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Rice Roll & Porridge

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Located at Killiney Road, Rice Roll & Porridge serves Asian cuisine.
+65 67361355
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Affordable and decent

Their fried rice and various porridge is affordable, decent. Cravings for porridge or chee cheong fun can have their quick fix here.

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• 13 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Affordable and decent

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Their fried rice and various porridge is affordable, decent. Cravings for porridge or chee cheong fun can have their quick fix here.
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• 08 May 2014 • 2042 reviews • 261 followers

smooth porridge

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At a recent visit, I was looking for a quick lunch and decided to try this hole in the wall.

I ordered the minced meat and century egg porridge ($4.50) and added pork liver ($2). The porridge was very smooth but it had a very strong dry after taste.

I also tried the druken chicken ($6). Served chilled, it was not as good as I found it a little too chewy.

Overall, I was not overly impressed by the food. It was alright for a quick meal, but nothing outstanding. Service though was friendly and enthusiastic, ready to serve.
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• 02 May 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Tom yam seafood rice roll

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We're a fan of House of Rice Roll and Porridge's durian chee cheong fun, but this tom yam seafood rice roll ($8.80) with fake crab meat, squid and a grainy, spicy tom yam sauce is plain weird :( Have you tried it? Eh at are your sentiments?
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