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Li Fang Congee @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Enjoy your you tiao with porridge flavours like la la, prawns and more

Li Fang Congee @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Enjoy your you tiao with porridge flavours like la la, prawns and more

Li Fang Congee @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre – Enjoy your you tiao with porridge flavours like la la, prawns and more

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Li Fang Congee

#01-25 Yishun Park Hawker Centre

Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 7am-2pm, Sun: 7am-2pm, 5pm-9pm

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As someone who stays far from the North, my trips to Yishun Park Hawker Centre were quite a discovery. Not only could I find the usual hawker staples like mee pok and fish soup, but there were also trendy burgers and fusion min jiang kueh to try. 

Another stall that caught my attention was Li Fang Congee, which is although your typical porridge stall, has a wide variety of flavours. Aside from the typical pork, fish or chicken options, they even serve more "luxurious" ones with seafood, la la (clams) and prawns. 

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I decided to go for something more classic though, and dapao-ed their century egg and lean meat congee ($4). 

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They also century egg porridge with meatball or minced meat, if that's more your cup of tea. If you're a fan of offals, you can even go for their fried intestine congee! 

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My bowl of porridge looked pretty unassuming, and came topped with fried shallots, spring onions, and pepper on top of the century egg and lean meat slices. 

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But, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that they gave a free stick of you tiao! Though not uncommon, you don't always get them with your porridge, so I was quite excited to have it with mine. I was afraid they would turn soggy during the travel back, so I took a quick bite to savour its crispiness. Luckily, it was still pretty crunchy even after I reached home.   

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To balance out the lip-smacking you tiao, I eagerly took a spoonful of the porridge. Its consistency was on the thicker side, but I could still taste the fairly big clumps of grains. There were no strong flavours, but it was decently tasty and homely, thanks to the ingredients. 

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I liked that some of the slices of century egg were chunky, and while they can be an acquired taste, I thought they weren't too pungent for my palate. 

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I thought there was a good handful of lean pork slices, which were quite sizeable. Of a decent thickness too, I found them to be chewy and tender. 

While this bowl of porridge did not blow me away, the you tiao was a nice touch, and the congee was comforting to slurp up!

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