155 Bukit Batok Street 11
#01-324 Yong Xing Mian Jia Can Shi
Singapore 650155

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Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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The oyster omelette from Fatty Weng is neither too greasy nor dry and the amount of oyster is extremely generous. You can choose the portion based on the price tag ($5/$6/$8/$10). For us, we usually get the $5 portion and it is already quite filling for a meal.

Noodles were nicely done, Tom yum not so spicy. Appreciate that they use herbs like lemongrass and blue ginger root to make the tomyum flavourful.

Tried their oyster omelette the first time and this time, we went for their other popular dish! The unassuming clear broth was well packed with flavour and I especially liked that extra touch of savouriness from the bits of salted vegetables and fried ikan bilis. Fish slices were fresh, chunky and tender with a good bite. Portion was great and worth the price tag. Will definitely be back!

📍Fatty Weng 肥仔荣食摊
Yong Xing Mian Jia Can Shi / Yong Xing Coffee Shop 
Blk 155 Bukit Batok Street 11 Singapore 650154
🕗 8am to 9pm Daily

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Was craving for orh jians but my fav stalls are closed on Mondays, so we googled and came by here! Fatty Weng has 2 stalls and sells a huge variety from orh jian, roast meats to fish soup. $5 but the portion was pretty good and the fresh oysters were plump! It had a good balance of egg and starch, but I’d like it crispier and more evenly seasoned. Not the best but still a good option if you’re in the West! They also have bigger portions at $6/$8.

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One of my favourite haunt when I am craving for orh luak, in the West of Singapore.
I always try to order when the long-time lady staff is manning the wok, as she does a better version - fragrant and crispy tapioca starch and eggs, that is fried to perfection!
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This dish is getting rare! For those new to Singapore cuisine, orh luak is an oyster omelette / 蚝煎 / 굴 오믈렛.
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The eggs are fried on a really hot pan with starch, preferably till crispy, before adding the oysters (can't overcook these). There are different preferences but I like my orh luak to be really crispy, but retaining some soft egginess of the omelette. I believe most would prefer their oysters to be large, fresh and juicy, but I'm not particular about the oysters cos I'm one of those that orders oyster omelette solely for the egg and starch. I can even do a "Uncle, 蚝煎不要蚝!”
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To achieve the crispy starch and egg combination, they have to be fried in hot oil for extended period of time. Many don't, and if that happens what I get is a plate of soggy eggs and starch drenched in oil. But oyster omelette done right is worth the calories and fats, in moderation. This stall does the frying well, so it's crispy with egginess. But for the best orh luak, probably the one at Simon Road.

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