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Before eating “Frog”, I considered quite a long time. It felt like a bit disgusting, I dare not to take it for my meal. Life is short, I decided to be more adventurous and I finally followed my friend to a place famous of Frog Porridge. Opened only for Dinner or Supper, patrons can still make their impromptu trip even in midnight. Almost full house scenery, I was surprised to know so many people like to eat frog.Actually, it was not a big deal. The overall tasted similar with chicken, but frog w
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Before eating “Frog”, I considered quite a long time. It felt like a bit disgusting, I dare not to take it for my meal. Life is short, I decided to be more adventurous and I finally followed my friend to a place famous of Frog Porridge. Opened only for Dinner or Supper, patrons can still make their impromptu trip even in midnight. Almost full house scenery, I was surprised to know so many people like to eat frog.
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Actually, it was not a big deal. The overall tasted similar with chicken, but frog was more slippery and tender. Dried claypot-style, the meat was in slightly-burnt condition and flavourful. Light pipping hot porridge, I had one huge spoon in my bowl. The taste was decent and a little bit sweet in nature. Ordered also stir-fried long beans, crunchy refreshing to accompany our porridge. Frog was expensive, nearly $20. My friend said maybe the stall was too famous and therefore they had authority charge higher price.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-26
Spending Per Head
$20 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Frog Porridge