1 Tampines North Drive 1
#01-34 T-Space
Singapore 528559

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It was just only recently when fried porridge was trending in Singapore and one of the OGs to popularise it was Old World. Stir-fried on high heat to give it a nice wok hei aroma, there is fried beancurd and pork slices to accompany the porridge. Finished with spring onions, fried shallots and a dash of pepper, this is as comforting as it sounds.

Fried Hokkien (Pork Lard) Mee Tai Bak (S$5)
Too oily
Shocked by the layer of oil on top

Addon Dry Fried Mee Sua (S$1)

Still the best fried porridge in Singapore for me, and I’m glad that there’s an outlet near my place so that I can satisfy my craving conveniently. The rice porridge is wok fried on high heat to give it a nice smoky wok hei aroma and flavour with a generous amount of ingredients such as beancurd tofu and pork slices in it.

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Yummy porridge with the wok hei taste! Especially yummy on a rainy weather. $1 noodle is also a great add on though it is slightly salty!

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Located at T-place, a rather industrial set-up place. Need to makan whilst we were shopping for stuff for our new house here. There's digital locks, door, gates and water dispenser suppliers located here.

Located at the food court here is Old world, which has a rather extensive menu, from Bak Kut Teh, to fried porridge.

The fried porridge was good, very thick, with lots of shallots, wok hei very strong.

The mee sua was also rich in wok hei and is served with pig intestine in it.

Overall, I preferred the fried porridge here over the mee sua.

There are also various old world outlets in Singapore located at Yishun and Toh Guan.

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Really glad that Old World is finally back in Tampines, serving their wok hei filled bowls of fried porridge and mee sua. The gooey slurpy texture of the mee sua ($5) with garlic bits that will scare off any vampires and tender meat slices is a perfect lunch treat before submitting into a food coma.