Pig Organ Soup / Kway Chap

Pig Organ Soup / Kway Chap

Featuring Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, Authentic Mun Chee Kee King of Pig's Organ Soup, Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre), Cheng Heng Kway Chap And Braised Duck Rice (Holland Drive Market & Food Centre), Ah Heng Duck Rice (Hong Lim Market & Food Centre), Jin Xi Lai (Mui Siong) Minced Meat Noodle, Blanco Court Kueh Chap (Holland Drive Market & Food Centre), Say Seng Cooked Food (Albert Centre Market & Food Centre), Chef Sham H.K. Vinegar Trotter (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre)
Louisa Lau
Louisa Lau

Came here especially for their Pork Liver soup after hearing my friends rave about it. And oh yes, it’s the beet pork liver I’ve ever had! Thick juicy slices that’s cooked just about right (not over-cooked). This bowl is $5. I’ll order their “big” bowl, which is $6 the next time 👍👍😋😋

This stall is the only one that sells this combination soup. And of course, I had to try it since I’ve come here to try their pork trotters anyway.

The soup was “fresh” to me - without additional additives like MSG etc, as with the ingredients. I’d say this is worth having.

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Also tried their Pig’s Organ soup whilst I’m here. It was ok, but not fantastic. Fair amount of pig liver and stomach and some pork slices. I wouldn’t order this again if and when I return though. I’d likely their Pork Trotters.

This recently opened stall has the best value-for-money pork soup. They have sets Soup Bowl sets as well as a-la-carte Pork Hock, Pork Ribs, Spare Ribs, Innards (including the not so common Pork Tongue!), Pork Skin, etc, where you pick the parts you want with a minimum order amount of $4.

Here, I ordered the a-la-carte one Pork Hock and 2 portions of Pork Skin. I want all the collagenous parts! This cost only $5.10.

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Came to the hawker to try my luck this morning, as my previous visit here, this stall was closed. Ordered my favourite dish - Pig Skin, to assess if I would like their style of cooking. Portion was decent, only that certain skins were soft with a bite, while certain pieces were a little rubbery. In comparison, I prefer Blanco Court’s version, which is just 2 stalls away from this.

Returned here to try their Pig Trotter, after having tried their Pig Skin previously. It was superb! The entire Pig Trotter was Super tender - skin and meat! Plus, the portion had a decent amount of meat and skin! Also, I like the consistency of their Pig Skin as well! 👍

Ordered a plate of $4 worth of Pig Skin (my favourite part). I liked that the skin was soft with a slight tangy bite, and that it wasn’t over soaked with the dark sauce! Personally, I like pig skin done this way Esther than those soaked/dripping with the sauce. 👍

Came here to try 2 of my favourite dishes - Pork Skin and Pork Belly. Ordered $5 and $4 worth respectively, without sauce l/gravy.
The portion of Pig Skin was great, but I didn’t like that the skin was still thick with the dark sauce (probably because it’s put altogether in a pot of Pork Skin from the remnants of gravy it was cooked in).
Portion of Pork Belly was ok, and rather lean though.

I may or may not come back for this again.

Decided to try this stall as it’s not common to find a Kway Chup stall that has pig’s ears and tongue- So, ordered one serving of each. Plus, I ordered a large portion of pig’s skin and a small portion of pork belly.
They were all very “fresh” and yummy. Not like those where they’re over-cooked or soaked up in sauce!

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Decided to give this stall a try. The lady told me the minimum order for the pork belly was $5 and the pig organ soup $4. It was a disappointment as the portion as seen in the picture - that small portion of pork belly cost $5! There wasn’t much offals in the soup either.

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