[CLOSED] San Lor Bak Png

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63 Kallang Bahru
Food Cheery
Singapore 330063

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With a simple menu featuring their signature Braised Pork Rice ($3.80), you can also add on Taiwanese Crispy Chicken ($5), Firecracker Squid ($5) & more. Expect luscious chunks of roughly chopped three-layered pork belly evenly coated with its sweet & savoury sauce.
Comparison is a thief of one’s personality, but I must comment that it’s not as elevated nor as fragrant as a couple of others I’ve tried elsewhere. Would genuinely prefer a thicker & sweeter consistency with some changes to the ratio of their spices, perhaps with reduced sodium content as well. That said, I like that it remains value-for-money with generous chunks of tender protein piled on steaming hot fragrant short grain rice, topped with braised egg, earthy shiitake, & pickled cucumber. The acidity from the pickles (and chili not pictured) surely helps to cut through all the fats & meat.
Overall, in my quest to search for the best luroufan in Singapore, the basic ingredients always remain the same though flavours definitely vary, the one here is absolutely true to its tagline of “Taiwanese Style, Singapore Taste”, rather homely.
Nevertheless, it’s good to see a refreshing addition helmed by young hawkers in my childhood spot. Bet the older generation in the hood would certainly appreciate their menu as well.
📍San Lor Bak Png
#01-433 Food Cherry Coffee Shop
63 Kallang Bahru, S(330063)
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Taiwanese food stalls seem to be aplenty at food centers and coffee shops of the late; this is from San Lor Bak Png, a new stall at Blk 63 Geylang Bahru, Food Cheery coffeeshop run by the folks behind Chop Chop Western Grill that is located in the same coffeeshop.

Pretty much of an affordable eat; $3.80 for a portion that is pretty substantial. The braised pork here uses parts from the belly; the braising here is a little bit on the lighter side without becoming overly savoury, with the flavours of the spices used coming through after a few more spoonfuls. Pork was more on the lean side; gives the dish more bite in general while the pickled cucumbers help to cut through the meatiness overall. Rice was well-drenched in the light braised sauce, while the mushroom adds a hint of earthiness for some contrast. Not too much of a fan of the stone-cold braised egg that is left by the side, pre-prepared however. Overall, a pretty decent bowl of Braised Pork Rice at an affordable price in the area that should satisfy cravings for those living in the area.