Review Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge, 715 Havelock Rd, Singapore

Review Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge - Singapore 715 Havelock Rd

“Nice Teochew porridge with lots of dishes to pick from… All the braised meats are cooked to perfection… Buttery and melts in your …” or “My fav go to place for comfort food. A little on the pricey side compared to others but I don’t mind cos it’s fresh and tasty!” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge is quality.

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  • Phone: 62729871 (+65 62729871)
  • Website: http://ieatishootipost.sg/lim-joo-hin-eating-housedo-stars-have-good-tastebuds/
  • Address: 715 Havelock Rd, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM to 1 AM.

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“Nice Teochew porridge with lots of dishes to pick from... All the braised meats are cooked to perfection... Buttery and melts in your …”

“My fav go to place for comfort food. A little on the pricey side compared to others but I don’t mind cos it’s fresh and tasty!”

“Braised duck meat and braised Pork Belly is nice. Food generally taste good.”

“Their signature dish is the asam fish which is a aquire taste since the fish had many bones. Plenty of other choices such as fresh raw cockles for your porridge needs.”

“One of the best teochew porridge place around. Huge variety of dishes to choose from. My favourite are spicy shrimp paste, salted egg, braised pork belly. Opens late. Air-conditioned with plenty of seats.”

“Love this place!!! Simple ingredients you can get anywhere but the taste here is so good, cannot rate it highly enough. If you love porridge come here”

“The best place I ever eat. If you are not here eating your wasting your life. It's affordable and the Owner is very kind. They were very famous last time a lot of super stars went there.”

“Very yummy food. Opens throughout the night. Simple food that just hits the spot when you want something late but not too filling.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 158 feedbacks with an overall score of 3.9 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 61% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Lim Joo Hin Teochew Porridge, 715 Havelock Rd, Singapore

There is a total 158 reviews

3.9 / 5

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    Trisha Zhang

    Great taste but slightly expensive.

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    Victor Heng

    Pricey food for what it is, if you order the wrong stuff (seafood or duck), can be quite expensive. Taste is just so-so, guess they can survive because it is 24/7.

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    Isaac Ho

    Decent Porridge place that opens till very late. Being a patron for many years although not too frequent as it is quite costly. But one of the better ones.

    The meat (Duck) and fish will set you back by tens while the other dishes are inexpensive. A porridge with fish cake, hebi hiam, veg and minced meat is about SGD8.00.

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    Kum Geokeng

    Food taste v v nice n porridge plain gd.now add a dish call teochew pig legs.cost 5.00 each.gd

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    Or chee koon

    Nice food, hearsay very expensive but when i pay the bill, it was surprisingly cheap.

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    Daniel Teo

    Very yummy food. Opens throughout the night. Simple food that just hits the spot when you want something late but not too filling.

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    Itcw

    Had dinner yesterday at this teovhew porridge stall. We ordered 8 dishes, peanuts, preserved veg, tau pok, small intestines, fried egg with tomato, 1 hard boiled egg, clams and vinegar pig trotters. The price was average, cause it costs us $33. Very quiet place, not alot of customers. Food was average also, nothing fanciful. The pig trotters meat was quite dry and not very tasty. Doesn’t seems like it has been cooked long enough for the meat and skin to fully absorb the sauce. Some of the intestines were also dried. Overall, average only. Not a place that I might remember or probably come visit the 2nd time.

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    Le Wen NGUI

    A very local place for a meal…

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    Tony Salam

    Food is descent and premise is clean with air conditioning

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    Philip Tiong

    The variety of dishes has reduced slightly and the price now is more reasonable. Used to be very expensive.

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    Michael Chua

    Been coming here for a long time. Had porridge with an assorted array of dishes. The pomfret is delicious, fish cake is soft, duck is flavourful. Prices have increased though.

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    Alex Sung

    Too expensive for some simple food.

