22 Jul '11, 1am

Our friend Wahcow stumbled upon this Teochew Muay place with a 70 year history that seemed to have remain out of...

Our friend Wahcow stumbled upon this Teochew Muay place with a 70 year history that seemed to have remain out of...

Stewed Cabbage - Typical Teochew Muay dish Sometimes when I look at scenes from Tsukiji Market and catch a glimpse of a huge Tuna, I wonder to myself, "How did this Tuna, which must be at least 20 years old, manage to escape being caught all these time?" I felt exactly the same way with this particular Teochew Porridge stall. In the hour that we were there, business was non-stop until they finally closed at 2.30pm. When the boss finally got a breather, I got to chat with him and found out that the stall has been in existence even before WWII. His father had arrived in Singapore as a boy of 5 years of age in 1937 to join his dad (his grandfather) who has been helping his brother (his granduncle) at the stall along beach road. I wonder how such an established stall, which is obviously very popular, managed to escape the media radar all these years? The owner tells me that th...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2011/07/choon-seng-teochew-porr...

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