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116 Commonwealth Crescent
#01-129
Singapore 140116

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Monday:
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 11:30pm

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Price

~$15/pax

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Omg the milk powder pork is damn good. The cockles also damn good. Will come back again!!!

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I’ve been seeing this dish in Chinese restaurants all over only recently...but the one here really takes the cake. I don’t think spinach can differ that much in terms of taste but the soup is like nectar for the gods! Silky to the tongue with threads of beaten egg and salty to just the right degree, we were all fighting to get our hands on the ladle!! Some of us agree that they could do with a little more century egg, but at least the taste is strong enough in the soup, so that’s good enough for me!

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Maybe I should’ve taken the waitress’s advice and ordered the signature tofu w/ enoki instead because this dish was a disappointment from start to finish. The hot plate was barely bubbling upon arrival and looks rather sad with just 6 measly sunken pieces of tofu and barely anything else. We tried scavenging for minced meat, which only amounted to a spoonful’s worth.

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Popped one of these babies into my mouth and did a double take...it tastes almost exactly like soy garlic flavored Korean chicken! They’re a little heavier on the salt (I felt a sore throat coming on almost immediately after polishing off half this plate 😅) but that only adds to the flavour. The fried garlic slices were a nice touch, adding some bitterness that lessened the sweetness of the glaze!

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Simply put, this dish is DA BOMB!! Also a milk bomb since it’s as if a can of baby milk powder exploded all over!! Beneath the abundance of sweet and grainy milk powder, each strip of pork is crisp on the outside and tender within, lightly glazed with a savoury sauce which helped the powder adhere. It’s an interesting combination of textures and flavors, definitely go for this if you’re here!

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Took me so long to finally try this! It was really crowded during dinner time but the efficiency of the staff makes the waiting time bearable. Food orders were taken first while you wait for a table.

Not exactly aesthetically pleasant as it looked like a mess of powder splattered over few pieces of pork ribs but the taste made up for that. Each piece of pork rib was fried till tender yet not too greasy. On first bite with the condensed milk powder coating, you really feel the sweet and savory harmonizing in the mouth. The buttery flavour kicks in pretty slowly, which I didn't expect as I thought it should have a strong dairy flavour. Not complaining though, as I found myself picking up the milk powder chunks and wiping the plate as clean as I could. Somehow just got addicted.

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prawn paste chicken. mayo floss prawns. you char kuay. sambal kang kong. enoki beancurd. prawn omelette. yusheng. food was served damn fast and all were to my liking. a true blue heartlander. 22 per pax. #twochefseatingplace #yusheng #heigous #burpple #sgfood

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Highly recommended by my colleagues, I finally made my way down to Two Chefs recently. Covered with condensed milk powder and thrown-in with fragrant curry leaves, Two Chefs Eating Place’s signature Butter Pork Ribs was utterly delightful. Wondrously tender with a melt-in-your-mouth quality, the almost fluffy texture of the pork ribs were superb. A dish seen on almost every table; the addictive snow-like dust made with melted butter combined with flour, and milk is certainly a novel yet tasty idea. Hence, with the creamy overtones mixed in with the sweet and the savoury, it was right up my alley. And not cloying sweet, I will definitely order it again!

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Veg with egg, salted egg & century egg ($8/$$10/$14) 👍🏻Like how ‘sweet’ the broth was
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Fried Squid ($8/$12/$16) 👍🏻👍🏻 Super crispy & addictive!
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Butter Ribs ($8/$12/$16) 👌🏻This was a unique dish with snow flakes like butter & condensed milk. First time seeing this & found it rather interesting. Sadly the taste was ok & didn’t give me the ‘ooo’ & ‘ahhh’
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Salted Egg Prawns ($15/$20/$25) 👎🏻 Quite disappointed with this as salted egg should be tasty for every dish. Rather bland & lacked aroma
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Salted Fish Bean Sprout ($8/$10/$12) 👎🏻 Something seemed lacking in this simple dish, just not delectable
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Omelette ($6/$9/$12) 👌🏻 Nothing fancy, nothing special, just the usual
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Golden Mushroom Beancurd ($8/$10$12) 👌🏻Soft & silky tofu, not bad not bad
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And so I was told this place was very packed & super crowded especially during weekends. Honestly, the dishes didn’t ‘wow’ me. But I must agree that the pricing was reasonably affordable.
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#burpple

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My cocaine bliss. My legal high. My perfect dish🍴#AATeats #porkribs #burpple

Had butter ribs ($8) and drunken cockels ($7) and it tastes so good. The butter ribs is both sweet and salty at the same time while the drunken cockels is fresh. Recommend to come at around 6pm as queue starts to be long from 6:45pm.

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Finally settled my craving for butter ribs! Pork ribs were tender and it blends well with the slightly sweet condensed milk powder. For those who have a sweet tooth, this dish is highly recommended for you. We went at about 930pm and they served the food within 10mins! Another dish you won’t want to miss out is the spinach with egg, salted egg and century egg ($8). Please go early to beat the crowd!

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The meat is not as tender as I remember! Luckily the prawn paste chicken and cereal prawns are good. Small portions at $8, $8 and $15 respectively.
If you do takeaway, do be careful. Once they forgot our rice and this time they got the time wrong so we had to wait though we already placed an order in advance 😅

Butter Ribs ($8) - covered with condensed milk powder and curry leaves, the pork was fragrant and slightly sweet. Drunken Cold Cockles ($6) - it was served cold, loaded with garlic, chives, and doused in a spicy sauce. Honey Fried Chicken ($8) - the chicken was well marinated as the inside was tender and flavourful. It was deep fried till the outside was crisp. These three dishes with two plates of rice came up only to $24. So cheap and delicious! Definitely will come back and try the other dishes.

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Finally got to try the famed butter pork. And I have to say, it's quite delightfully yummy. I was really very skeptical about the use of milk powder, as quite frankly, I don't really like milk powder since young. But that generous helping of milk powder really did bring out that buttery-milky taste. Looked totally unappealing, but absolutely mouth-watering satisfying.

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