This looks delicious.
If you’re in the mood for some cheap but scrumptious seafood in Singapore, you might be in luck. [Featured Image: Sao Pin Paofan, Facebook].
Ex-head chef/kitchen director from Jumbo Seafood has ventured away from the brand to begin a new business. Sao Pin Paofan is the all new stand, with two outlets, created by Ng Chong Lay. He’s been in the Singapore seafood game for over 20 years.
Serving up their speciality pao fan (“submerged rice”), there are plenty of wonderful flavours available at Sao Pin Paofan. You’ll find the two new stalls over at a coffeeshop in Foch Sqare, as well as in China Square food center.
The dishes contain seafood in a broth, on a bed of white rice and fried grains. And they look pretty god damn delicious. Best part is that everything cost a maximum of $6-7.
If you’re not in the mood for seafood, don’t worry. There’s other dishes here for you, like the iberico pork chop or grilled beef fillet options.
So, if this sounds like you’re thing, head down to one of the two locations for some cheap and delicious pao fan. It’ll quickly become a mainstay for many of our lunchtimes. We’re sure of it.
- Foch Road Branch: No. 27 Foch Road, Hoa Nam Building #01-02 Coffeeshop Stall No. 4, 209264.
- China Square Branch: 51 Telok Ayer, China Square Food Center #01-18, 048441.