166 Jalan Besar
#01-32 Berseh Food Centre
Singapore 208877

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Sunday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Monday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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I have been on the search for a good plate of orh luat ever since the original owner of Ah Chuan Oyster Omelette retired sometime last year.

Lim's Fried Oyster at Berseh FC has answered my prayers. The first thing you will notice about their orh luat is the size of their oysters. They use only oysters from Korea which are huge compared to what other stalls serve and yet fresh and juicy.

The omelette itself is also well executed with a good mix of charred crispy and gooey bits. It is a tad oily and can get abit gelat at times. My suggestion is to whack the coriander and chilli with it to remove the greasy aftertaste!

Last had this a few years back. I’m still a bigger fan of crispy oyster omelettes, but if you enjoy a wetter and more eggy version, Lim’s Fried Oyster checks that box! I personally find it a bit more greasy than I would like, but their tangy chilli helps to cut it back a bit. It’s flavourful and you get plump oysters that are cooked just right.

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Now this is one of better oyster omelettes I've had. The oyster omelette ($5/8/10) had a very good char with a good amount of crispy bits that were really satisfying 😍 the oysters given were so plump as well! Maybe the only downside is that it's slightly too salty HAHA

When you ask about fried oyster in Singapore, this stall will always appear on the list.

From $5 you could already grab yourself a decent plate of it, coming with huge sizes of oyster with the fried egg. Definitely worth getting it when you coming here for dinner.

I don’t usually eat haojian/ orhluak because I don’t rly fancy oysters and I’m not a supper-dish kind of person either, but this was surprisingly good! The egg was very crisp and was very nice together with the gooey starch bits! It is a bit oily though. Oysters are plumper than what most haojians have, the first piece I had was a bit too briny but I the second piece I tried was alright. I still don’t enjoy oysters but I would consider coming back again!

Hidden within Jalan Besar Food Centre is a local gem serving Oyster Omelette aka Orh Luak, with huge and juicy oysters from Korea.

I would say Lim’s Fried Oyster serves one of the better Oyster Omelette I’d tried in Singapore. Those plump and succulent oysters are already a win for me. The moist, starchy and crispy charred combination together with the tangy chilli sauce pack a flavor punch in addition to a good mouthfeel.

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