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Oasis Taiwan Porridge (Toa Payoh) (海京楼台湾粥)

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30 reviews

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Daily: 07:00 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 06:00

+65 63464418
$18 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Children/Family (15 votes), Supper (14 votes)
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Shiok comfort food that makes you want more!

Been there twice now, and the food standard is consistent. Absolutly loving the simple dishes that are well done and reminds you of Ah-ma's cooking. Definitely must try the 1) Stewed pork belly - it melts in your mouth with just the right amount of fat 2) Chai poh egg - crispy, slightly oily and fragrant 3) Braised Pork intestines - fresh and doesn't have the pungent "porky" taste and 4) Fermented beancurd - perfect with the freeflow sweet potato porridge! For more info and pics, go to: http://weelovefood.blogspot.sg/2013/10/oasis-taiwan-porridge-superb-shiok.html :) Enjoy folks!!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • braised pork4 votes
  • Stewed pork3 votes
  • cai poh ommelette3 votes
  • Sweet potato porridge2 votes
  • 1)cai buay1 vote
  • 2)fresh cockles1 vote
  • 3)tofu wif pork floss1 vote
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• 28 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

do not feel welcome at all.

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Food was not fantastic, service was bad with senior waitress dictating your orders. price was astronomical, e.g order fish and they did not tell us there is a price hike for the festive seasons. will not be going there again.
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• 17 Oct 2013 • 20 reviews • 1 follower

Shiok comfort food that makes you want more!

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Been there twice now, and the food standard is consistent. Absolutly loving the simple dishes that are well done and reminds you of Ah-ma's cooking. Definitely must try the 1) Stewed pork belly - it melts in your mouth with just the right amount of fat 2) Chai poh egg - crispy, slightly oily and fragrant 3) Braised Pork intestines - fresh and doesn't have the pungent "porky" taste and 4) Fermented beancurd - perfect with the freeflow sweet potato porridge! For more info and pics, go to: http://weelovefood.blogspot.sg/2013/10/oasis-taiwan-porridge-superb-shiok.html :) Enjoy folks!!
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• 29 Nov 2012 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

Great for a family gathering

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I had gone to this restaurant a few years back based on a HGW recommendation. I decided to visit it again last week. Although the ambience was just as wonderful as I remembered it, the food standard has decreased slightly. 

The highy recommended stewed pork, for example, was not good at all. I had the same dish during my previous visit and it was fantastic, so I don't understand what went wrong. Change in chef? Lower quality of ingredients? 

The other two dishes we ordered were the chye poh egg and the fresh cockles. The egg was so so. The cockles were good. 

If I could recommend something from this restaurant, it'd be the abundant sweet potato porridge. It has the taste of mum's cooking. :)

Other than that, you can order other dishes. Just not the stewed pork. It's really not nice. The meat wasn't tender and there was not much taste. 
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