When my friend suggest to eat frog porridge, my response was 'excuse me, porridge?!!! Can't you just cook at home?...
For those that are uninitiated, Geylang, famous as the red light
districts in Singapore where it also serves Singapore’s most famous frog porridge.
The are three
different way they serve the frog. We ordered one each. (RM12/frog)
Nevertheless, the porridge was still very tasty even though there were nothing inside and was sizzling hot the time it was served. You can actually taste the freshness and juiciness in the frog from the first bite, it was seriously good.
You could add some sesame oil or white pepper for extra seasoning if you
want but I recommend using the gravy from the dry chili and spring onion frog legs.
Spring onion frog leg was very flavorful and the gravy are
perfect to mix with porridge or rice.
Frog meat is exquisitely tender and juicy.
The dry chili (kungpo) sauce was not so spicy, but has a little kick. It complements well with the plain porridge and the texture of
the frog was very smooth, tender and juicy.
Fried hong kong cabbage was sweet and crispy. yummy! (RM12)
I don't deny that the frog porridge was very good, worth a visit !
Jalan PJS 8/12A,
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
No.10, Jalan SS2/61,
47800 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.