Thanks again!Originally posted by FireIce:kit seng @ near serangoon stadium
Many good Teochew Porridge shops along Upper Serangoon Road, the stretch between Simon Rd and Jln Rengkam.Originally posted by PoRen:Where is the best Teochew porridge in Singapore?
my ah ma..Originally posted by Haze|:i like teochew porridge
but i dunno where is nice
is there any recommendation place
hopefully in yishun or town area
Originally posted by DummiesInc:Oasis is Taiwan porridge, not teochew porridge.
still thereOriginally posted by sgboy:Does Oasis have Taiwan porridge? I thought long time closed already? Still there? it's nice
Asked my fren frm Taiwan and he said there isnt any 'Taiwan Porridge'.Originally posted by DummiesInc:Oasis is Taiwan porridge, not teochew porridge.
oooh...sweet potato porridge. the last time i been there was like 1 1/2 years ago? after watching the pck musical wib my parentsOriginally posted by missallsunday:oasis restaurant? It is not bad
Jalan Rengkam one? so EX!!! i rather eat the nasi lemak at punggol centre thereOriginally posted by chiabaliao:Many good Teochew Porridge shops along Upper Serangoon Road, the stretch between Simon Rd and Jln Rengkam.
Oh yes, the one at Balestier Rd is not bad. The teo chew porridge at Owen rd was gd but too bad not there anymore. They sell very good tao pok kiam chai bay.Originally posted by PoRen:Where is the best Teochew porridge in Singapore?
Originally posted by FireIce:still there
the sa zam bak must try!!!
I used to stay near Owen Rd. Still seldom ate the teochew porridges there because of their cut throat prices, and too many expensive high class wannabe dishes. The MRT development probably drove them away. Those humble down to earth types are the ones I go for.Originally posted by DummiesInc:Owen road used to have a lot of good teochew porridge. I personally find the one at Joo Chiat not bad. Those along Upper Serangoon Rd aren't very good. I've tried all of the stalls there including those near my house along YCK road. Normal only.
The Punggol nasi lemak is way over rated. I once ate at the old Punggol nasi lemak at Brighton Crescent. The most expensive lasi lemak I have ever eaten.Originally posted by akinos:Jalan Rengkam one? so EX!!! i rather eat the nasi lemak at punggol centre there