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24 Foch Road
Singapore 209263

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Friday:
09:00am - 05:00am

Saturday:
09:00am - 05:00am

Sunday:
09:00am - 05:00am

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
09:00am - 05:00am

Wednesday:
09:00am - 05:00am

Thursday:
09:00am - 05:00am

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Had this on a sweltering sunny day but this comforting bowl of pig organ soup (Small, $4.20) would’ve been perfect in this cold gloomy weather.

Am not particularly discerning and haven’t had this for so long, so I can never remember which is the ‘better’ soup. Anyhooooo, I did enjoy this. No kidney for the small bowl so if you enjoy it (not a fan so it’s no go for me), get the large bowl!

Fresh offals with no funkiness, lean meat was tender but my only gripe was that the liver was slightly too powdery. The soup was well-balanced; robust but not overly salty. Loved the addition of salted vegetables and soft tofu!

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Ordered the Pig’s Organ Soup which came with pork belly, meatballs, tofu, salted vegetables, belly, stomach and liver (wishing they included kidney too). The Steam Minced Meat With Chestnut & Salted Fish was tender but couldn’t really taste the salted fish. The meal was worth a try but not as expected given the raving reviews.

When I'm wishing that I can have carbs with this. So darn good. Tender meat, not too fatty, filled with tendons 🤩

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Free refill of soup. Pig organ soup cost $4.20(s) and $6.20 (l). Late dinner so two of us shared just one rice. The soup was nicely flavoured with salted veg added to give it a slight sour taste. The shop is generous with the ingredients too.

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My family has been a regular at Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup for many years and we usually order the pig organ soup ($6), vinegar pork trotter ($6) and steamed minced meat with chestnut and salted fish ($3). The flavourful pig organ soup comes with a good variety of pork belly, intestines, stomach, kidney, meatballs, salted vegetable and tofu. The black vinegar sauce of the pork trotter is on the thinner side, but still pretty appetising. The steamed minced meat is soft and savoury. Paired with a bowl of rice and tangy chilli sauce, the meal is simple and comforting.

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This time I've made sure I took a photo of the minced meat, which was very soft, moist, and came with some salted egg.
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As for the soup, I liked that it was refreshing without being overly salty or gamey. It's generous with innards, lean meat, meatballs, tofu, salted vegetable, pork belly, stomach, liver, intestines and kidney, all cleaned very well. In summary, it's porky without being gamey.
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Cheng Mun Chee Kee
24 Foch road
Singapore 209263
Tuesday – Saturday: 9am – 5am
Sunday: 9am – 12am
Monday: closed
Tel: 6297 5068
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