20
7
1
Level4
2015-11-04 875 views
Tiong Shian Porridge is located at a corner coffee shop just a couple of minutes walk from China Town MRT and since it's right at a traffic junction. You will have to endure the carbon output from passing vehicles. Porridge is usually to be taken for breakfast or supper as its taste tends to be more subtle, and yet, wholesome. But not to this Cantonese-style congee which has become more flavorsome with pleasant briny taste by adding other ingredients in it, for instances, red meat, fish slices,
Read full review
89 views
0 likes
0 comments
Tiong Shian Porridge is located at a corner coffee shop just a couple of minutes walk from China Town MRT and since it's right at a traffic junction. You will have to endure the carbon output from passing vehicles.

Porridge is usually to be taken for breakfast or supper as its taste tends to be more subtle, and yet, wholesome. But not to this Cantonese-style congee which has become more flavorsome with pleasant briny taste by adding other ingredients in it, for instances, red meat, fish slices, seafood (bite-sized), and/ or eggs, to your preference, that can now be eaten anytime of the day!

This porridge stall opens daily from 8am to 4am! So you can eat this, breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper!
59 views
0 likes
0 comments
I think that their prices are fair and reasonably priced. At this coffee shop which can get really crowded at night, it can also get quite stuffy. Hence I decided to drop by in the morning around 10am. I found an empty table and made

1. Claypot Frog with Ginger $8
Claypot Frog with Ginger
$8
52 views
0 likes
0 comments
The aroma of the frog was very sweet and fragrant. For $8, you get a whole frog and it's a decent portin of meat for 1 person. The frog meat itself was tender and well mariated with the ginger sauce. The sauce from the claypot also doubles up as a seasoning for your porridge if you prefer a more seasoned porridge. Drizzling the claypot sauce over the porridge gave it a sharp and refreshing aroma. To eat this, you’d have to combine each mouthful of frog with a bit of porridge so the different flavours and textures would all explode in your mouth.

2. Porridge with mixed ingredients and century egg $4.90
Porridge with mixed ingredients and century egg
$4.9
60 views
3 likes
0 comments
This is probably the first porridge I've eaten with so many ingredients all in one mix. There was pork, kidney, intestines (both fried and poached), cuttlefish and century egg. Every spoonful of porrdige had some of these ingredients. I think their proportion of rice to ingredients had to be 50/50! The porridge was very tasty and I didn't feel thirsty after the meal, so maybe they were gentle on the MSG or the porridge was naturally seasoned from the variety of flavourful ingredients. For $5, I think this is worth and recommendable bowl or porridge not to be dealt lightly!! 

3. Fried Pig Intestines $6
Fried Pig Intestines
$6
94 views
0 likes
0 comments
Not sure why, but Cantonese porridge often pairs with fried fritters (fried dough sticks – 油条) that savours marvelous experience of having a porridge meal. But here at Tiong Shian they don't just offer fried fritters but also fried pig intestines!

These pig intestines were fried till they were super crispy like potato chips. I couldn't even tell that they were pig intestines. The make a good crunchy substitute for your porridge.

4. Minced Pork Porridge $4
Minced Pork Porridge
$4
25 views
0 likes
0 comments
Tiong Shian does their proddige with the right consistency of being fairly smooth, light gluey with enough moisture. The temperature at which the porridge is served is also perfect to be eaten despite our hot and humid weather. 

They were very generous with the minced pork ingredients. The porridge itself was very tasty but if you wanted more oomph! Go for the mixed ingredients porridge!
31 views
0 likes
0 comments
For 3 pax, we ordered 3 bowls of porridge, 2 frog claypot and a side of pig intestines for breakfast. I don't normally choose to eat porridge and this is probably the only time in the whole year I'll eat porridge but the porridge actually tasted good enough for me to want to come back again!

