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Hong Kee Porridge

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Authentic Cantonese Porridge

The owner of the stall is from Guangzhou, he has been helping with his father's porridge shop since young. When he came to Singapore 40 years ago, he started selling his own porridge.

He started preparing his ingredients from 4am in the morning, and by 6.30am he is ready for business. His porridge is cooked overnight, hence it is very silky and smooth.

I ordered their pork + century egg porridge ($3) and the whole bowl is full of ingredients. You have pork meat, kidney, intestines etc, and the porridge has a nice aroma.

The fish slice porridge ($2.50) is very very fresh, it is super comforting especially during rainy days. The porridge is made everyday, without adding any MSG. The shop also sells raw fish if you like.

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The owner of the stall is from Guangzhou, he has been helping with his father's porridge shop since young. When he came to Singapore 40 years ago, he started selling his own porridge.

He started preparing his ingredients from 4am in the morning, and by 6.30am he is ready for business. His porridge is cooked overnight, hence it is very silky and smooth.

I ordered their pork + century egg porridge ($3) and the whole bowl is full of ingredients. You have pork meat, kidney, intestines etc, and the porridge has a nice aroma.

The fish slice porridge ($2.50) is very very fresh, it is super comforting especially during rainy days. The porridge is made everyday, without adding any MSG. The shop also sells raw fish if you like.

For more pictures, please click here.

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