King Of Fried Rice Opens New Outlet At Bukit Batok East
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King Of Fried Rice Opens New Outlet At Bukit Batok East

9th February 2022

King of Fried Rice Bukit Batok East

king of fried rice bukit batok east
Image credit: @kingoffriedricesg

The hype train of Din Tai Fung-style pork chop fried rice doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon—apparent from the speed at which King of Fried Rice is expanding. Fresh off the press is another new addition to the west: King of Fried Rice Bukit Batok East. This marks the chain’s 21st branch, following their most recent Clementi outlet, which launched earlier this year.

king of fried rice bukit batok east coffeeshop
Image credit: @kingoffriedrices

The all-new King of Fried Rice outlet is located in Tong Lai Eating House, a coffeeshop at 282 Bukit Batok Ave 3. While it’s a short five-minute bus ride from the MRT station, a bit of walking is involved. Ardent fans might be aware that the chain also has a branch at Bukit Batok West, more specifically in Hometeam NS Bukit Batok.

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Go straight for their bestselling Egg Fried Rice With Pork Cutlet ($6.50), priced at a fraction of what you would pay at any Din Tai Fung restaurant. The pork chop here is said to be tender and well-seasoned, with a slightly peppery flavour. There’s also Egg Fried Rice With Shrimp ($6.50) and Egg Fried Rice With Crabmeat and Tobiko ($10) if you prefer seafood.

king of fried rice pork chop
Image credit: @truffats

Don’t forget to add a healthy heaping of their housemade chilli oil, which goes well with the savoury fried rice.

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If Bukit Batok is too far for you, find your nearest King of Fried Rice with their full list of outlets here! Get your dose of fried rice and chee cheong fan at Bishan Kim San Leng Coffee Shop, or head to King of Fried Rice Yishun if you reside in the north.

For more eats in the area, check out Nam Sing’s new Bukit Batok outlet for their legendary fried hokkien mee. Alternatively, head to The Kuihmaker at Bukit Batok West for traditional kueh.

Address: 282 Bukit Batok Ave 3, Tong Lai Eating House, Singapore 650283
Opening hours: TBC

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Featured image adapted from @mschihuosg and @kingoffriedricesg

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