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    Calvin Zheng

    The days for teochew muay seems to be over

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    Gerard Lee

    Good comfort food…

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    Andy Quek

    Taste just so-so but very expensive

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    Simon Y

    Good quality Teochew porridge with great selections. Came with a big group and ordered more than 10 dishes and practically none was bad. They are expensive no doubt but which Teochew porridge stalls ain’t expensive nowadays?

    Update:
    After a couple more trips here, began to felt the quality here were more of a hit and miss affair. Possibly the 1st round was ordered by my friend who is a regular here and had avoided the not so ‘nice’ dishes.

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    Ter C

    Good selection of dishes and hearty meal for cold weather. Price wise slight above average

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    David Chong

    The place to go for late night supper on teochew porridge

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    Cher Wenxiang

    Heard it’s a popular stall so went over. Food was below par. Most food came cold and stale (ordered egg tofu – cold, steam egg – cold, broccoli – over cooked and cold, minced meat – okay, tau Kee – good)

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    Eats More Fun

    The Damage: S$15-25 for two

    Hole in the wall Teochew eatery in the Beo Crescent area. Mixed reviews but a bevy of food choices. We liked the Braised Pork Belly and Hae Bee Hiam

    ~~TRY:
    // Braised Pork Belly
    // Hae Bee Hiam
    // Peanut with Ikan

    ~~OKAY:
    // Brocolli in Garlic
    // Sweet and Sour Pork

    Follow us at IG: eatsmorefun

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    Pan Shirley

    Good

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    Weimin Wang

    Damm good for supper

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    Ash, Hashbrown & Family

    Nice pork trotters, braised duck . However its rather pricey @ $70 with other sides like salted duck egg, bean spout, bean curd, bean curd skin, small fish, caixin , pork belly , steamed egg 5 bowls of porridge / rice & 4 cans of soft drinks…

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    Sherman

    This place has a wide variety of side dishes to go along with the porridge. The braised pork was really good and recommended to try. I went with my wife and 2 other friends, at around 9-10pm on Sunday night. Not crowded. Total cost around $50+ for 4 people. Quite affordable

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    Goh Francis

    Good porridge with wide choices

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    Alan

    Food nice

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    YS Cheng

    Went there for dinner yesterday. Food standard has dropped drastically! Wonder if there is a change in ownership?

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    KwaiKheong Wong

    Good price and fresh

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    Andhieka Putra

    Comfort food

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    Kah Onn Lau

    Authentic Teow Chew Porridge with great pricing and portions. Vinegar pig trotter was cooked in a teow chew style, using sweeter vinegar, amazing!

    Porridge was nice and light, good for people recovering from sickness or having a stomach no suited for strong flavours.

    Sides included the basic stewed vegetables and meats in Lu Zhi, and even some super traditional sides such as pig collagen jelly and chilled crab.

    10/10

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    Zhifeng Koh

    Great spot for Teochew porridge that’s open til late. Amazing variety of dishes. The porridge is slightly watery and very smooth (which I personally find very satisfying). The usual behind-the-counter staff are a bit pushy and slightly rude – for example with just me and the wife, they try to scoop way too much ingredients for each dish you ask for. If the boss lady is around, she’s a lot better with table side manners and customer service. However if she’s not, just hold your own against the assertive staff (e.g. tell them you don’t want so much of a dish), and it’ll be fine.

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    Yong Kang Zheng

    Excellent Teowchew porridge. Bring a crowd so u can order more to share

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    Lesley Wong

    Wide varieties but can be pricey

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    HO CHIN HEE Richard

    Authentic taste and air con room available

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    Allen Wong

    Damn heart warming food

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    K K

    Decent teochew porridge but don’t expect each dish to be best of its kind. Its comfort food, reasonable and convenient.

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    Terence Chen

    It was fairly ok. At 10.30pm , there wasn’t much variety left. At least the porridge was hot

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    Daryl Ho

    Great, simple teochew porridge fit for any occassion

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    Paulin Chua

    Comforting porridge..

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    Adrian Lee

    Food was so so and the intestine stink (not fresh)

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    Janet Jesus Beloved HUANG

    G + L =

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    Pino Huang

    Cheap rice, nice food

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    Awesome Possum

    Wide selection of Teochew porridge dishes but ridiculously overpriced. If you value your money, go to Ye Shang Hai instead which is just nearby at Redhill and operates late night as well.

