6001 Beach Road
#B1-56 Golden Mile Tower
Singapore 199589

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

What a cheap and good alternative to Ding Tai Feng’s pork cutlet egg fried rice! Priced at $6.50, it’s easily half the price if I ate it at the restaurant. The rice is fragrant with each bite, pork cutlet is quite big portion that is so tender and well marinated. Not forgetting the chilli that goes really well with the fried rice too. Will definitely come back for more 😋😋😋

Tip for first-timers: if there are people standing around waiting outside the shop, that’s not a queue to join; just go straight to the counter to place your order, then you’ll be informed the estimated waiting time (mine was ~40min at 7+pm), and that’s when you wait around like the rest for both a table and your order to be ready. I learnt as much too myself.

Definitely worth it though 😋

Finally tried the famous fried rice at Chinatown Food street.. The wok-hei infused egg fried rice with gigantic piece of tender & well-marinated pork chop.. Add on tobiko for the extra crunch.. Thankfully no queue & food came within 5 minutes.. Will definitely be back for this tasty & affordable plate of flavorful pork chop fried rice..

Walking around the neighbourhood & found the newly open outlet in Bedok.. Pork cutlet is very tender & well-marinated; fried rice with some wok-hei; add on tobiko for the extra popping feel

For those thinking of dabao home or ordering using Grab or Food Panda, don’t. Their Fried Rice is really good, the pork chop succulent and juicy. Their chilli sauce is more like the fried chilli type from Lao Gan Ma. But no matter how good they are, the food tastes better at the stall. If you want to avoid the queue, go before 5pm.

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Finally made my way down to the highly raved King of Fried Rice and tried the new flavour, crab fried rice. It was pretty yummy and I liked it because it came at a good value (this was $10 whole the others were about $4-$6.50). I would have liked it more if there was more wok hei in this, but I did enjoy the crunchy roe that came with the juicy crabmeat 😋

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