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09:30-04:00
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09:30-04:00
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Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Chicken Porridge Fish Porridge
Review (8)
Level4 2014-12-12
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This was recommended by my friend and so I decided to try it. We had the salted vegetables, stir-fry dou miao, salted egg, stewed duck, minced meat, and 2 bowls of porridge for $17.30. The dou miao was a bit hard to swallow despite chewing many times and it was plain-tasting. The salted vegetables went well with the plain porridge, so did the salted egg. The stewed duck was tender and delicious but the gravy was slightly too salty for me. The minced meat also went well with the porridge because of the contrasting tastes. It was a comforting dinner during a cold and rainy day. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-05
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For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.comWhere to go when hunger pangs in the middle of the night? Perhaps you can try this Teochew porridge in Bukit Timah area. Be spoilt for choices when you see the array of dishes from their showcase.The bright orange Otah is never my choice to go with porridge but since my friend likes it, we had ordered one. The taste may not be tastier than what we got from the NEW MOON brand Otah and when compared, taste of Otah was mild.How can teochew porridge goes without the staple braised duck? Meat was sweet and infused with black sauce, supported by a bed of thinly stripes of cucumbers. Not every dishes come in warm temperature and just like that plate of Ladies Fingers, however they are still quite fresh and good to go with a bowl of hot porridge.The same configuration as how ladies fingers was cooked but with a slight tweak as minced pork was added. Though we may see red chilli, it wasnt spicy at all.Another item on the display that will please most home cook dishes lover will be its Cai Po Egg. The salty content from the Cai Po was well controlled and have a good ratio with the amount of egg.Minced Pork Meat is my all time favourite dish for porridge. With its spiciness and unique taste together with black bean used, it somehow reminds me of my granny's dishes.Love the spicy flavours from the fresh La La. Yum Yum!Arrived in warm bowl with vegetables braised to its soften peak, lending us to easy swallow down with the bowl of Teochew porridge. This dish definitely cant be eaten alone with the bowl of porridge as it was rather salty. With all dishes ordered, 3 bowls of porridge and 1 rice. It sums up to $30.50. Price maybe steeper than Ye Shang Hai but I felt that the range still fall within the same range as most shophouses Teochew Porridge.With some hits and misses, being a Teochew, I dont mind visiting them once in a bluemoon for such stomach comfy food like this. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-19
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This is one of my favourite teochew porridge restaurants in Singapore. I like to eat here because the porridge is not those watery type. I preferred those teochew porridge with a lot of rice grains. You can even ask for a bowl of teochew porridge less the rice water. Besides that, I like the varieties and sauces served here.I ordered 7 dishes and I enjoyed each and single dish. It cost me $33, quite worth it considered I ordered promfret, duck meat and the clam today. To get here, alight at Clementi MRT station and walk to the bus stop at exit B. Take bus number 184 and the restaurant is 11 bus stops away. It will take about 10-20 minutes of travelling time depending on the waiting time of the bus. continue reading
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Level3 2012-04-11
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Located on the corner of Bbukit timah, I am not too sure what is the speciality of this Teochew Muay stall other than the fact that it is commonly referred to and known by most as the white porridge with dishes.. Although this place is comparatively pricey, there are some reasons, which perhaps allow them to get away with it. Seriously I think all the teochew porridge stalls are alike, don’t know why some are so expensive continue reading
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I love eating Teochew porridge whereby the rice of the porridge are whole and grainy. My friend and I ordered 5 dishes and two bowls of porridge. The portion for each dish was alright but the price was a bit steep compared to options like the famous Ye Shang Hai at Bukit Merah. We estimated that the price could be around $$15 - $18 but when the bill comes it was around $20+. Was a bit disappointed when the otah was cold when arrived but the rest of the dishes save the night. The staff is also kind enough to give us an extra bowl of sauce to mix with our plain porridge. continue reading
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