Verdict : 1) Prices were reasonable 2) Their porridges were not heavily seasoned so you could just adjust the taste with additional pepper or light soy sauce to your preferences. 3) Convenient location next to China town mrt 4) no waiting time 5) Simple pleasure for a reasonable price
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2015-10-09
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$10
Recommended Dishes
Claypot Frog with Ginger
$ 8
Porridge with mixed ingredients and century egg
$ 4.9
Fried Pig Intestines
$ 6
  • Claypot Frog
  • Mixed Porridge
Level4
2014-12-07 569 views
As it is already past 9pm, most eatries are already closed for business. With limited choices, we decide to stop here for a late dinner. Although it is quite late, the stall is packed with customers. Food is served quite fast after making payment at the cashier.With a bowl of plain porridge each for the 2 of us, we share a medium size serving of Spring Onion Frog Leg ($16). The dish is served pipping hot in a claypot. It has 2 frogs in the pot. The frog is well braised and tastes quite tender. T
Read full review
47 views
0 likes
0 comments
As it is already past 9pm, most eatries are already closed for business. With limited choices, we decide to stop here for a late dinner. Although it is quite late, the stall is packed with customers. Food is served quite fast after making payment at the cashier.
Spring Onion Frog Leg
32 views
0 likes
0 comments
Plain Porridge
29 views
0 likes
0 comments
With a bowl of plain porridge each for the 2 of us, we share a medium size serving of Spring Onion Frog Leg ($16). The dish is served pipping hot in a claypot. It has 2 frogs in the pot. The frog is well braised and tastes quite tender. The porridge is smooth in texture. Overall it is a filling and delicious light meal. 
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2014-10-23
Dining Method
Dine In
Type of Meal
Supper
Recommended Dishes
Spring Onion Frog Leg
Level4
136
0
2014-11-23 309 views
They had two sizes of their claypot frog meat ($8 and $16) so we decided to get a $8 claypot dried chilli frog (gong bao) and a $8 claypot ginger spring onion frog and their fried pig's intestines. The frog meat didn't seem very fresh... The meat was sticking to the bones and wasn't very easy to eat. Some parts were quite tough too. The dried chilli frog meat was a huge disappointment. I'm really sensitive to spicy food and yet, this pot of dried chilli frog meat was Not Spicy At All. It tasted
Read full review
They had two sizes of their claypot frog meat ($8 and $16) so we decided to get a $8 claypot dried chilli frog (gong bao) and a $8 claypot ginger spring onion frog and their fried pig's intestines.


42 views
0 likes
0 comments

The frog meat didn't seem very fresh... The meat was sticking to the bones and wasn't very easy to eat. Some parts were quite tough too.


33 views
0 likes
0 comments

The dried chilli frog meat was a huge disappointment. I'm really sensitive to spicy food and yet, this pot of dried chilli frog meat was Not Spicy At All. It tasted exactly like the other pot of ginger spring onion frog meat, and I actually had the courage to bite into one of the dried chilli. And yes, you guessed it, it wasn't spicy at all. I've no idea what kind of dried chilli they used.

58 views
2 likes
0 comments

This just tasted like what it's supposed to be - fried pig's intestine. It was really crispy and those who like to eat pig's intestine can give this a try.

22 views
0 likes
0 comments

Porridge was ok, nothing to shout about.

Even though I was disappointed with the frog meat, I may still come back to try their other types of porridge and claypot beehoon. They seem to have a constant crowd here so maybe their other dishes is good.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Level4
2014-03-09 307 views
This Porridge Centre during night hours also sell barbeque chicken wings. Less than $8, I can get to enjoy a generous plate of chicken wings that are really filling and delicious. Chicken meat is very soft and juicy, and really enjoy the barbequed till really fragrant and not too oily chicken skins. Dip into the simple garlic chilli sauce really is very suitable and more appetizing. Stall owner is friendly and the dining environment is quite warm but spacious.
Read full review
20 views
0 likes
0 comments
This Porridge Centre during night hours also sell barbeque chicken wings. Less than $8, I can get to enjoy a generous plate of chicken wings that are really filling and delicious. Chicken meat is very soft and juicy, and really enjoy the barbequed till really fragrant and not too oily chicken skins. Dip into the simple garlic chilli sauce really is very suitable and more appetizing. Stall owner is friendly and the dining environment is quite warm but spacious.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Level4
2014-02-24 248 views
This is a great supper hangout place after drinking at 牡丹庭 last Saturday 3.00 a.m. with my friends and singers. I knew that Tiong Shian Porridge has been around for a long time. This stall specialises in serving all many different types of porridge including claypot frog leg porridge.All of us just followed the crowd and walked in. After waiting for 15 minutes, the frog leg porridge arrived.It was nice because it wasn't that spicy and plain porridge was so good & nice if you mixed with the sauce
Read full review
19 views
0 likes
0 comments
This is a great supper hangout place after drinking at 牡丹庭 last Saturday 3.00 a.m. with my friends and singers. I knew that Tiong Shian Porridge has been around for a long time. This stall specialises in serving all many different types of porridge including claypot frog leg porridge.

