65 Tiong Poh Road
Singapore 160065

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07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

07:00am - 12:00am

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Chilly weather warranted warm comforting meals and that's how we found ourselves at Ah Chiang's Porridge, a street corner establishment in the cosy Tiong Bahru neighbourhood. Slightly surreal to see Teslas and Porsches and whatnot parked by a porridge store but they made for good scenery.

Had the Mixed Pork Porridge ($4.50), Century Egg Sliced Pork Porridge ($5.50), Sambal Kangkong ($10), and a Soybean drink - total came up to $25.20. The porridge was oh so smooth and comfortingly delicious. Liver was the standout here, perfectly cooked with a soft and almost bouncy texture. Kangkong might seem pricey but portion was huge, enough for at least 3. Will return to eat more of the liver!

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Decent porridge but would prefer them not to pour the soy sauce into the porridge.

They also serve deep fried wantons for $8 which I find it’s quite pricey.

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Ah Chiang’s Porridge might be tucked at one corner and seemed to be moving kind of slowly here, but it was also at such a relaxed pace to feel the weekend vibes.

The Minced Meat Porridge (S$4.50) was, indeed, simple. Though it might not be easy to notice traces of the minced meat, I was still drawn to the smoothness of the congee and its light flavours. For more variety to the meal, one could simply order some vegetables or fried tofu to supplement the congee.

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This place serves Cantonese style porridge which meant it was cooked to an absolute smoothness without any signs of boiled rice grains. Our bowl of porridge came piping hot with a smooth texture. It was rather bland to our taste buds so we added some soy sauce and pepper to suit our taste. The raw fish (salmon) was thinly sliced with not much taste other than sesame oil. I was hoping that it could be a little spicier for some kick. The price is slightly on the high side considering their serving is smaller than other places that serve congee. Overall not too bad for cold, chilly weather over a warm, healthy and hearty meal.

Sliced Fish Century Egg Porridge 》$7.50
Sliced Meat Century Egg Porridge 》$5.50
Raw Fish (Salmon) 》$5.50

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This restaurant has seen their haydays. Ever since new management, this lady is of the rudest you can find in the restaurant.

Porridge is no longer good. Taste that even a dog won’t want to eat. This is how rude the staff can be!

Please patronise this place at your own risk. I’ve banned this establishment for good! Please help spread the word, a place not even worth a dime to be dining in here!

Century egg with pork slices porridge @ $5.50
Youtiao @ $2

Very good porridge that's of superb texture and a lot of ingredients. Simple yet tasty and flavourful.

The fried fritters is good too just a little bit stale.

Will be back to try other flavours!