Thursday, July 26, 2012

Supreme Pork Chop Rice, Beach Road


This particular stall (basement of 67 Beach Road) has had its history for sure. I can not so vaguely recall the time over a decade past, when a camp mate of mine brought me for the first time to savor their freshly fried pork chop rice. Back then it was located in a coffeeshop in a shophouse just beside Allson Hotel. In my earlier working life, it shifted to the food court at Shaw Leisure Gallery. The next relocation saw them at the food court at Bras Brasah Complex. Then came the Middle Road unit and now, the current premise is a basement just at the junction of Middle Road and Beach Road.

And in the past 4 years, the price has gone up by a mere twenty cents. How good is that?  The chops were still pretty much as I remembered them. Backed up with frozen variety peas, corns and carrots. And an egg if you would.

They may not be the best (screw superlatives sometimes!) in the world, but they're still definitely freshly fried, thin crisp batter and enough moist meat in there to qualify itself as a real pork chop. And they're still pulling a pretty big crowd.

1 comment:

FoodieFC said...

They have been shifting several times. The latest location is the one next to the row of shops specialising in steam boats?