All of us just followed the crowd and walked in. After waiting for 15 minutes, the frog leg porridge arrived.

It was nice because it wasn't that spicy and plain porridge was so good & nice if you mixed with the sauce from the dried chili frog in claypot (宮保田鸡). Yummy! Therefore, I'll guarantee try again with it's Frog with Ginger Onion during my next visit due to lots of good food here.

Recommendation: Please come with the one you love so that the porridge will taste nicer at this best porridge stall in Singapore. However, 田鸡粥 is a bit too expensive and small portion.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2014-02-21
Spending Per Head
$10 (Supper)
Recommended Dishes
  • Claypot Frog Porridge
Level3
38
0
I paid my visit on a weekend Sunday dinner after shopping around Chinatown. It was crowded but I was able to get my seat fast.They are famous in frog leg porridge cooked in different flavor. They do offer other dishes which is separated from the stall but same shop. I love their porridge which was well cooked and frog leg well marinated. Their raw sliced fish was not cold and fresh during the last time I visited.
Read full review
I paid my visit on a weekend Sunday dinner after shopping around Chinatown. It was crowded but I was able to get my seat fast.

They are famous in frog leg porridge cooked in different flavor. They do offer other dishes which is separated from the stall but same shop. 

I love their porridge which was well cooked and frog leg well marinated. Their raw sliced fish was not cold and fresh during the last time I visited.
27 views
0 likes
0 comments
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Recommended Dishes
  • Frog leg porridge
Level3
53
0
2013-11-24 57 views
Tiong Shian at China Town is popular for its wide range of delicious porridge items that comes with fish slices. The porridge served here is very smooth and perfect as it is not too watery as well. Lots of minced pork meat, century egg that are tender and juicy are added to it. The afternoon times are really hot here and there is facility to get the food delivered at your home. If you do not want to spend your time waiting for the food in the restaurant, you can go for home delivery option.
Read full review
Tiong Shian at China Town is popular for its wide range of delicious porridge items that comes with fish slices. The porridge served here is very smooth and perfect as it is not too watery as well. Lots of minced pork meat, century egg that are tender and juicy are added to it. The afternoon times are really hot here and there is facility to get the food delivered at your home. If you do not want to spend your time waiting for the food in the restaurant, you can go for home delivery option.
19 views
0 likes
0 comments
20 views
0 likes
0 comments
24 views
0 likes
0 comments
31 views
0 likes
0 comments
16 views
0 likes
0 comments
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2013-11-19
Type of Meal
Dinner
Level4
Another visit back to Tiong Shian Porridge 長城粥品 at New Bridge Road. I realised that whenever I visit Chinatown, I will always visit Tiong Shian Porridge for dinner. Having to travel all the way from the North, how could I miss such an opportunity. If you would like a quick introduction of this, check out my previous posts. As usual (from my previous visits), we waited around half an hour for our food to arrive.The good thing is that the food always arrive all together at the same time! Tiong Shi
Read full review
Another visit back to Tiong Shian Porridge 長城粥品 at New Bridge Road. I realised that whenever I visit Chinatown, I will always visit Tiong Shian Porridge for dinner. Having to travel all the way from the North, how could I miss such an opportunity. If you would like a quick introduction of this, check out my previous posts.
35 views
0 likes
0 comments
As usual (from my previous visits), we waited around half an hour for our food to arrive.
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
The good thing is that the food always arrive all together at the same time!
9 views
0 likes
0 comments
Tiong Shian Porridge's Raw Fish (small) $3.90 which ordered by almost everyone who patronise this coffee shop. The Raw Fish was served with slices of raw fish, ginger, chilli, shallot, spring onion, lettuce and a lime. The sauce underneath seems to contained sesame oil. The fish was fresh with no fishy taste. Soft and smooth with a hint of sweetness. A must order dish. How I wish I could order this fish and add it into my Chinese New Year Yu Sheng!
14 views
0 likes
0 comments
The Braised Beancurd (Lou Beancurd) $2.60 was soft, smooth and silky. The sauce and the chilli provided complement the beancurd perfectly. This is the only beancurd dish that I know is served with chilli! Shiok! Another dish worth ordering. Simple yet delicious.
14 views
0 likes
0 comments
The chicken given in the Chicken Porridge $3.20 were well marinate and tender. However, the porridge was on the salty end else it would be perfect.
13 views
0 likes
0 comments
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
The must order, Dried Chilli Frog Leg (small) $8.00. It was well executed. The frog meat was well marinated and well coated with immense flavours of spiciness and sweetness. So delectable.
16 views
0 likes
0 comments
A bowl of plain porridge $0.60 for me to savour by adding the sauce from the Dried Chilli Frog Leg.

