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Signature Dishes
Claypot Frog Porridge
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For more food reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/04/lion-city-claypot-frog-porridge.htmlTalking about the food in Geylang Lorong 9, it is obviously known for its Beef Kway Teow and Frog Porridge which are just located opposite each other separated by a road. If you are preparing to have both for dinner, do not worry about making two trips as whatever you ordered from the Beef Kway Teow territory can be served to the Frog Porridge territory and vice versa.Having Frog Porridge from Lion City Claypot is top of my choice whenever I think of having such porridge, however if you are driving there it may be a little challenging as parking lots are limited.Fried Oysters can be ordered too if you like. For those who do may feel hungry after the frog porridge, it is recommended to order their Beef Kway Teow over the plate of Oysters.As a fried oyster lover, I find that this dish was rather average, nothing much to rave about. Lion City Claypot is rather popular and finally after about 30 minutes of wait, our dinner is here.Slices of ginger were added with cut spring onions were added in reducing the smell.The meat was tender and for those who have not tried before, it texture was similar to chicken but on a delicate side.Porridge was thick and gooey, topped with chopped fresh green onions and this pot of cantonese style plain porridge was at its best consumption when you scoop some fragrant gravy from the frog leg claypot. As they are placed in the scalding hot claypot, do remember to be careful during handling. Out of the few Frog Porridge places in Geylang, the crowd of Lion City best explains its popularity and the standard of food. However as compared to my previous visits, they have not been maintaining the standards. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-28
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For those frog leg porridge fan, you definitely must miss out this famous Claypot frogleg porridge at Geylang. Always crowded once it opens from 3pm, i would be better to be there early to avoid the super long wait.I have ordered their signature gong bao frogleg to go along with the plain porridge.  Before you taste it, you can already smell the super nice fragrant of the gong bao sauce used.  The frog leg is very soft and chewy, and really sweet and tender too.  The added spring onion also enhance the taste of this local delight.The stall is small but is quite tidy.  The service staffs here are quite friendly and approachable.  For less than $10 to grab this yummy dish, is worth the price! continue reading
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Travelled to Geylang to experience a different Singapore... and to tick off something on my experience food check-list, to eat Frog Porridge at Geylang! The whole place is boisterous and lively, with neon lights and enjoying delicious street-food just three metres away from the main road. Do note that the frog porridge here takes around 30 minutes to serve (or more!) because it is very popular. There won't be a visible queue, but there are plenty loyal customers sitting around with huge orders. People watching is a fun experience here though, so no worries about being bored. After waiting for quite a long while, it finally arrived! Remember to tell the uncle to go easy on the chilli because even after mentioning, it is still quite spicy! >_< I only survived with a cold drink. The spiciness is not immediate, it is an overwhelming choking aftertaste upon eating a few mouthfuls. But - the wokhei flavour is marvelously rich and savoury, with tasty together with the tender frog leg meat. I can understand why people are so crazy over this once I started eating it. The second surprise was the porridge itself. it is the Cantonese type of plain porridge, thicker and coarser in nature. The best part is how the porridge is very yummy even on its own. It is simply seasoned with scallions and spring onions... the classic combination to create a delicious porridge pot. Definitely recommended street food at Geylang! ;) Well, but it could get a little messy. Equip yourself with tissue packs and wet tissues. Or you can buy some from the aunties milling around. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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Late night food hunting around geylang for fun. We went to Lor 9 beef hor fun and saw the frog leg porridge was still open so we went over to check it out. I ordered kung pow frog leg and plain congee.Both dishes were served in claypot, as the place was dark and the claypot was deep, you can only hear the sizzling sound and smell the bubbling meat. Fresh frog legs were succulent and very tender. Hot kung pow sauces was tangy, spicy and flavoursome. Thick congee with heavy ‘claypot wok hei’ taste neutralizes the heavy flavored frog legs, making it a perfect ying yang combination. continue reading
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Level2 2013-06-15
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Come to geylang Lorong 9 there are two things you have to try which is beef kway teow and the claypot frog. Someone may feel the frog is disgusting but when you try it you will know that is really nice food. We ordered one large pot of spicy claypot frog and one large serving of porridge. The claypot frog mixed with the porridge, the smell can tell the food is delicious and i just keep eating non stop. continue reading
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