For those living in the West, this is a good place to satisfy your frog leg porridge cravings instead of having to trudge down all the way to Geylang! Also, the good news is that the food is cheaper here! I remember paying $25 for 3 frogs and porridge for 2 pax at Geylang while it's just $20 for the same amount from this stall at Block 491.It's my 2nd time here.. the first time we had the gong bao frog legs (frog legs with dried chilli) and this time we had the ginger & spring onion frog legs. Other than the fact that one is spicy and one isn't, the taste and looks of the 2 types are similar to me, where both pots of frog legs come in a thick dark salty sauce. Personally I prefer the gong bao frog leg as it had more of a kick. I also found the ginger & spring onion version a tad salty. Either way, the frog meat is really tender, smooth and kinda bouncy in a good way and the meat comes off the bones easily - super duper shiok to eat! Even though we ordered 3 frogs to share among 2 of us the two times we were here, the portion seemed a lot more the 2nd time. Maybe we will just order 2 frogs in the future.This is the pot of porridge that was served to us, the portion was just right and the porridge was really smooth. It was a little tasteless on it's own but it was not an issue for me as I like to mix some of the lovely sauce from the pot of frog legs into my porridge, and the result is an even smoother and tasty porridge This place is definitely worth a try for frog leg porridge lovers! continue reading
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zeec Level4 2013-12-16
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