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11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

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A comforting bowl of braised pork rice. Braised pork is braised for 14 hours, that explains how tender and tasty is the meat.

The pork was well braised and it’s tender enough to melts in your mouth. The sauce is not too oily and sweet, but there’s a particular spice (which I suspect is tangerine) used in marinating. They ran out of the usual black fungus and replaced it with the choice of braised mushrooms or peanuts. Wanted to add-on preserved veggies but they ran out of that too, so I add-on the tau pok instead which I wouldn’t order it next time, tastes pretty average and not worth it.

(S$3.50, add-on Tau Pok additional of $0.50)

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The pork was well braised with the herbal flavour of the sauce thoroughly infused into the meat. The meat is usually served with black fungus and a braised egg, but it ran out by the time we arrived. Instead we were served braised mushrooms and pickled vegetables which were tasty substitutes. Last but not least, if you're a chilli lover like me, you must have their homemade chilli sauce. It will give your taste buds a fiery kick.


@mrlorbak immediately came to mind. All that fatty meat that disintegrates in the mouth. Really missing everything in this bowl.

The same team behind the trending claypot rice concept House of Happiness in Simpang Bedok (@house_of_happiness_sg), Mr Lorbak specialises in Taiwanese-style braised pork belly and pig trotter rice, with various optional sides such as braised mushrooms, tau pok and pickled Chinese vegetables available to customise your comforting bowl of porcine indulgence.


And it really was not boombastic to say how fantastic just how good it was.
Living up to its stall name, the fats of the Lorbak literally melted in the mouth. It was perfectly braised in the dark and intense-flavoured Lor gravy that carried a subtle taste of spices. We liked that it wasn’t salty though the Lor flavour was strong.
The braised pork trotter was also not to be missed. Its thick but soft skin, braised in the same Lor, was so sinfully satisfying. Likewise for their braised chicken wings.
To try out all these can get a little too much meat and jelak so a group of 3-4 would be ideal to share. They offered sides like preserved vegetables, peanuts, mushrooms and tofu although they played only small complementary roles.
Yes we enjoyed @mrlorbak_ubi_branch but our next itinerary would probably be to @house_of_happiness_sg to check out more of what else they have to offer.