Once a poor man’s meal, it is now a delicacy eaten with side dishes like fried radish egg, stewed pork slices with salted vegetables, stir-fry venison with ginger and spring onions, fried black pomfret in black bean sauce and many others depending on your choices and taste. I was chatting with Chef Eric Neo one day and he recommended me to try Gu Zao Ren Taiwan Porridge (古早人台湾粥). We have since become their regular patrons. Located along Changi Road, Gu Zao Ren porridge serves a range of dishes cooked a la minute to go with your Teochew porridge.
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