Hoe Kee Porridge: Perfect Porridge Anytime! Maxwell Food Centre Part 5 of 8

With smart, SurprisePocket, jezzz and iwatch_ueat

Hoe Kee has been rapidly expanding their stalls in the last few years. I am very apprehensive about the quality of food at big operators such as Hoe Kee. But SurprisePocket insisted that they were better than Zeng Zeng’s (which is usually sold out by lunch anyway). This handmade tofu looked too irresistible so we had to try it first. A simple dish, the tofu I suspect is made from soya bean milk and egg, steamed like a chawanmushi then deep fried. Add some shallots, spring onions and chilli and drench it in a soy sauce based gravy….. heavenly delight! 4/5

It is hard to take an interesting picture of porridge. So I decided to take a picture of the porridge after we stirred it up a bit. For $3 a bowl, I am sure you will agree that the amount of century eggs is generous!! The porridge was smooth and very tasty! It was seriously very very good. One day I must try the Zhen Zhen one to compare, cos I really don’t know how much better Century Egg porridge can get. 4.5/5

I was amazed to see this machine with a huge tap head at the bottom. It is used for boiling the porridge of course! Conclusion The great thing about this place is that they are almost always opened! Currently the best (and most value for money) Century Egg Porridge in my books.

Hoe Kee Porridge

Maxwell Food Centre (The corner at the junction of the 2 major Roads)
Singapore 069184

Opening hours:

Mon to Thu: 6:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Fri to Sat: 6:30 AM to 4:00 AM

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