303 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
Toa Payoh Town Park
Singapore 319393

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11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

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Fried sweet potato coated with salted egg mix! A must try!

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Perhaps it’s the start of a new year but I was hit by a wave of nostalgia and thought of Oasis Taiwan Porridge, a Chinese restaurant TH and I used to frequent very regularly for suppers about two decades ago. This was during the time when it was located in Kallang - also in a round building and surrounded by water, just like it is now at Toa Payoh Gardens (and if you know what I’m talking about, I guess we’re about the same age 😂).
Since there were just us two yesterday, I could only order most of our old favourites: Stirfried Szechuan Vegetable with Pork, Chye Por Omelette, Cold Silken Tofu in Soya Sauce with Century Egg and Pork Floss, Stirfried Beansprouts with Salted Fish, and Braised Pork.
The highlight for me though, has always been their porridge which is cooked to the perfect consistency with sweet potato. And because it is served in a thermos container wheeled over on a trolley which stays by your table, it is still nice and warm when you help yourself to more later.
Aside from the rather dry braised pork we encountered yesterday, the rest of the dishes were fine. Flavours tasted as old-school and robust as I recall. The food was still on the oily side (it’s like they never got the government’s memo to go healthier 😂) but it’s exactly why the clean-tasting porridge paired well with them I guess.


You know what is the best part of this dish? Which is you can eat without getting your hands dirty! Chicken was deep fried before stir frying in a pot with the cereal toppings.

Served in a big pot for sharing. Ingredients are super generous here. The broth was a tad too sticky to my liking but the lavish amount of fosh maw make up to it!

Plating was slightly different from the usual restaurant or zichar stall. The chicken egg was served with runny yolk that you can break and stir the yolk with the spinach. Light yet flavourful!

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Very generous pot of thick slab pig liver. Nicely cooked in the claypot. Liver was tender and does not have the foul smell.