During first quarter of 2018, I visited Crystal Cafe for their famous Taiwanese Porridge Buffet. Now we are turning to Teochew Porridge At Spice Brasserie which also offers it as a buffet too.
As a Teochew, I grew up eating porridge. And in our family, there’s always porridge as an option for breakfast and even for lunch. This has become a comfort food for me, especially on rainy days.
Teochew Porridge At Spice Brasserie
Executive Chef Kelvin Chuah of Parkroyal On Kitchener Road dishes Teochew Porridge at Spice Brasserie.
Diner could tuck into a sumptuous spread of up to 12 braised items which are always a must have for porridge. These braised items maybe on rotational basis.
Some of the familiar and crowd-pleaser are the Braised Pork Belly, Pork Knuckle,Eggs, Beancurd, Beancurd Skin, Tau Pok and Mushroom.
Less commonly found on Teochew Porridge Spread is the Braised Pork Skin.
For the more adventurous diner and the Teochew would be delighted to find the Braised Pig Stomach and Braised Intestine. The latter is a personal favourite.
Braised Chicken Feet is also available. A pity it was not tender enough.
A very much welcome Braised item is the Braised Duck.
Aside Braised items, there are many more items which diner will be pleased to find.
One of such is the Fish Cake, well-loved by diners.
Omelette is another such pleasing dish. The Teochew Porridge at Spice Brasserie offer 2 types of omelette, Onion and Chye Poh.
Some other must have is the Preserved Vegetable, Mui Chye.
If you prefer fresh vegetables, there are option such as stir-fried long beans, cabbage and marrow.
To add on the variety, on the spread are Steamed Minced Meat.
And the Sour preserved vegetable Fish.
Commonly seen Squid dish and the Deep-Fried Fish are also part of the spread.
Interestingly, at Porridge buffet, the Chicken Curry is inevitably available.
Fried items are also available such as Seafood Wonton, Prawn Paste Chicken and Chicken Ngoh Hiang too.
If you are looking for the classic Porridge accomplishment such as the Ferment Beancurd, Preserved Cai Xin, Xin, Nonya Achar, Peanuts and of course the Salted Egg and many more, at a destined area of the table, you can find as much as 20 types.
2 Types of porridge were part of the spread. First is the Plain Porridge, the other is the Sweet Potato Porridge.
lf you prefer rice, you can opt for the Steamed Rice, Flavour Rice …
And even Fried Mee Hoon.
Some find need condiments such as Soya Sauce, Chilli Sauce and so on, diners could find 8 different condiments and sauces.
Fruits & Desserts
At every buffet, rounding up the meal with desserts is a must.
First with some Fruits.
Next then desserts, such as the Teochew Mung Bean Cake, Muah Chee with Peanuts, Poton Ice Cream.
Or maybe the Pandan Kueh Lapis, Banana Fritters or Fruits Jelly.
The Teochew Porridge at Spice Brasserie is priced at $29 per adult, $15 per child. It is available for only dinner from Mondays to Wednesday.
Special promotion from now till 31 May 2018, when you dine in a group of 4 adults, it will be at $100 nett.
Spread at the Teochew Porridge at Spice Brasserie is certainly one with the most comprehensive spread.
Spice Brasserie @ Parkroyal On Kitchener Road
181 Kitchener Road, Parkroyal On Kitchener Singapore 208533
Tel: +65 6428 3160
Dinner – 1800 to 2230
- North East Line – Farrer Park station
- Before Tai Hoe Hotel along Kitchener Road 21, 125, 130
- After Allenby Road along Jalan Besar 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 130, 139, 147, 857
- At Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple along Serangoon Road 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 130, 139, 147, 857
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