If you are wondering where to get a good bowl of porridge with Dried Chilli Frog Leg or what to eat in Chinatown, Tiong Shian Porridge is unlikely to disappoint. To me the food here is irresistible!

For full review and more photos, please visit http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/02/tiong-shian-porridge-new-bridge-road.html
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Level4
248
0
2013-05-19 48 views
Claypot Frog Leg Claypot Liver SalmonIt been a few years back since I tried so decided to step in again... Was with my few friends for dinner, we waited around half an hour for our food to arrive...The good thing is that the food always arrive all together at the same time!!Must order, Claypot Dried Chilli Frog Leg!! It was well executed!! The frog meat was well marinated and well coated with immense flavors of spiciness and sweetness...So delectable...The reason for ordering this is to add th
Read full review
9 views
0 likes
0 comments
Claypot Frog Leg
9 views
0 likes
0 comments
Claypot Liver
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
Salmon

It been a few years back since I tried so decided to step in again...

Was with my few friends for dinner, we waited around half an hour for our food to arrive...The good thing is that the food always arrive all together at the same time!!

Must order, Claypot Dried Chilli Frog Leg!! It was well executed!! The frog meat was well marinated and well coated with immense flavors of spiciness and sweetness...So delectable...The reason for ordering this is to add the sauce from
Claypot Dried Chilli Frog Leg and the frog leg into this!! It will transform into the best plain porridge ever...

To tag along the porridge, ordered the raw salmon & Claypot Liver...

Raw Salmon kinda of downgrading...In the earlier years, the freshness n appetizing touch on this dish is undeniable! Thinly sliced raw fish coupled with fried onions n sliced chilli n ginger with a drizzle of sesame n soy but sadly now is not as freshness even there's bones in it...careful when you have it...

Claypot Liver was delicious...It was tender and fragrant having absorbed the sauce...Adding the sauce to the Plain Porridge made it even more aromatic!!!

Shiokolicious!!!


(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Spending Per Head
$14 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Claypot Dried Chilli Frog Leg
Level4
153
5
2013-04-09 37 views
Recommended by my friend who works in Chinatown, this Frog Porridge is along the main road so it's quite easy to spot. Coming out from the MRT at Chinatown, turn right and walk straight and you'll come across this eatery.We ordered one Claypot Frog to share. It look a while for the food to come, but it come steaming hot! Be sure to order drinks while waiting or consider ordering a side-dish or two from other vendors.The sauce looks dark in the picture but it's not overly salty. The pieces could
Read full review
Recommended by my friend who works in Chinatown, this Frog Porridge is along the main road so it's quite easy to spot. Coming out from the MRT at Chinatown, turn right and walk straight and you'll come across this eatery.

We ordered one Claypot Frog to share. It look a while for the food to come, but it come steaming hot! Be sure to order drinks while waiting or consider ordering a side-dish or two from other vendors.

