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Blk 269A Punggol Field, #01-197
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Old school Hong Kong Style porridge

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  1. Lucardia
     06 Nov 2016 at 6:47 pm
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    Chanced upon this place on Saturday morning from a namecard my father picked up.

    It was quite a surprise when i arrived at 930am to a long queue.

    Price of food is quite reasonable and portion size is pretty big. The shop itself has a nice hong kong vibe to it and is airy and comfortable.

    The signature porridge is an old style porridge, which means its boiled so long its watery, with a variety of ingredients. Meat balls, cuttle fish, sliced ginger and fish are hidden in the porridge while the top is adorned with fried pig intestines. All the ingredients tasted great but do remember to stir the porridge to give it a good mix as the soy sauce or mixture of fish and soy sauce is found near the bottom.

    Never one to eat pig intestines, i tried 2 pieces and found it very fragrant with the special taste only pig intestines will have. Its an acquired taste but one that is fast disappearing in Singapore. From the long queue however, you can tell that many people still remember and love this kind of cuisine. A few patrons asked specifically for just the fried intestines and porridge only. So my guess is that its a love it or hate it thing.

    The beehoon is pretty tasty with the chili sauce but i found it a tad expensive. Eating it together with the porridge might yield a different feeling and at $1.20 for just the bee hoon, its a pretty good deal. The fried chicken wing has a mild har cheong (prawn paste) like taste which is quite pleasing.

    Overall, pretty decent breakfast i would say. If you're in the area, try it if you like this style of food.

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