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    Lim Charles

    Ok place to get a meal.. nothing fancy

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    ethel

    alittle on the pricier side as compared to other places for 7 ingredients, 3 porridges and 1 rice was $28. staff were unfriendly but did the minimum, environment was quiet and peaceful
    minced meat was very very weird (personal preference) serve to your table upon ordering overall experience 3/10 will never go back again as there are other better options

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    Victor Ng

    Stumbled upon this place by accident. So far the most affordable zap fan and they sell endless variety of food. 1 meat 2 veg for only 3

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    ethel

    alittle on the pricier side as compared to other places for 7 ingredients, 3 porridges and 1 rice was $28. staff were unfriendly but did the minimum, environment was quiet and peaceful
    minced meat was very very weird (personal preference) serve to your table upon ordering overall experience 3/10 will never go back again as there are other better options

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    Jason Ong

    Just outside Beo Crescent, along Havelock Road, is a stretch of shops. Most of them sell food (from coffee shop to Thai to pub to restaurant) and this is one of them.
    Lim Joo Him is a pretty large teochew porridge stall that occupies two shop units. On the left is a plethora of dishes you can choose from; you can choose to sit in aircon comfort next door, or outside along the corridor if you prefer.
    The food is average and none of the dishes we ordered stood out. It’s ok, but I personally prefer the dishes at Joo Seng.
    The place opens till about 1am, so it’s a good place to stop by for supper. There are just a few parking lots along the main road, so it’s best to park at the nearby multistorey carpark.

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    Ve' Joy Ong

    Wide spread of dishes to select from

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    Joshua Lim

    Comfort food..

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    Grace Lee

    Choose to dine-in in airconditioned area or along the road side (smokers). Dishes are colour coded by their plates. White plates start at $4. I liked the braised pork belly, tofu puff, soybean skin, steamed/ boiled peanuts, Muay cai (lacking meat tho), chicken feet, sweet and sour pork, brinjal. You must compliment all these dishes with their wonderfully garlicky vinegary chilli sauce, that boosts your appetite to eat more..however was disappointed with the fried mackerel in dark soy, too dry and cold. For this particular fish dish, it should be served warm or hot (purple plate = expensive). Would be nice if the colour codes are posted on the wall somewhere for reference. A good place for a light meal or supper. Multi story carpark or park by the road if you are lucky.

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    Luo Min

    Super duper expensive. We had lala, peanut with ikan bilis, tau kee, black fungus with mushroom, one salted egg and 3 bowls of rice/porridge. It cost us $18.50. The portions could be bigger for such high price

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    Shu Yen Kor

    It is always a joy to have the teo chew porridge here.

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    Quek Kelvin

    A famous spot for supper, but too ex

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    Galaxy Cheah

    A good teochew porridge place. Prices are reasonable (depending on what you order). We paid $22+ for 6 dishes for the 4 of us. One of the dishes was a piece of fish and it was quite fresh. The rest of the dishes were different veg, steamed egg and fish-cake.

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    Alan Teo

    If you love Teochew Porridge, this is one of the best, if not , the best in town. There’s lots of varieties of dishes and some of them are very traditional and original. There is a very unique fish fish where the fish is wrapped in salted vegetables and streamed.
    Famous HK actors like Chow Yuen Fatt and Andy Lau have also visited this restaurant.
    The restaurant is pretty large where one side, you order your food and the other shop next to it are the seating tables and it’s air-conditioned too. Not a common sight for local coffee shop style restaurants.
    While the food is unique and is not everyone’s cup of tea but if you love Teochew Porridge, this is a ‘Must try’ restaurant.

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    Ben Ken Fab

    Wonderful and heartening meal.

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    Alina Ng

    The best Teochew porridge in the city. Very steeped in history, this shop has been around for ages and visited by many celebrities. The are much better tasting now from the last visited a few months back.

