King Of Fried Rice Opens In Bukit Batok, With 17th Outlet Upcoming In Holland Village
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King Of Fried Rice Opens In Bukit Batok, With 17th Outlet Upcoming In Holland Village

15th September 2021

King Of Fried Rice at Bukit Batok and Holland Village

Make way for King of Fried Rice as they are coming back with another two more outlets this month—Bukit Batok and Holland Village!

King Of Fried Rice Pork Cutlet
Image credit: @xinfulcravings

King Of Fried Rice rose to popularity among locals with their pork cutlet fried rice, which has been said to be as good as Din Tai Fung’s version. The owner started out at Golden Mile Tower in 2019 and slowly expanded across Singapore, including outlets in Yishun at Wisteria Mall, and in Sengkang Kopitiam Square.

King Of Fried Rice Egg Fried Rice With Prawn
Image credit: @gordon61

They have multiple outlets located around Singapore, including their two latest outlets—Bukit Batok, which opened yesterday, and Holland Village, which is set to open by the end of September.

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Their most popular dish, the Egg Fried Rice With Pork Cutlet, is affordably priced at $6.50 for its reasonably sized portion. For those who prefer an alternative option to their pork cutlet, try the Egg Fried Rice With Shrimp ($6.50), and Egg Fried Rice With Crabmeat and Tobiko ($10).

King Of Fried Rice Egg Fried Rice With Crabmeat and Tobiko
Image credit: @merrychristmasmrlawrence

Other than their Egg Fried Rice, there are also other flavours including X.O. Fried Rice ($7.90), Tom Yum Fried Rice ($7.50), and Mala Fried Rice ($7.50). You could also spruce up your dish by topping up $1 for Tobiko!

The announced opening date for Bukit Batok is 14 September, and the upcoming outlet at Holland Village is set to open in the third week of September. The Holland Village location will be at Blk 31 Holland Close, #01-241, Singapore 270031. For more details, check out their Facebook and Instagram pages.

For alternative food recommendations, you can check out our Mian Wang 1971 review for a zhnged-up mix of classic Singaporean dishes. Also, you can read up on Kota Zheng Zhong’s first Singapore outlet at Holland Village for their Johor Bahru Iberico Pork Bak Kut Teh.

Mian Wang 1971 Review: Zhnged-Up Hokkien Mee With Salted Egg Calamari And Sambal Belacan Pork

Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, #01-09B, Hometeam NS Bukit Batok, Singapore 659003
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Website

Featured image adapted from @foodietwoshoessg‘s and King Of Fried Rice

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