The sauce looks dark in the picture but it's not overly salty. The pieces could have been more tender though, but it could be because the wait was long or because we were hungry, the dish was finished rather quickly!
9 views
0 likes
0 comments
Might want to go there early as the seats are taken up quickly.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Level4
2013-04-06 26 views
This food centre surely has many popular local foods here. However I should say Tiong Shian Porridge stall has one of the longest waiting queues during meals' hour. First time buying their porridge and it took me around fifteen minutes before my turn is up. First mouthful of it really surprise me. The porridge texture is very smooth and not too watery. Lots of sliced pork meat are added in it which are tender and juicy. The fried spring onions also added that extra fragrant to it too.
Read full review
This food centre surely has many popular local foods here. However I should say Tiong Shian Porridge stall has one of the longest waiting queues during meals' hour. First time buying their porridge and it took me around fifteen minutes before my turn is up. First mouthful of it really surprise me. The porridge texture is very smooth and not too watery. Lots of sliced pork meat are added in it which are tender and juicy. The fried spring onions also added that extra fragrant to it too.
11 views
0 likes
0 comments
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2013-03-14
Spending Per Head
$3 (Other)
Recommended Dishes
  • Porridge
Level4
271
2
2013-03-25 28 views
The crowds at the stall tells that food quality should be top notch but i dun seem quite convinced with my latest visit there. The place has expanded to include the unit at the other end of the shop house as well (the ci car section) and i was seated there. Proceeded to the front counter to place my order, mixed porridge, small raw fish and a braised toufu. Waited for a good 15 minutes before my food was served. After the 1st few mouths, it just came across to me the standard is no longer as bef
Read full review
The crowds at the stall tells that food quality should be top notch but i dun seem quite convinced with my latest visit there. The place has expanded to include the unit at the other end of the shop house as well (the ci car section) and i was seated there. Proceeded to the front counter to place my order, mixed porridge, small raw fish and a braised toufu. Waited for a good 15 minutes before my food was served. After the 1st few mouths, it just came across to me the standard is no longer as before. The raw fish was pathetic in quantity and lack the usual strong flavoring mix. The square braised toufu thoug looks tempting in presentation but lacks punch is the taste department, unable to distinguish it from any equivalent which i can buy at maybe just 3/4 of the price. The only part of this porridge i still like is the fried intestine that was added. This visit only makes me miss the redhill porridge even more
14 views
0 likes
0 comments
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
where long queue indeed is for good food.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2013-03-22
Spending Per Head
$12 (Dinner)
Level4
2013-02-14 16 views
As most of the places have closed for the day, decides to come here to eat.Claypot Frog porridge( small $8.00 ) : Served in a small claypot. A number of pieces of frog inside and well seasoned.Raw Fish ( Small $4.20 ) : Thinly sliced and fresh.With a bit of lime juice, it tastes great with the ginger slices.Fried Hoon Chang ( $6.00 ) : Very very crispy and hard. Tastes more like the crispy pig skin, but actually is pig's spare parts.
Read full review
14 views
0 likes
0 comments
11 views
0 likes
0 comments
11 views
0 likes
0 comments
As most of the places have closed for the day, decides to come here to eat.
Claypot Frog porridge( small $8.00 ) : Served in a small claypot. A number of pieces of frog inside and well seasoned.
Raw Fish ( Small $4.20 ) : Thinly sliced and fresh.With a bit of lime juice, it tastes great with the ginger slices.
Fried Hoon Chang ( $6.00 ) : Very very crispy and hard. Tastes more like the crispy pig skin, but actually is pig's spare parts.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2013-02-06
Spending Per Head
$10 (Supper)
Recommended Dishes
  • Claypot Frog Porridge
Level4
Tiong Shian Porridge has been around for a long time. It is located at a coffee shop which is just a stone throw away from Chinatown MRT Station, along New Bridge Road.Tiong Shian Porridge specialises in serving porridge and also claypot frog leg porridge. Went there on two different occasions. During the first occasion, we arrived during dinner time and this place was filled to the brim! We ordered and waited for close to half an hour before the food arrived.The Plain Porridge is so cheap! Just
Read full review
Tiong Shian Porridge has been around for a long time. It is located at a coffee shop which is just a stone throw away from Chinatown MRT Station, along New Bridge Road.
11 views
0 likes
0 comments
Tiong Shian Porridge specialises in serving porridge and also claypot frog leg porridge.

Went there on two different occasions. During the first occasion, we arrived during dinner time and this place was filled to the brim! We ordered and waited for close to half an hour before the food arrived.

