From the Burpple community

Recently, porridge became more and more popular. Fried porridge, Teochew Porridge, Pao Fan. So when Old World opened their latest outlet in West Coast, I just had to go join the queue.

Yes yes they have Bak Kut Teh but we are really only hankering after their wok hei infused fried porridge and their incredibly simple but super tasty dry mee suah. The Mixed Pork porridge did not disappoint. A bit salty but has wok hei. Lots of stomach, intestines, bits of fried bean curd and shallot oil drizzled on top.

But the one that stole the show is of course their mee suah. A simple bowl of dry fried mee suah, pre-cooked so it is served cool and not reheated, comes with only spring onion, fried shallots and a couple of croutons of lard, nonetheless the flavours that explode on your first wonder what hit you. And only $0.80 per bowl!

I’ll be back to try their other mee suah dishes but I suspect this will remain the favourite of most patrons.

@oldworldbakuteh has opened their 4th outlet, finally to the west! First time trying? Highly recommended to go for their Fried Porridge. What I had is their mixed pig organs fried Porridge ($5.00) and they have options for Pork Slice Fried Porridge too. Smoky Wok-hei flavour, so shiok!
Location: Old World Bak Kut Teh, 727 Clementi West Street 2, Singapore 120727
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