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This Popular Spot At Jalan Besar Serves Incredible Pig Organ Soup, Vinegar Pig Trotters & Lu Rou Fan!

Authentic Mun Chee Kee King of Pig’s Organ Soup at Jalan Besar is a popular go-to spot for many. Not only do they serve up comforting and tasty Pig Organ Soup, but they also serve other incredible dishes as well like their Vinegar Pig Trotters and Lu Rou Fan. If you’ve yet to check them out, this is a spot that’s not to be missed!

Authentic Mun Chee Kee King Of Pig’s Organ Soup

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For those that didn’t know, Authentic Mun Chee Kee actually has two family outlets, with the other named Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup located at Foch Road. Created by Uncle Mun Chee, the original recipe from 1973 continues to be used to this day, drawing customers from all over Singapore.

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The stall offers a wide array of dishes ranging from Claypot Sesame Oil Chicken and Braised Pig Intestines to their popular Pig Organ Soup as well as their braised and vinegar pig trotters. With a ton of other side dishes to enjoy, it’s safe to say customers will definitely be spoiled for choice!

Lu Rou Fan ($2.80)

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Served at an affordable price of $2.80 with a generous amount of braised pork, the meat is seriously flavourful and tender. It has a good ratio of fats to lean meat, with the perfect balance of sweet and salty. Compared to the ones you’ll find at Taiwanese Cafes, this will definitely hit the spot and at a much more affordable price point as well!

Pig Organ Soup ($4.50)

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

One of their best-sellers, the Pig Organ Soup is definitely a must-try when you’re here. The soup is light yet flavourful, with each sip bringing you a delightful feeling of comfort. The dish is served with a generous amount of ingredients like minced pork, liver, pork balls, and pig stomach.

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

The liver is perfectly cooked, making it incredibly tender while the stomach gives a nice chewy bite. Both taste really clean as well, making them veru palatable for most people. As for the pork ball, it has a really pleasant bite and is seasoned to perfection. Elevating the flavours of the ingredients is the chilli, adding layers of spice and tang to each bite.

Vinegar Pig Trotters ($7.50)

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Image: Singapore Foodie

A Cantonese-favourite dish, this is a good option to try if you’re looking for something different from your usual Braised Pig Trotters. The taste of the vinegar is pretty mild and the flavour of the gravy leans towards the sweet side, perfect for those who aren’t fans of too vinegary dishes. Additionally, the consistency isn’t too thick as well, allowing you to drink it with ease and enjoyment.

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The enormous pig trotters are seriously tender, and the mouth-watering chunks of fat melt beautifully with each bite. The meat absorbs the gravy really well, giving it full of flavour. Be sure to pair it with the chilli for a kick of spice and the perfect balance of flavours.

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Try Authentic Mun Chee Kee Today!

Overall, Authentic Mun Chee Kee not only serves up incredible food but at really affordable prices as well. Not only that, they are open to 2am daily, making them the perfect supper spot if you’re in the area. What are you waiting for? Hurry down for a taste today!

Address: 207 Jln Besar, Singapore 208893

Operating Hours: Daily, 10:30 am – 2:00 am

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

For more spots for Pig Organ Soup, check out Jia Jia Xing Pigs Organ Soup!

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