747 Yishun Street 72
#01-108
Singapore 760747

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10:30am - 08:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Heard the bkt soup didn't have flavour so didn't come w any expectations. However, it's actl not bad. Can get if you're getting the fried porridge alr

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Otherworldly. The wok hei is so unique because it's done w porridge instead, it's a familiar yet distinct kind of smokiness. Ingredients were cooked well too, it's a must try, no matter where u stay. Not only is it affordable, the queue moved pretty fast too

Order this, don't ask questions

It's like good fishball noodles, but the lard taste is zhnged. Jesus

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Was so intrigued by the name of this dish I got to give it a try! While it’s “fried” cause of the direct translation, it’s actually 炒粥.

Definitely one of the must try dish here, since it’s their signature. Any hints of gamines from the generous amount of offal within would have been covered by the strong wok hei taste emitting from this fragrant porridge, which was deeply rich and savoury.

Deep peppery bak kut teh which appeals to lovers of BKT because of it’s strong peppery spice. But I wouldn’t say it’s sth extremely “wow”! The “wow” factor comes primarily from the delectable meesua and fried porridge. It’s so, so, so, flavoursome. Meesua was extremely cheap (+$0.50) as add-on to any of the additional mains ordered (fried porridge included). Even w/o the add-on price, it’s priced at $0.80, definitely very affordable too!

I’m not a fan of mixed organs, or any other innards. So I opted for the sliced pork fried porridge instead. Can I say, it’s extremely savoury! At $5/bowl, it’s definitely not the cheapest porridge but the size’s at least 20% larger than the usual ones at cheaper price. There’s also a pretty generous serving of sliced pork slices - well cooked to tenderness. No fatty bits (ie wasted food) that you’ll spit out!

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Here to try out the Bak Kut Teh after hearing a few raves. But the star, is the Fried Porridge and the nondescript-looking Dry Mee Sua.
💫Dry Mee Sua ($0.50) - Springy egg noodles tossed in a hint of pork lard (?) oil and soy sauce. So simple, but oh so good.
💫 Fried Porridge with pork slices ($5) - Savoury in every spoonful of broken rice grains with a wok hei charred aroma hint. The meat slices were fresh and springy, and though my bro said there was a porky taste, I begged to differ.

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