    Also, quick service into late night. There’s ample seating and carpark is decent other than mealtimes.

    Food is still quite top notch, and brings back memories of being here in my JC years… 25 years back! Love it. Highly recommend you to come have a bit of history.

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    Engpeng See

    Soso

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    Jovian Hun

    Nice food

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    Alexander Reinaldo

    Nice dine-place with signature flavour, spend $27.6 for 2 pax witht the wide choices of food in the first photos. Must try, their pig trotter, pig skin (fried) and sambal prawn paste. Overall, nice dining experience

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    TT T

    Not cheap for sure. Food and service below average.

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    Dee Jee Cheng

    Love the pigs intestine. Everything is fresh. Yummy. And inexpensive ️️️

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    Anthony Loh

    Nice Teochew porridge served 24×7

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    Snor Lax

    Super awesome teochew porridge.

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    D T

    Got a wide variety of sides to choose. Fish is not as fresh. Got irritating flies in air con area.

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    Mark Yeo

    Favourite place for Teochew porridge in a stretch of pre-WW2 shop houses.

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    Joseph Liu

    Great place for supper good food.

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    Bert

    I used to come here regularly like 10 or more years ago. Now it’s got an air conditioned extension next door. Not sure if it’s me but it sure isn’t as good as it used to be.

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    Joanna Wong YJ

    The food quality has deteriorated. Price of dishes is expensive compared to other similar stall.

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    Helen Khoo

    Very welcome to have Teochew porridge with small side dishes, especially after feasting a-la- Chinese style. Option for aircon or non aircon.
    Many choices of dishes (easily up to 40). Staff bring the dishes to the table and leave you to get on with your meal. They reappear when you are ready to pay.
    Lim Joo Hin’s existence is measured in half centuries, and it has always been in the same location in Havelock Road. It is part of Singapore’s heritage.

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    MCprints

    Was here around 8pm+ for dinner . Ordered 4 dishes to share between 2 person. ( fish, steamed eggs, and 2 vegs) cost us $17 in total.

    One of the lady boss ( I assume! As she seemed like one) was very pleasant and she did a follow up if I received what I have requested for ( chopped chillies )

    Sat outdoors , as it’s cooler .

    Overall enjoyed my makan experience, simple and economical meal!

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    Emma

    Food is decent, the taste is standard and nothing wow.

    $28 in total for 4pax. Not super filling, we were kinda just having it for tea break.

    Outdoors seats can be warm. Lotsa teochew mui along this stretch!

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    san chua

    Overall is good, one of my go to place for porridge. Price is at higher side but indoor and got aircon so still alright.

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    Just Lim

    Used to come here with my ex boss every week after overtime . Seems like now their dishes like Pig Trotter , Sambal Prawn Paste and Braised Meats are not as good as before. Maybe is becos their old timer cook , Teochew Uncle no more , replaced by China cook .

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    Jams Wong

    A little expensive, but delicious .

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    Serene Kwok

    Food is good but i feel its pricy for 2 pax at $27

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    jonathan “Drfeelgood”

    Nice Teochew porridge with lots of dishes to pick from…

    All the braised meats are cooked to perfection… Buttery and melts in your …

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    Chris P. Bacon

    Pork taste so gamy

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    JVXJ

    Food 7/10
    Hygiene 5/10
    Price 4/10

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    Marcus Tang

    Food is a bit pricey but open late and popular with the supper crowd

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    Janet Tan

    Braised duck meat and braised Pork Belly is nice. Food generally taste good.

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    Eng Seng

    Pricey and some of the dishes were a tad salty or oily

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    Karen

    Good old supper place, a little expensive i would say but that didnt stop patronage! Keep it up to avoid phasing out

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    H W Teo

    delicious

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    Jazz Liew

    Good for Supper

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    Simeon Ng

    Food is pretty decent.

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    Soh Pok Yean

    Came for congee, love the asam spinach and fresh cockles here.

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    weichee tan

    Had dinner here…, but not a cheap place to hv teochew porridge.

