After soups, I bet porridge is also one of those comforting foods for many. Warm liquid rice sure settles better in the tummy than steamed rice.
The lunch buffet ($9.80 nett on weekdays, $12.80 nett on weekends & public holidays) spread here offers a good variety of food. The above was just a portion of what was available. There was much more but I was really hungry. Classic porridge condiments like salted duck egg, fermented beancurd, braised peanuts, preserved vegetables and pork floss were a plenty. Other dishes included stir-fried chicken with bell peppers, seafood stir-fry, char siew, roast chicken, lup cheong omelette, steamed egg, fried fish, stewed pork belly etc etc.
While most dishes were just alright ( but the hae chor was horrible!), the roast chicken stood out. Tender and just flavoured with soy sauce and a bit of salt.
I also enjoyed the fried fish. Though it would have been better if pipping hot, there's still something about eating fried fish using one's fingers. Slap on some kick-ass balachan and it would have been like grandma's.
And there's also kway chap. I requested to do without the innards so fret not innards fans. They are available. The sheets of flour had a good bite and the accompanying liquid was tasty.
For desserts, there were a selection of cut fruits, some kueh, cakes, bobo cha cha and tau suan. Both the bobo cha cha and tau suan were not too sweet and quite enjoyable.
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Tel: 6825 2062
Porridge Buffet Lunch: Mondays to Fridays- 11am to 3pm
: Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays- 11am to 4pm
Chew On This: The porridge buffet is only available for lunch. For dinner, a steamboat buffet steps in.