685 Hougang Street 61
Singapore 530685

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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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These porridges had the delicious classic β€œchouk” texture and were generously filled with the ingredients they promised! Though the taste wasn’t spectacular, it was a good filling bowl of porridge guaranteed to warm you up on the days you need it most :3

The last time i had frog porrdige was when i was a really small child and had no impression of that exp at all! This time I did not hesitate to order it from their extensive menu and was not disappointed! The texture of frog is really intriguing like fish and chicken at the same time HAHA the porridge was so delicious ! with the fragrance of the ginger and spring onions and sweetness from the frogs it really stood out as their Signature. Highly recommend!

Making a bowl of congee isn't as complicated as, say, baking a cake. Sin Heng Kee does all the basics exceedingly well, and has remained the best congee stall in Singapore IMO for years.

You can't go wrong with any of the selections here, and the π—™π—Άπ˜€π—΅ 𝗣𝗼𝗿𝗿𝗢𝗱𝗴𝗲 ($4.50) exemplified Sin Heng Kee's finesse. The congee had a thick, gooey consistency and the thick fish slices were smooth and tender.

Mixing in the egg (+ $0.50) gave it a more luxurious feel while the addition of shallots and spring onions enhanced its fragrance and texture. Truly a flawless bowl of congee and super comforting!

𝐒𝐒𝐧 π‡πžπ§π  𝐊𝐞𝐞 𝐏𝐨𝐫𝐫𝐒𝐝𝐠𝐞
Blk 685 Hougang Street 61
Unit 01-150
Singapore 530685

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If you want a bit of everything, it is best to order their Signature Porridge. Meatball, Century Egg, Egg, Intestine, sliced cuttlefish, pig's liver, sliced fish and sliced pork were all included under the bed of hot congee. Ingredients were tendered and well seasoned.

@sinhengkeeporridge is one of my personal favourites when it comes to Cantonese-style porridge or chok.

My go-to order is their signature porridge which is chok-full of ingredients such as century egg, sliced pork, meatballs, intestines, cuttlefish, sliced fish and minced chicken. Every bowl is warm, hearty and comforting, and perfect for the rainy weather these days.

Big rain calls for a huge bowl of porridge. And not just any tinpot, rinky dink porridge, god no. Only the best will do, and Sin Heng Kee is definitely at the top of the congee heap. I’ve been having their piquant porridges to go for quite a while now, but it’s only recently that I’ve decided to have a proper sit down there.β €
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I’ve been more partial to their sliced pork porridge although their sliced fish & chicken porridges are excellent as well, so I ordered it for the meagre custom of four dollars, and got a handful of pork meatballs for only an extra dollar. The reason why I absolutely adore Sin Heng Kee’s porridge is due to the congee being E X T R A T H I C C.β €
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Yessir, this redolent rice reduction is so dummy thicc you could stand a spoon in it. It’s indulgently carb loaded, and indecently laden with savoury, umami salty goodness. The generous portion of sliced pork is cooked simply but skilfully, with the tender meat bearing no trace of any off-putting pork musk. The meatballs possess a fabulously firm yet sufficiently soft texture, and are also simply yet superbly salted.β €
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When I was a young boy, I’d dodge porridge like how I dodge my problems these days, but I’ve definitely morphed into a thirty year old boomer with chronic backaches and a predilection for palatable porridges. And almost nobody does it better than Sin Heng Kee.

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