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49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-42 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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09:30am - 04:00pm

09:30am - 04:00pm


09:30am - 04:00pm

09:30am - 04:00pm

09:30am - 04:00pm

09:30am - 04:00pm

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Soup was well balanced, equal parts sour and salty. Generous helping of liver, stomach, intestines, lean meat and pork belly. Touch of salted vegetables added an old school touch to the soup. Cost of this soup is $6.

Fresh and expertly prepared ingredients from their assorted braised delights to their wonderful soup, this is one stall I always find myself returning to—especially on mornings when I’m severely hungover and in need of proper, nourishing comfort.

The body of their soup is robust and full-flavored with a strong pork flavour underscored beautifully with aromatics such as fried garlic, tomatoes and preserved vegetables.

Everything here was pretty darn good, and make sure you sit near the stall because you can top up that umami (from the salted veg) soup! Only issue was that the rice was sadly grainy, not shiok to eat even with the soup or sauce :/

😍😍😍 Soup is the true winner here, cause wow just wow?? Very generous portion of pig intestines, liver, lean pork and pork belly. But the true carry is the salted vegetables! Though lacking the peppery taste, the flavour of the soup was so so tasty with the salted vegetable coming on real strong 💪🏻💪🏻 Cannot believe the price for the quantity and definitely the quality and something I’ll definitely return for! 🤤🤤

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Pigs Organ Soup ($3.50/small)
The other stall with a comparative queue at Serangoon Gardens Food Centre is Soon Huat Pig’s Organ Soup. The soup base here is definitely less peppery than Ah Seng’s pig’s stomach soup but the portion was generous and 2nd helpings of soup is welcomed. Besides pigs organ soup, they also served braised pigs’ innards aka kuey chap but without any kuey (?!?!) which was a letdown. I did find the braised gravy too salty tasting it directly so be sure to use it for drizzling the rice instead for some added flavour. My favourite item out of both the soup and the plate of braised items has to be the braised intestines as they weren’t gamey and delivered a good juicy and springy bite.

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A taste of this cloudy broth may just convince you why there is a perpetual queue at this stall. On rainy days or when your mood needs a bit of a lift, join the crowds for a bowl of Pig's Organ Soup ($3.50). The sliced pork is on the chewier side, but it's not a big matter as the innards are in fact the showstopper. According to Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang, the innards are very well cleaned, and free of any strong smell. The broth too is very well-balanced, with an interesting tanginess from the salted vegetables and sliced tomatoes.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang