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10 Best Frog Leg Porridge In Singapore For Late-Night Suppers And Rainy Days

29th September 2022

Best frog leg porridge in Singapore


Love it or hate it, frog leg porridge is one of those dishes that’ll remain close to the hearts of many Singaporeans—especially as a supper fix on a cold and rainy day. This comfort dish is served piping hot, typically in the form of plain porridge next to a claypot full of frog legs, braised in a dark and gingery, soy-based sauce. Some places cook the frog legs together with the porridge.

We’ve gathered the 10 best frog leg porridge stalls in Singapore to get your late-night cravings sorted!


1. Sin Heng Kee


sin heng kee porridge
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Sin Heng Kee is a famous congee spot in Hougang serving deliciously thick and flavourful porridge with a variety of toppings. They have a Claypot Ginger Onion Frog Porridge (from $8), where the frogs are cooked together with the porridge. Alternatively, if you want something richer, you can get them separately: Claypot Ginger Onion Frog (from $8) with a side of white porridge ($1.50).

This stall is extremely popular, so it’s best to visit during off-peak hours to avoid the long queues!

Address: 685 Hougang Street 61, #01-150, Singapore 530685
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 7am to 8pm
Tel: 9118 1569
Website
Sin Heng Kee Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. No.5 Bukit Timah Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge


no 5 frog leg porridge
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No.5 Bukit Timah Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge is a hit among Bukit Timah residents, as they serve smooth and thick claypot frog porridge till 3am daily.

Bullfrogs ($22 for five) are used here, and you get to have them cooked with ginger and spring onion, with dry chilli, or gong bao-style. The frogs are said to be fresh and meaty, while the plain porridge act as a canvas for the dark and savoury sauces.

Address: 5 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599730
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 3am
Tel: 6467 7317
No.5 Bukit Timah Live Bull Frog Claypot Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Eminent Frog Porridge


eminent frog porridge
Image credit: @chi_singapore_55

Michelin Bib Gourmand eatery Eminent Frog Porridge has been around since 2004. They’re known for their variety of frog dishes, paired with plain porridge (from $2). Popular options include the Frog with Garlic & White Pepper (from $16) and Special Homemade Chilli Frog (from $16), both unique to the stall.

They also offer Frog Boiled in Porridge (from $8) for those who prefer enjoying both components in one dish.

Address: 323 Geylang Road, Singapore 389359
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 4am
Tel: 9842 2941
Eminent Frog Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Chang Jiang G1 Claypot Frog Porridge


chang jiang frog
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Chang Jiang G1 Claypot Frog Porridge offers flavourful frog leg porridge, stir-fried frog dishes and more at wallet-friendly prices. Go with the White Frog Porridge ($13), a simple yet comforting dish comprising white congee with three frogs simmering in it. Otherwise, the 3 Dried Chilli Frogs ($10) and Ginger Onion Frogs ($10) are crowd favourites.

The eatery also serves Frog Bee Hoon ($20), an aromatic wok-fried dish featuring bee hoon, eggs, beansprouts, and lard, topped with meaty frog.

Address: 314 Geylang Road, Singapore 389353
Opening hours: Daily 12:30pm to 11:30pm
Tel: 9830 6040
Website
Chang Jiang G1 Claypot Frog Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


5. Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge


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Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge has a few outlets across Singapore, but their OG Geylang eatery seems to be the most famous, perhaps due to the fact that it opens till 4am daily.

Regulars love their Frog Porridge, affordably priced at $8.50 for a single serving. The stall also sells the classic Dried Chilli Frog Leg (from $8.50) and Ginger Spring Onion Frog Leg (from $8.50), both of which can be paired with plain porridge (from $2).

