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G7 Sinma Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge (Cheong Chin Nam Rd)

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Sinma Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge is located on Cheong Chin Nam Road and specialises in live bull frog claypot porridge.
+65 64677317
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Great food, great company, great conversation makes for a great night together.

Went for supper here as my friend lives near the place although he'd not been here before.
There was some kind of promotion going on and we got three bullfrogs for the price of two, 2 pots of porridge, a plate of friend kangkong, lime juice and coke.

The porridge was delicious, very smooth, not too thin or thick but just right.
And it went very well with the spicy kung pao frog's legs.
My friend was rather apprehensive about eating the frog's legs at first (his first time) but gamely tried it after some coaxing from me.
He was surprised that he enjoyed it and ended up eating more than me~
The friend kangkong was good too, crunchy and flavorful.

Although we were sitting outside where there's no aircon, it was a cool night and I enjoyed myself so much that we were the the last customers to leave.

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Great food, great company, great conversation makes for a great night together.

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Went for supper here as my friend lives near the place although he'd not been here before.
There was some kind of promotion going on and we got three bullfrogs for the price of two, 2 pots of porridge, a plate of friend kangkong, lime juice and coke.

The porridge was delicious, very smooth, not too thin or thick but just right.
And it went very well with the spicy kung pao frog's legs.
My friend was rather apprehensive about eating the frog's legs at first (his first time) but gamely tried it after some coaxing from me.
He was surprised that he enjoyed it and ended up eating more than me~
The friend kangkong was good too, crunchy and flavorful.

Although we were sitting outside where there's no aircon, it was a cool night and I enjoyed myself so much that we were the the last customers to leave.
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