Top 10 Best Pig Organ Soup In Singapore
The traditional Pig’s Organ Soup is a delicate, clean-tasting broth, others prefer a robust, rich soup that packs a good spicy kick, and accompanied with a bowl of jasmine white rice and a sour chilli sauce. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Pig’s Organ Soup in Singapore.
- 1. Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup
- 2. Koh Brother Pig’s Organ Soup
- 3. Ri Tao Fu Teochew Pig’s Organ Soup
- 4. Jin Ding Xiang Pig Organ Soup
- 5. Pig’s Organ Soup. Bak Kut Teh. Kway Chap
- 6. Ah Keat Pig’s Organ Soup and Kway Chap
- 7. Soon Huat Pig’s Organ Soup
- 8. Say Seng Cooked Food
- 9. Aik Kee Haslet Soup
- 10. Yu Ji Pig’s Organ Soup Herbal Mutton Soup
- 11. Lau San Kway Chap . Pig’s Organ Soup
- 12. Lau Pa Sat Pig’s Organ Soup: Kway Chap
- 13. Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap
- 14. Lai Xing Cooked Food
- 15. Bishan 284 Kway Chap
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1. Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup
Introduction: Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig’s Organ Soup. Located along Foch Road, they open until 5:00 am on most days, so it is a perfect spot to hit up for your supper. Their food quality is good and service is usually very efficient. You never have to wait longer than 10 minutes for your food to be served.
Offerings: Signature Pig Organ Soup (S$4.20 for small, S$6.20 for large). The soup containing a medley of pig offals, meatballs, pork belly, tofu and salted vegetables, provides a strong fragrance and meaty, piquant and salty taste. The intestines has a bouncy texture, while the kidney has a smooth and rubbery texture, and does not have any pungent taste in soup. Meatballs are juicy and flavourful, and the pork belly tastes great. The soup is not too greasy and has a great flavour in it. The chilli that comes with this dish is awesome to. Try a mixture of some chilli, soup and a piece of meat on a spoon, it simply tastes fantastic.
Location: 24 Foch Road, 209263
Contact: +65 6297 5068
2. Koh Brother Pig’s Organ Soup
Introduction: Koh Brother Pig’s Organ Soup stall began in 1955 by a pioneer hawker named Koh Kee with a secret recipe and a push cart.The stall has been also listed in Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2019, probably the first Pig’s Organ Soup stall in Singapore to be awarded.
Offerings: The Pig’s Organ Soup ($4.00, $5.00) comes with that special soup along with cut pieces of pig organs, such as pig liver, tripe, intestines, as well as pork belly and pork balls, lean meat. It specialises in Teochew-style clear soup, freshly made daily from pig bones and offal and salted preserved mustard vegetables
Location: 02-29 Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre, 30 Seng Poh Road, 168898 Singapore
Contact: +65 8113 7218
10. Yu Ji Pig’s Organ Soup Herbal Mutton Soup
Introduction: .Yu Ji Pig’s Organ Soup Herbal Mutton Soup is a part to play in Singapore’s food heaven, Whampoa Makan Place.
Offerings: The pig intestine and stomach had a nice chewy texture, pig liver has a natural sweetness to it and was powdery. Their organ soup containing with meatballs, pig skin, tofu, slice pork meat, salted vegetable and pork belly.
Location: 01-81,90 Whampoa Drive, 320090 Singapore
11. Lau San Kway Chap . Pig’s Organ Soup
Introduction: The stall is manned by third son and his elder brother on shifts. The queue is usually longer on weekends and it is also much crowded. Other than Kway Chap, there are also Braised Pork Knuckle and Pig’s Organ Soup to go with rice.
Offerings: Signature Dish : 1.Snapper Fish Tacos Slaw, chipotle, pineapple salsa $12 2.Salt And Pepper Calamari Sweet chilli mayonnaise $16
Location: 01-1222 , Block 232 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3,560232, SINGAPORE
12. Lau Pa Sat Pig’s Organ Soup: Kway Chap
Introduction: Lau Pa Sat Pig’s Organ Soup this stall serves awesome kwap and pig’s organ soup. Their soup is brewed with pork bones, and kway chap also will be your most favourite here because it is perfect to eat with the braised tofu and pig innards.
Offerings: Never miss the opportunity to have dinner at lau pa sat every time you visit Singapore.The signature Kway Chap Set Meal (S$4.80) includes sides of braised pork belly, tau kwa, tau pok, and pig offal. These ingredients are served in soup that is made up of dark soy sauce.
Location: 01-170 Marine Parade Central Food Centre
13. Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap
Introduction: Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap is s good place to go to for Teochew braised duck at Chinatown Complex. They also famous with their Kwap Chap.
Offerings: The gravy & soup from Kway Chap were loaded with robust herbal flavours. Their braising sauce was solid pom pi pi. Not extremely thick and sticky, but good enough to coat the meat and offals well. I ordered a one person version which has pork belly, beancurd, pig’s skin, pig’s intestine and more. It went well with the soup kway and vinegar garlic chilli sauce.
Location: 02-156, Blk 335 Smith Street,050335 Singapore
Contact: +65 9018 9052
14. Lai Xing Cooked Food
Introduction: A simple looking kway chap stall, known as Lai Xing Cooked Food, was located at Hougang 105 Hainanese Village.This is definitely will be one of your favourite Kuey Chap stall in Singapore due to their good texture, flavors and pricing.
Offerings: The mixed set of Kway Chap ($2.50) consisted of kway, eggs, fish cakes, tau pok, and innards. The kway was served in a light herbal soup with fried shallots which enhanced the flavours.
Location: 02-09,Blk 105, Hougang Ave 1, Hougang 105 Hainanese Village 530105, Singapore
15. Bishan 284 Kway Chap
Introduction: Unlike most kway chap stalls that opens in the morning and closes in the afternoon, Bishan 284 Kway Chap is a supper place for many. Only open from 8.30pm, the stall usually draws lines of people.
Offerings: The kway was soft and smooth. The pork meat was tender and thoroughly braised with dark sauce. The innards were clean and did not have taste of bitter grime. The salted preserved vegetables brought a crunchy touch to this dish.
Location: Blk 284 Bishan Street 22, KPT,570284 Singapore
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