The Plain Porridge is so cheap! Just $0.60 for such a big bowl of porridge! Cheap and good!
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
I had already mixed up the Raw Fish with the sauce, hence this unsightly picture. This picture does not do this dish any justice. Looks quite appetising right? Well....it was awesome! The fish was very fresh with no fishy smell. Saw that most tables ordered this item too. For $3.70 this dish is very certainty worth it. A must try dish!
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
The Dried Chilli Frog Leg was delicious. Right amount of spiciness and the frog leg was well cooked. It was tender and fragrant having absorbed the sauce. Adding the sauce to the Plain Porridge made it even more aromatic! Shiokolicious!
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
I have never tried claypot Dried Chilli Fish Head before. I was quite surprised that the chilli fish head was so delicious. Well, maybe part of the reason was because I quite like fish head (to me anything with bones, tend to be nicer; more tender) . Moreover, the sauce was so aromatic, similar to the sauce from the Dried Chilli Frog Leg.

On the second occasion, I also patronised the place for dinner. This time I went slightly earlier at 6pm. The place was similar packed! Hence, yet again, we waited half an hour.

Any guess what this is?

Well, it is not plain porridge.
8 views
0 likes
0 comments
It is Century Egg Porridge! There seems to be a lack of flavour in the porridge. Porridge is quite smooth. Moreover, the century egg was of good quality.
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
This time we ordered the Frog with Ginger Onion. The sauce this time was sweet and salty, not spicy with a distinct ginger fragrant. Shiok, but I still prefer the Dried Chilli Frog Leg.
5 views
0 likes
0 comments
10 views
0 likes
0 comments
Mix the sauce from the Frog with Ginger Onion with the plain porridge. And throw in some of the frog legs will make this plain porridge so delicious that you wonder why it cost 60 cents.

Overall, Tiong Shian Porridge is certainty a place to come for its porridge, claypot frog leg and raw fish! If the place is packed, there are seats upstairs. Not a bad place except that it can get really warm. Be prepared to sweat it out. But for the food, it is well worth it! Can't really compare to the one at Geyland Lorong 9 as I have forgotten the taste (the last time I was there was 8 years ago). Many gems in Chinatown to explore. Lots of good food nearby. I will certainly be back if I have the time.

Detailed review: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2011/11/tiong-shian-porridge-new-bridge-road.html
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Level3
51
0
2012-12-18 21 views
Was craving for porridge after return home from holiday for 1 week as we arrive late at night. Brought by a friend to tiong shian porridge centre with our western friend from Australia. We really enjoyed having the porridge here as it just smell nice and fast to get our food. We have tried the fish porridge, pork porridge but what I like most was the clay pot frog with add on of plain porridge costing 60cent more that the cook together clay pot frog porridge and the raw fish that the store was f
Read full review
9 views
0 likes
0 comments
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
12 views
0 likes
0 comments
Was craving for porridge after return home from holiday for 1 week as we arrive late at night. Brought by a friend to tiong shian porridge centre with our western friend from Australia. We really enjoyed having the porridge here as it just smell nice and fast to get our food. We have tried the fish porridge, pork porridge but what I like most was the clay pot frog with add on of plain porridge costing 60cent more that the cook together clay pot frog porridge and the raw fish that the store was famous for and well, it really taste nice as the meat was soft and tender compared to other clay pot or home cook frog porridge. I would say it all mixed well with the sauce, ingredient and just nice to taste the sauce on it own and together stir in the plain porridge. Well, I wish there's we're more frog leg inside as I craving for it even fill the last drip and the western friend was also asking n when we would be coming to eat again and not miss him out as he enjoyed the porridge that much. The service is also quite nice as the stall personnel saw that there are a few people eating on our table that we only ordered the clay pot frog and 1 plain porridge at first, that they actually give us the exact number of small bowl according to E number if people on the table. This could be the reason that they think we can share and try the porridge and the clay pot frog and the raw fish together and won't drop on the table. After trying, we ordered more porridge and it quite fast to get it again. The raw fish was fresh and tasty as it was smooth and soft with no fishy taste like others and taste sour which mixed well with the lime. Nice to taste it raw individually and as we'll as with the porridge and the clay pot frog. The price for all this is also affordable and worth especially when you crave for something nice and fulling at night .overall, the place is clean in the coffee shop environment although there always people selling packet of tissue to customer who are eating their meal.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2012-12-17
Spending Per Head
$10 (Supper)
Recommended Dishes
  • Clay pot frog and raw fish