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Introduction
The stall is located in Tin Yeang Restaurant, at Blk 300 Joo Chiat Road continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
05:00 - 02:00
Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
05:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Braised Duck Steamed Baby Squid
Review (4)
For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/02/teck-teochew-porridge.htmlNot long ago, I have blogged about my visit to Teochew Porridge Restaurant, and the craving never stops…Luckily, I managed to find another, which might also seem to be a household name among the Teochew porridge lovers!For a porridge meal, braised dishes are the best combination, in my opinion.Pork Intestines ($6.00). Mushy inner, not really my preference.Pork Trotters ($5.00). Realized this wasn't checked in the order-chit, and went off from my seat to get it done! Quite a fair amount of lean meat, with no strong vinegar taste and isn't too oily. Recommended dish!Another recommended dish is their Braised Duck ($8.00). Duck meat is well braised, with meat being soft and tender.For the vegetable section, ordered only Sweet Potato Leaves ($5.00). Used to love sambal-cooking style, till my parents decided to eat "healthy" and went for stir-fried. Ever since, I prefer the latter Skipped salted egg for Minced Meat Omelette ($6.00). Batang Fish ($7.00). This could possibly be one of the cheapest fish dish, as fish like pomfret could cost you around $32.00.They have a wide variety from traditional porridge items to some zi-char "煮炒" dishes. It really makes me feel like filling up every box with my ticks!For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/02/teck-teochew-porridge.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-09
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I'm not usually a fan of Chili sauce or XO sauce but the order was a perfect compliment to the side dishes that we ordered or just eating plainly with the porridge. It wasn't overly spicy but flavorful without the overpowering feeling of ajinomoto (wei4 jin1).If you have a sensitive stomach or are questioning the usage of tap water while eating, remember to drink a can of coke! It will help you with diarrhea. The fish was served cold but the meat was juicy and naturally sweet. You have to be careful of the bones but it's definitely worth the effort. The fish is also quite rich in its fish oils so it was really delicious. continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-14
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Located at a rather obscure corner, this teochew porridge stall is very popular, known for its low prices and good quality food! This serving for two cost less than $10. There is a wide range of dishes for people to choose. THe vegetables are stir fried fresh and served piping hot. The seasoning was done just right and is not too salty. The highlight of this shop is its rich and thick porridge. The porridge is not watery and is boiled really well and the grains of rice can be tasted. One of the best porridge stalls and highly recommended to eat at any times of the day!! continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-06
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Had a great dinner at Teck Teochew Porridge! Their vegetables and fish were very fresh! What I liked most is their rice. The porridge was slightly gooey, which was different from the usual ones where there is just rice in soup. It was yummy! their braised duck was good too! it was so flavourful that my family ordered 2 plates of that! Very tasty and the duck meat was tender! Yummy continue reading
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