Is porridge always for sick people? Well… judge by yourself at the end of this post after you read what I ate with my porridge.
The porridge was served in a claypot so that the heat can be well maintained. You can slowly enjoy the porridge until the last drop and it’s still warm.
Sin Geylang… Am I bringing you to Singapore to eat the Singapore Geylang famous frog porridge? No… Don’t misunderstood me. This Sin Geylang is located at Penang Island which also serve tasty frog porridge.
Don’t expect to have the frog cook with the porridge. The frog and porridge are serve separately.
The porridge is so smooth and it’s garnished with some spring onion and sesame oil. The sesame oil add some fragrant into the porridge.
See the texture of the porridge. So smooth. Just the way I like my porridge. I don’t fancy teo chew porridge. :-p
Kung Po frog in claypot. The frog is cooked in thick gravy with some dried pepper, ginger and spring onion. I like to mix the gravy into my plain porridge, then you’ll feel the umph in your porridge. The frog meat is QQ and smooth.
Next is steamed frog with some shredded ginger, chopped garlic, bird chili and kei chi. This dish do not have heavy taste like the kung po, instead it maintain the meat taste with a hint taste of soy sauce, herbs and chili.
It’s good to have a hot bowl of porridge in rainy days. It gives you the warmth you need.
This restaurant is located opposite Red Rock Hotel and near to the famous Lye Lye Bah Kut Teh.
Operation hours: 12 pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm (Closed on Wednesday)