Address: 235 Geylang Road, Lorong 9 Geylang, Singapore 389294
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 4pm to 4am, Fri-Sun 12pm to 4am
Tel: 8688 8839
Website
Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


6. Feng Xiang BKT


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Local Klang-style bak kut teh and fried porridge chain Feng Xiang BKT will soon be rolling out Frog Legs Fried Porridge (price TBC) as part of its all-new Frog Legs series. This dish is a unique twist to the eatery’s signature fried porridge, which features thick and flavourful congee that’s charred in a claypot. Frog legs are used instead of the common fixings of pork or fish, so you get a savouriness and meatiness unlike anything else.

Another new additions include the Fried Frog Legs (price TBC), deep-fried till crispy, and the Herbal Steamed Frog Legs (price TBC), cooked with nourishing herbs.

Website | Full list of outlets
Feng Xiang BKT is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. Hong Chang Frog Porridge and BBQ Fish


hong chang frog porridge
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Hong Chang Frog Porridge and BBQ Fish is a supper gem near Woodleigh MRT Station that opens till 2am. The casual, no-frills eatery draws residents in for their hearty frog porridge in generous portions. Prices start at $8 for one frog, and you can choose between three ways of cooking: Dry Chilli, Ginger Spring Onion, or Mix with Porridge.

The eatery also has fresh seafood to go along with your frog porridge, including Sambal Stingray (from $10) and Butter Squid (from $9).

Address: 2 Braddell Road, Singapore 359895
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 3pm to 2am
Tel: 9160 3125
Website
Hong Chang Frog Porridge and BBQ Fish is not a halal-certified eatery.


8.  Live Seafood & Frog Porridge Restaurant


g7 live seafood frog
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G7 Live Seafood & Frog Porridge Restaurant is a popular seafood and zi char spot in Geylang that has been around for over 20 years. They’re most known for their Frog Porridge (from $18), which comes with your choice of Dried Chilli Frog or Ginger Spring Onion Frog with a claypot porridge served separately. They’re also open till 3am, so you can pop by for a late-night fix!

The frog legs are said to be tasty and flavourful, so if you need extra porridge to go along with the zhup, you can top up $3.80 for an extra serving.

Address: 161, 163 Geylang Road, Lorong 3 Geylang, #01-01/02, Singapore 389239
Opening hours: Daily 3pm to 3am
G7 Live Seafood & Frog Porridge Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.


9. Dragoncity Claypot Frog Porridge


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Dragoncity Claypot Frog Porridge offers frog legs in a variety of cooking styles. You can get the more traditional Dried Chilli Frog (from $13) and Ginger Onion Frog (from $13), or try something different in the form of Mala Frog ($19). Complement your meal with a comforting bowl of plain porridge (from $2.50), which is said to be flavourful on its own.

They also have a Frog Leg Porridge (from $8.50) if you prefer enjoying both components in one claypot.

Address: 180 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427451
Opening hours: Daily 4pm to 2am
Tel: 9446 4666
Website
Dragoncity Claypot Frog Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.


10. Mui Kee


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Famous Cantonese porridge joint Mui Kee doesn’t serve frog leg porridge as a set, but you can customise your meal with an assortment of liao. Get the Claypot Frog Legs with Ginger & Spring Onion ($22++) paired with a bowl of plain congee ($3++). The claypot dish is said to come with a generous portion of tender and meaty frog legs in a fragrant ginger-soy sauce.

If you’re sharing, complete the table with an order of Sizzling Kai Lan ($12++) and Parrot Fish Belly with Ginger & Spring Onion ($28++).

Address: 1 Scotts Rd, #01-12 Shaw Centre, 228208
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 9pm, Sat-Sun 8am to 9pm
Tel: 6737 2422
Website
Mui Kee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Where to go for frog leg porridge


Now that you know where are the best stalls to get frog leg porridge in Singapore, head to one of these prata places to complete your late-night feast!

For more local food recommendations, read our guide to the best bak chor mee stalls in Singapore. Alternatively, check out our best kopi guide if you need a cup of strong brew!

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Featured image adapted from @alygator, @chi_singapore_55, @foodiebaddie, and Ben Erwin via Google Maps

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