become comfort food to me over the years. I used to hate it as a kid and would always ask for rice because of how tasteless the porridge was but nowadays I really love having a pure white bowl of Teochew porridge paired with an assortment of dishes. Joo Seng Teochew porridge is one of those great places you can patronise at almost anytime of the day (awesome supper place alert!), and have more than 30 dishes to choose from. You’re seriously spoiled for choice and it’s hard to make a decision!!!!

We went with the ladies fingers, chap chye, cai Poh egg, sweet and sour fried pomfret and a mix of taupok, tau kwa, intestines, 3-layered pork and braised egg. As always, they serve the warm dishes super quickly and with a bowl of gravy. Everything that we chose today was delicious, but what stood out the most was the pomfret. We ordered it upon recommendation by the lady taking our order and she vouched that it was good. Indeed it was!!! The fish is tender and easy to peel off the bone, while the skin is deep fried to provide a satisfying crunch when you bite into it. It’s also seasoned perfectly with a delicious sweet and sour sauce! Would order this again the next time we return!

Warm watery teo chew porridge is perfect for the rainy season. Side dishes were delicious and flavourful but not much to shout about. I liked the duck best.