    Taste wise, pretty normal. Selection was OK, quite a fair bit of options avail.

    Parking here was easy esp at the HDB car park.

    Service was not too bad either. But I didn’t think the food was worthy of what we paid.

    It’s opened to about 12mn, so for supper lovers, can try here.

    Otherwise, go ahead and try some other teochew porridge, you won’t miss much.

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    Administrator (Zeus Trading)

    Been coming here since my zouk days back in ’96. Comfort food, fuss free, affordable and clean.

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    Brendan Ng

    Prices can be steep.

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    Mike Ang

    Simple but great local comfort food

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    Drew Goh

    Porridge at an OK price, thought the fried pork skin was kind of bad. The salted egg was normal (can’t really screw this up, right), salted cabbage was salty enough, pork belly / meat was good. The only gripe was the fried pork skin, don’t buy that and you’re good.

    Price wasn’t too expensive, under $20 for two pax, IIRC. Food came quickly, but the place was empty also as we came right after the third lockdown.

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    James Yeo

    Standard has dropped so much from what I remember few years back. As thought chef or management changed. But the limping uncle cashier is still around. Sweet sour tasted like rock. Food mostly not appetising looking or tasting. 3 adults 2 kids, $41. No fish ordered. Came from and swear not going back.

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    Justin Loh

    Always a failsafe option for hearty tcm

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    Will Ng

    Expensive! Am not a fan of the bland “Lor” too. Head to nearby Ye Lai Xiang instead and thank me later. Both open till the wee hours.

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    Chris Holliday (Opszelda01)

    Google is tracking me through this app. The food is okie. Got air con. Not the best best, but good. Not the cheapest but reasonable. Next time give you photo.

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    Leslie Koh

    Decent standard of dishes for Teochew porridge but slightly pricey. Don’t expect service.

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    Daphne Lee

    With a connected aircon dining area. Food is great!

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    Gordon NG

    Very expensive for 5 dishes n 4 porridge – $34.20. Not worth the visit as the food cold

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    Jason Tan

    Their signature dish is the asam fish which is a aquire taste since the fish had many bones. Plenty of other choices such as fresh raw cockles for your porridge needs.

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    Don Saw

    Easily 5 years never eat here, today since nearby so just come over for quick dinner. Sad to say the standards of the foods dropped a bit, but the prices increased quite a bit.

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    Alice Kee

    Great Teochew Porridge

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    Bryson Lee

    The best place I ever eat. If you are not here eating your wasting your life. It’s affordable and the Owner is very kind. They were very famous last time a lot of super stars went there.

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    Wii L

    One of the best teochew porridge place around. Huge variety of dishes to choose from. My favourite are spicy shrimp paste, salted egg, braised pork belly. Opens late. Air-conditioned with plenty of seats.

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    Chua Li Fu

    When ordering porridge, do order the ikan bilis (small fish) with peanuts, as well as a serving of spicy minced meat. They both add lots of flavour to the porridge.

    Apart from that, the fish cakes are soft and easy to eat. The omelette is flavourful, and the fish is tender and juicy. Sad thing about the sliced braised duck is that they are just a little bit tough. Overall a great place to eat.

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    Khun Chalee

    Brought here by a local foodie. Great porridge and lots of toppings to choose from. We sat at a table outside on the corner, cool evening, watching the world go by. Sipping on ice barley drinks. Highly recommended.

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    Teck Lee Toh

    Amazing teochew porridge air conditioned outlet in Singapore.

    Their star of the outlet has to be the savoury pig trotters and skin.
    They literally melts in your mouth.

    Soy sauce and curry condiments are suitably and lightly salted adding more oomph if you want a richer flavour.

    Paired with a bowl of warm hearty porridge and a heavenly lunch/dinner is complete.

    To top it off, everything here is reasonably priced

    1 PAX serving of braised duck, pig trotters, peanuts/anchovies, pig skin and fried pork with 1 bowl of porridge = SGD15.80 …

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    Bingy The Biscuitboy

    Not recommended. Very expensive considering it’s really simple fare. The dishes are cold. I would rather go to another teochew porridge or not eat.

