347 Jurong East Avenue 1
#01-206 Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre
Singapore 600347

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07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm


07:00am - 05:00pm

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Really smooth texture with the grains almost disintegrated. Flavourful as well, and do ask for more of their well minced fried onions which distributes more evenly in the porridge than the normal bigger ones. Their spring onions have a nice edge to them too. The pork, while tender, doesn't have the strong marination which many places have and thus I prefer this cleaner tasting version


Congee in Boat Style mixes sliced fish, cuttlefish, chives and peanuts making a lighter option. With the Pork Congee, liver and fried pig intestines gives a rich porcine flavour. Mixing in the garnish of fried shallots and spring onions, Breakfast congee from Li Fang Zhou Pin is flavour rich. It's ceamy thick consistency is comfortingly warm. Don't forget to add-on egg ($0.50), and with the salty crisp of a freshly fried dough stick, you are complete.
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Breakfast congee from Li Fang Zhou Pin started with this Century Egg With Lean Meat Congee ($3). Mixing in the garnish of fried shallots and spring onions, it's flavour rich with tender fresh slices of fragrant pork. Creamy thick consistency comes comfortingly warm with generous bits of century egg mixed in. The chew of soft pork in smooth congee with a light bounce of century egg bits has just the right amount of porcine flavour, so good already on its own. Don't forget to add-on egg ($0.50) and with the salty crisp of a freshly fried dough stick, you are complete.


Located within Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre, this stall draws the crowds in with its silky smooth congee. Business starts at 7am in the morning, so plan to have this for an early breakfast before heading to work. Otherwise, expect to wait 15 minutes during peak hour, as each bowl of congee is made upon order. Follow Tastemaker Amanda Liu's lead and order the Century Egg with Lean Meat Congee ($3) that comes topped with fried shallots, spring onions and a freshly fried dough stick (you tiao). Be sure to add on an Egg ($0.50) too! Don't be fooled by the congee's lacklustre appearance. Tastemaker Amanda loves the consistency of the rice grains and how every spoonful is so rich and flavourful!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Amanda Liu


The perfect bowl of breakfast comes in a form of a pipping bowl of congee, topped with a fresh egg, freshly fried shallots & lucky for us, freshly fried you tiao.

What I love most of congee is the consistency of the rice grains & how every spoonful is always so rich & flavorful!

Expect to wait about 10-15 minutes for this bowl of congee, but trust me, it'll be well worth it!



Every hawker needs a good porridge stall and Li Fang Zhou Pin definitely fits that bill.

Expect a 10 minute wait for your porridge as they prepare it piping hot. Worth the wait though, with grains boiled down to a smooth gruel and generous ingredients. The clincher for me was the freshly fried you tiao! ๐Ÿ˜œ