101 Yishun Avenue 5
Singapore 760101

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07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

07:00am - 09:30pm

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Its really tasty and perfect comfort meal for today weather.
gooey porridge served with cuttlefish, pork, meat balls, sliced fish, minced chicken, century egg, liver and intestines.

Ps : yishun branch still only can takeaway, not dine in allowed..
📍Sin Heng Kee.
101 Yishun Avenue 5, #01-19.

One huge bowl with some premium ingredients such as Hokkaido scallop, sliced abalone and 2 huge tiger prawns. Prawns was sweet, plump and juicy. Loving the porridge here!

Xiao bai cai dipped in hot water and served in oyster sauce with loads of addictive fried shallots and garlic bits.

This is gonna be go-to place whenever I’m craving a warm homely bowl of porridge goodness! Truly doing justice to porridge and clearing its name of being just sick people’s food, every mouthful of this gooey goodness was simply heavenly 🤤🤤 Chocked full of ingredients like century egg, sliced dory fish, sliced lean pork, minced meat chunks, liver, intestines (tho a little weird) and cuttlefish, it’s truly worth the higher price with the huge portion and generous serving of ingredients! Topped with fried shallots and sesame oil, it was the ultimate comfort food in a comfortable air-con with no service charge, and will definitely be back for more 💯💯

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Had always been wondering why there is a queue at Sin Heng Kee in Hougang and how they had managed to expand to having two more outlets in Yishun (the other being at Junction Nine) over the years — the newest outlet is the one at Chong Pang, which takes over a photography studio situated just opposite Bei Sheng Seafood that is across the road.

Must say that I am no big fan of porridge, but this one got me smitten — consistently smooth; not too wet and comes pretty fragrant, being simple but yet not too plain/bland. I liked how the fish slices aren't too overcooked here too; almost consistent with the porridge in terms of texture without being fishy; really fresh. Even the ginger added were really refined; not particularly punchy nor stark but adds just the right amount of spiciness to the porridge just to spice things up a little by a notch. A place that I would probably make a return to if I crave for porridge (though probably never happens in my life under the usual circumstances).