What to eat at Kovan? How about some warm and healthy porridge at Yuan Ting Gourmet. Let’s find out how their century egg and lean meat congee tasted with this food review.
Porridge was silky and smooth, yet held the shape of each grain nicely, with subtle seasoning. The fried shallots and chopped spring onions elevated the flavouring but still felt light and healthy. Fried fritters or youtiao chunks were crispy and oily, balancing out whatever healthy thoughts we had previously.
Century eggs or 皮蛋 were nothing like what we saw on the display image (huge and plenty). Far and scarce, there were at most 2 slices of century eggs, but still added it’s deep and unique taste to the congee. Lean meat slices were at most 4 slices, but tender and peppery, well marinated.
We added a raw egg to the piping hot porridge for 50cents, which added another layer of smoothness and flavour.
At $4.50 (with extra egg) a bowl of porridge, it was filling, nothing out of the norm to blow our minds, but satisfying to the tummy.
|Monday||7am – 9pm|
|Tuesday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
|Wednesday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
|Thursday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
|Friday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
|Saturday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
|Sunday||7:15am – 9:15pm|
209 Hougang Street 21, #01-28, Singapore 530209