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

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10:00am - 02:30pm
04:30pm - 08:30pm


10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 02:30pm
04:30pm - 08:30pm

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Although it says mee sua on the menu, the noodles felt thicker and more firm like vermicelli. This bowl of braised pig organ mee sua comes with generous servings of lean meat, small & big intestines, liver, tau kwa cubes then garnished with plenty of coriander, minced garlic and fried shallots.

Similar to the fried porridge, it is very flavourful with a savoury taste. Loving the well cleaned and chewy big intestines and super tender pork slices. Every mouthful is full of flavour 》$5

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The porridge is pre-cooked with dark soy sauce and fried upon order where the original flavours are enhanced with umami and savoury flavours and wok hei. It is simply flavourful and comforting to have this especially on a rainy and cooling night.

The mixed organ porridge comes with generous servings of lean meat, small & big intestines, liver, tau kwa cubes then topped with fried shallots and spring onions.

The lean meat is very soft and tender while the braised big intestines are well cleaned with a flavourful and springy texture. If you are not a fan of innards, you can go for the sliced pork fried porridge instead 》$5

Mixed Pig’s Organ Braised Mee Sua (S$5)
Available at @oldworldtampines
For someone who seldom eat liver it was quite nice.

Only got pig’s stomach and pig’s liver. Where’s the lean meat and intestines?

Old World Fried Porridge . Fried Mee Sua . Mixed Pig’s Organ Soup
Address 🏡 : 1 Tampines North Drive 1, # 01-34 T-Space, Singapore 🇸🇬 528 559
Open ⏰ : Tue - Sun : 10am - 8.30pm

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This is their second outlet, with the first being in the North, and they are famed for the fried porridge, but I would like to give special attention to the mee sua. What I have gotten is the Mixed Pig Organ Braised Mee Sua ($5) which comes with chunks of pig organs from intestines and liver to sliced pork. The secret to this bowl and what makes it unique is the flavour and combination of pig organs, that are nicely cleaned with no funky smell. Topped with coriander, minced garlic and fried shallots, this bowl is super comforting, especially when you are having it during the recent cooling weathers.
✨ Old World
📍 1 Tampines North Drive 1, T-Space Happy Hawkers, Unit 01-34, Singapore 528559
🍴 [Self Funded]

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price: $5

gotta say this is a must order!!!! it’s not those shihlin kind of meesua where its like vvv soft & ‘scoopable’ yea if you were wondering (because that was what i thought at first🤭)! it is a whole lot better and each bowl is super generous with the meesua and ingredients!🤤 super flavourful and shiok! ✨ really worth it 🥰

rate: 9.5/10🌟


Ordered a bowl of mee sua along with their famed porridge here and I’m rather disappointed with this. While it’s termed mee sua, it spots a different texture from the mee sua I’m so accustomed to and actually tastes more like 米线.

I love the heap of diced garlic thrown in though, making this dish a lot more fragrant, giving a different texture to the bite along with the generous amount of sliced pork.