    I’ll write a more detailed review shortly.

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    Poh Soh Lee

    Had an enjoyable Teochew porridge dinner at this porridge specialist 2 weeks ago.
    Love all the dishes, especially the cai buay, minced meat and fried shrimp sambal. So perfect to go with warm porridge.
    We loved the cai buay so much that we had 2nd serving!

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    Vincent Wong

    Nice comfort food

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    Melvin Ng

    Nice but expensive porridge. So check ur bill before paying.. 24 hrs operations.

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    weichee tan

    Had dinner here…, but not a cheap place to hv teochew porridge.

    Taste wise, pretty normal. Selection was OK, quite a fair bit of options avail.

    Parking here was easy esp at the HDB car park.

    Service was not too bad either. But I didn’t think the food was worthy of what we paid.

    It’s opened to about 12mn, so for supper lovers, can try here.

    Otherwise, go ahead and try some other teochew porridge, you won’t miss much.

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    Wong Teck Jung

    Many older Singaporeans will recommend this place for porridge. I had it several times, and I am not a big fans due to the dishes are slightly pricey than other places and they are usually served at cold. Not ideal for me who likes warm hearty meal.

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    Waikong Chia

    Familiar place for comfort food of Two Chew porridge with good variety of side dishes.

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    Jx

    Great service, air conditioning seats available, love the braised pork and the spicy lala.

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    jonathan “Drfeelgood”

    Nice Teochew porridge with lots of dishes to pick from…

    All the braised meats are cooked to perfection… Buttery and melts in your mouth…

    The most important dish, the salted vegetables are well cooked and tasty..

    Prices based on your choice of dishes though…

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    Leonard Thangavelu, PBM

    It’s been more than a decade since I had last dined at this ‘famous’ Teochew Muay stall.

    It has certainly gone ‘upscale’ as the adjoining shop is now air-conditioned.

    Now to the food…..

    It’s bloody expensive for run-of-the-mill Teochew Muay food. We had the usual Hae Bee, Chai Poh Egg, Salted Vegetable, Pork Belly, Braised Duck, Salted Eggs, Ikan Billis, Porridge, Rice and soft drinks.

    The bill came to an astounding $72 for 4 people! Daylight robbery!

    The food was very ordinary and definitely not worth the money.

    Unless you are in the vicinity, head to Upper Serangoon or Geylang for affordable and good Muay.

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    Adrian Ho

    Plentiful of varieties of teochew dishes with porridge

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    Eric

    It’s so chaotic. I don’t even know what’s happening. Somehow I feel like this isn’t what should be chiuchow. ..

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    Benjamin Sim

    Yummy …

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    Alvin Ong

    Comfort food, simple dishes to go with watery porridge.

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    Cat T

    A nice lunch on rainy day… we had steam fish $8 – very fresh, black vinegar pork $5 – good punch, brinjal – flavourful, leek, omelette with cai poh (preserved radish), anchovies with peanuts – $30+ for 4 pax, additional porridge is 80cents. …

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    HY Yeo

    Taste has changed slightly but the oval atmosphere still there

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    Robert Jedrek

    Enjoyed the food..but nothing special.

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    Yong Liang Teh

    It is very good, and very expensive.

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    Andrew Whiteside

    Love this place!!! Simple ingredients you can get anywhere but the taste here is so good, cannot rate it highly enough. If you love porridge come here

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    Terrence Lee

    Old tradition teochew porridge, hongkong stars patronising this place ,but price a bit on the high side But overall food is nice

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    Insolen

    Wide selection of dishes for a good Teochew porridge meal. Must try the braised duck and soft fishcake. The clams (sea hum) is a must-try too but it’s quite an acquired taste. Service staff don’t look too friendly though.

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    Louis Ching

    This is a 24hr Teochew Porridge place that served the MOST variety of hot dishes. Use to be my supper place after party before going home. The small dishes are still yummy and reasonable price, if you go for the duck and fish, it can be expensive.

