249 Beach Road
Singapore 189757

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Best Hainanese Pork Chop Ive ever had!! The sauce was a nice mix of sweet and savoury, the deep fried pork chop was still crisp and the fries complemented the dish super well. It was $7.80 and they gave me a free cup of grass jelly for dessert:) Uncle Jimmy was really friendly and I loved the 70s vibe of the restaurant!

Would come back for this and to try the chicken chop and chicken pie as well

Drop by and buy their chicken pie you won't regret it. It's a messy and sloppy dish with the thickest chicken pie filling I have ever tasted. Pretty sure the thickness is from potato bcos it was so silky and smooth. Think a blob of chicken filling with a thin pastry!! What a good comfort food 😭❤️

To be honest, this place needs no reviews bcos there was a constant turnover. But I feel like young people needs to know what their missing out here!

The Chicken Chop - Take your pick between mushroom or black pepper sauce. The chicken chop comes with roasted potatoes and garden vegetables.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/prince-coffee-house/

#Noshtalgia is my mash-up of the words “nosh” which means “food” and “nostalgia”. I created it to refer to food I grew up eating. Like pork chop, a dish which I think many families have their own version of. My maternal grandma use to cook her hammered-flat, cream cracker crumbs-coated and fried pork with potatoes, cloves, star anise and cinnamon. It looked and tasted completely different from the one with tomato sauce most people are familiar with. Not quite sure how her recipe came about but I did enjoy it very much. T.H. on the other hand, is on a mission of sorts to find the best rendition of the pork chop with tomato sauce. The one at “Prince Coffee House” on Beach Road is not bad. Although I thought the sauce was rather one-dimensional, there’s French fries, tomato pieces and corn kernels tossed in with the crunchy slices of pork.

How many restaurants can you still find this kind of orange juice on their menu?

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As someone cautious about tomato, this classic can be hit-and-miss for me. The version here is just nice, one that bothers to serve fries that are crispy.