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🐷🍳🌶🥥🐔🥬🥕🍚Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice

Always, always loove Loo’s Hainanese curry rice. I used to live in Tiong Bahru area and have the chance of having this almost at least every week for lunch 😂😂 My favourite combo is simply cabbage + fried pork + fried sunny side up egg!
And for the oozy dripping sauce, i always mix curry sauce, braised pork sauce, and a dash of sweet dark soy sauce (..talk about awesomeness here!) Not long ago, we found out this superb side dish too (swipe left to check it out) its mostly leek, fried tofu and a bit of pork. Its so so good and fragrant. There’s a slight charred aftertaste too! However, mind you, the side dishes change every now and then. So if you happen to see something that you like, make sure to grab it before its gone ✨✨✨ #foodirectorysg

Full of flaws, never pristine, never beautiful. Nevertheless, they try their best and beneath the mess lies an esoteric beauty. Enough about me — curry rice is truly a magical dish where tastiness is inversely correlated to outward appearance.
I would say $9 for a 2-man portion of pork cutlet, curry vegetables and rice is a bit steep. Nonetheless still enjoyed it, the curry was delicious — a lighter aromatic variety that carried delightful notes of sweetness. Pairing beautifully with rice and the cutlet.
The cutlet was also spectacularly crispy, though the classic sweet-sour sauce was a tad sweet; but who cares when you can salvage everything with their delicious liquid gold.
📍 71 Seng Poh Rd, #01-49, Singapore 160071
⏱️ (Fri-Wed) 8am-2.45pm

Finally got to try this and finally understand why there’s perpetually a long queue here! The very definition of comfort food, this down-to-earth eatery dishes out countless plates of curry rice that is absolute comfort food for the heart 💕💕 Every single dish I ordered was good, especially the sotong that was so fresh and soft and absolutely phenomenal when dunked in the curry, as well as the chap chye stewed with love and patience 🤤🤤 Curry here is lighter than what you would expect, but not compromising on flavour with their mix of 2 other sauces with the curry, and really eliminates the whole jelak snoozy feeling post-prandial. Fried pork cutlet, braised pork and sweet sour pork were also pretty good! Very reasonable price for such a feast for the heart, mind and soul 😌😌 Plenty of seats though it might get a little hot, and service is so nice and friendly even though they’re so busy! Definitely a must try if you’re around the area for lunch 👍🏻👍🏻

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I had squid and chicken with rice for $7.

Definitely worth the price, I highly recommend

Ordered curry vegetable, fried egg and pork chop with loads of curry n black sauce. The stall helper even caution that the curry vege was spicy. Indeed spicy. Damage was $4.10. Not many dishes as I was early to avoid lunch crowd.😅. My take is just so so.

I don’t think I am wrong to say Hainanese Curry Rice is the messiest hawker food around. But at the same time, that is what makes it instantly recognisable to most Chinese Singaporeans. Whatever you pick from the few dishes on display, unless it has a distinct shape (like my piece of fried fish), inevitably becomes indistinguishable once the signature curry gravy and dark braising sauce are poured over.
I am honestly, not one for gravy-drenched rice but will make an exception for this hawker food because well, what’s the point of eating it otherwise. So when my dad and I visited “Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice” in Tiong Bahru recently for lunch, I gave a nod to aunty’s raised brow and poised ladle. She swiftly drenched our plates in their signature coconut milk-rich, slightly sweetish curry, followed by a chaser of braising sauce.
We were satisfied with our lunch and I was pleased to see the deepfried pork chop is as resolutely crunchy as ever, standing up to the flood of curry like a champion. The steamed egg was lovely but it would have been better if I could have had a fried egg. There’s nothing quite like a runny yolk, don’t you agree? 😊