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    Apple Lim

    Mee Siam mia hum hor ! Mia hum mia hum mia hum ! (Humming Mr Brown’s song). No mee Siam here, but good spread of Teochew porridge small dishes. You taste some of the traditional Teochew dishes under $10/pax. Still opens at 12am !

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    Madeline Choo

    One of my favourite go-to place for Teochew Porridge! Was recommended by a friend to try it and have been going there ever since! The chilli they have is superb!

    One thing to improve is probably if the owners don’t yell at one another hahaha! Have seen them quarreled once and they should refrain from doing that in front of the customers.

    Other than that, food is great!

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    Chong KV

    Teochew porridge is always not cheap but this is a good place for supper after beer. I tried their famous fish (black piece of meat in photo) but don’t know how to appreciate because too many bones.

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    Vance Tan

    Pig knuckle jelly, affordable n nice..

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    Travel Starts from SG

    After finished then noticed….

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    Shu Ying

    Wanted teochew porridge on a rainy day, so decided to head here. The food was decent in general, but not fantastic. The fish cake was unfortunately pretty mushy.

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    Ignatius Roger Kheng

    Still one of the good and traditional Teochew porridge around. But standard seems dropping in recent times. Inconsistent taste…it’s either too salty or too oily.

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    Xelcius

    it was normal for me. nothing special. had better one at another place.

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    Irenea “Ik ik” KHOO

    Porridge lover for a rainy season.

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    marvin C

    Ok food, over priced

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    Kyle Lee

    Overpriced. More China than Teochew by now.

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    Jeremy S

    Rude staff. Meh food, very salty. Expensive. Don’t bother unless you’re starving and there are no where else to go.

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    Chris Hung

    Delicious Teochew Porridge

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    Steve Lee

    Comfort Teo Chew Porridge

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    Aaron Tan

    Porridge very simple but a lot of choices of dishes.

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    YH

    Perfect teochew porridge on a cold rainy day. Beo Crescent is a calm and quiet HDB estate. I was seated at a corner table just beside the road, watching the pedestrians go about their businesses at the end of a typical work day, as the mellow rain and gentle breeze continued unabated.

    The 30 mins spent there didn’t really feel like Singapore in a decidedly very Singapore looking HDB estate. I’m not sure if you will be that lucky to experience the same.

    The staff were efficient, calm and helpful. Unhurried.

    Braised pork belly had the right chewiness – not too soft or too hard even with the relatively thick 2cm cut. The tofu dish and long bean was pretty normal though. Normal as in the normal kind of delicious home-cooked food mind you.

    10/10 will come back again to try the other 30 dishes.

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    xinyue :P

    great!

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    Kiko

    Not cheap but wide variety n good quality dishes to go with the nicely cooked white porridge.

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    Sze Wei New

    Cheap food

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    Jason Fernandes

    My fav go to place for comfort food. A little on the pricey side compared to others but I don’t mind cos it’s fresh and tasty!

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    Clement Lim

    Not bad, pretty costly for porridge. Interestingly, they do not have squid, salted egg meat cake, etc.. so that’s pretty disappointing. Overall I would not come again

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    Keith Tan

    Porridge is good. Many varieties.

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    Beng Hwa Sim

    Jake

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    Caleb Liu

    This is classic Chinese comfort food. The porridge is pretty ordinary but the dishes are traditionally done especially the minced pork. It’s not the cheapest and seems to have gone a bit upmarket from a neighbourhood shop to a air-conditioned restaurant but I still enjoyed the food.

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    Amos Hoe

    Average taste but huge selection of dishes to go with your porridge. Service is poor eg. Asking you to pay while you are going through your dinner; must catch the only waiter to order drinks and comes slowly; and clearing next table really noisily without concern about customers. Price is not expensive but far from cheap, some dishes are quite expensive.

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    leslie khoo

    Neighbourhood food selection, but seem a bit unhygienic.

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    Chin Zhi Hui

    Nice teochew porridge and calm food for an evening night actually. Simple, humble and good.

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    Joe Hien

    If u are looking for authentic teochew porridge

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