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

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05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

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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.

The fried oyster ($5) from Lim’s Fried Oyster is throughly infused with wok hei and chilli oil fragrance🤤 The oysters are plump and creamy, and the tangy chilli sauce helps to keep the greasiness at bay. Although this is not the super crispy type of fried oyster, this is still one delicious plate of fried oyster that is worth the wait!

One of the best fried oyster in Singapore. Stall opens at 6pm. It is moist and starchy texture, with crispy charred bits. The flour texture is just nice. Huge oyster.
Price : $5/$8/$10
Rating: 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Fried Oyster 蠓前 (S$5)
Default version is spicy.
Served with a tangy dip.
If you don’t want spicy, please remind the aunty.
I’m surprised that I finished the whole plate myself easily.

Lim’s Fried Oyster 蠓前林
Address 🏡 : 166 Jalan Besar, # 01-32 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 207 978
Open ⏰ : 7pm - 12am
MRT 🚇 : Jalan Besar (DT22)

Best ou lua in town. The starch was nice and gooey and eggs was full of umami. Oysters were fresh and juicy. Best part was the chili which hit all the right spots. Amazing wok hei too!!

This plate boasted a splendidly moist and starchy texture, littered with crispy charred bits. It's an even and well-executed texture, nothing like the clumpy sogginess typical of mediocre orh luak.
It brimmed with eggy umami, complemented by brininess from the plump oysters and slight heat from the chili. The additional saucer of chili (different from the one it was fried with) provided a magical zestiness that tied everything together.

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