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

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11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

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Since our last visit in May 2019 when we were impressed by how close they were to the holy grail of Ding Tai Fung's pork chop fried rice, King of Fried Rice ("KoFR") has expanded from a single shop front at Golden Mile Tower to stalls in Sengkang and Chinatown.

The parents tagged along with us recently so we had the opportunity to try more of the different varieties of fried rice on their menu.

Flavours-wise, the DTF fried rice is still richer than KoFR's. The pork chop however is amazing as always. I probably wouldn't be able to tell them apart under a blind test.

I am not a big fan of their xo or tomyum fried rice but their crab fried rice was really yummy. The crab meat was fresh and juicy and added a nice sweet savoury touch to the wokhei of their fried rice.

Even though they occupy two shops in Golden Mile Tower, table space still remains an issue. My advice is to go during off-peak hours or be prepared to wait a while for your seats and orders!

Egg Fried Rice (S$4) + Tobiko (S$1) + Crab Meat (S$5)
Egg Fried Rice (S$4)

Note 📝 : S$0.30 for takeaway container per item
S$8 delivery fee

What a cheap and good alternative to Ding Tai Feng’s pork chop egg fried rice! Priced at $6.50, it’s easily half the price if I ate it at the restaurant. The egg fried rice is fragrant with each bite, pork chop is quite a 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