Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge (Newton Food Centre)

Welcome to Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge in Singapore. If you’re at Newton Food Centre and want yummy comfort food, head to Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge. This stall has been around for more than 60 years, and it’s run by the child of the person who started it. The menu includes Sliced Fish Porridge, Sliced Fish Soup, Fried Fish Soup, Fish Head Soup and Dual Fish Soup.


Moreover, the bantang fish at this place tastes sweet and fresh. It goes well with their delicious and light Teochew-style broth, made by slowly cooking fish bones. Learn about Singapore’s fascinating past while enjoying tasty fish and yummy broth. A Michelin meal at this place is good. Remember to check it out when you visit Singapore.

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge Menu with Prices

DishesPrice In SGD
Batang Fish Soup (Small)
Batang Fish Soup (Medium)
Batang Fish Soup (Large)
Sliced Fish (Small)
Sliced Fish (Medium)
Sliced Fish (Large)
Dual Fish Soup (Small)
Dual Fish Soup (Medium)
Dual Fish Soup (Large)
Fried Fish Soup (Small)
Fried Fish Soup (Medium)
Fried Fish Soup (Large)
Fish Head Soup (Small)
Fish Head Soup (Medium)
Fish Head Soup (Large)

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQS)

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge is not a halal-certified eatery.

Kee Teochew Fish Porridge only closes twice a week. Wednesday to Sunday (11:00 AM to 8:00 PM)

Kee Teochew Fish Porridge Stall is special at Newton Food Centre because they make their fish porridge uniquely. They use special techniques to create a tasty flavour you will only find in some places.

Have You Picked Your Favourite Dish from the Menu?

My Favourite Dish is Batang Fish Soup. The soup made a strong impression on me because it was clear and clean. It had a mild sweetness and lots of flavor. I liked that and the fresh, thick-cut slices of fish. Please also look at our Newton Food Centre Best Stall for tasty food at the famous Hawker Centre.

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Stall NameKwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge
Cuisine Chinese, Asian
Meals TypesBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Available FeaturesFamily style, Free Wifi, Delivery, Outdoor Seating, Wheelchair Accessible,Digital Payments, Cash Only, Parking Available, Street Parking

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge Location and Opening Hours

Location: 500 Clemenceau Ave N, #01-20, Singapore 229495

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday (11:00AM to 8:00PM),Closed Monday,Tuesday

At: Floor No 1

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge Reveiws

09:09 07 Apr 24
yptay madyptay mad
03:58 27 Mar 24
Bought $6.50 fish heard noodle, added $2 for the fish egg, the hawker was very careful, he boiled the egg first and threw away the water then add in new water, that cleaned cleared the smell.. the soup taste nice 👍Hope the stall can consider selling fresh fish head instead of fried in future, since they are Michelin 2021-2023
Andrew TangAndrew Tang
04:30 06 Mar 24
Excellent fish quality, what else can I say.
Noelle SimNoelle Sim
16:27 21 Feb 24
I had their sliced fish mee suah and I really liked it! Honestly, it's not a restaurant so don't expect service but in terms of food quality and portions, brilliant! Fish wasn't smelly, fish was fresh and broth was delicious! Hours later and I wasn't super thirsty which meant that the sodium levels weren't crazy. I would recommend trying it!! The other reviews don't do it justice. Also, the addition of fans in the space makes having lunch a more pleasant experience!
Zizhen WangZizhen Wang
23:52 23 Jan 24
Guangji Teochew Surimi has been on the Singapore Michelin Guide list for three years and is in Newton Food Center.I chose the double fish soup, which was a mixture of fried fish fillets and ordinary fish fillets, with milk added and no staple food. It's just an ordinary bowl of soup, and the fried fish tastes better than the ordinary fish fillets, which are really ordinary and a bit dull. The soup has a bit of umami flavor, and the fish fillet porridge here is not actually porridge, just soaked rice.I haven't been able to get what's special about it, so I'm asking for advice from reviewers who have eaten there and thought it was good. What's the essence of this restaurant?
Darren ChanDarren Chan
11:54 05 Aug 23
Had the dual fish soup ($8) and the thick white noodles ($0.50).The fish tasted pretty fresh, and the soup was rather tasty and balanced. The batter of the fried fish wasn't too soggy even after being soaked in the soup for several minutes.The lady manning the stall was pretty friendly.That being said, I didn't give 5 stars because of the pricing - I think there's more value-for-money options out there and they could be a bit more generous with the meat, or exclude the add-on for the carbohydrates.
Zhanrong LiangZhanrong Liang
09:49 29 Jun 23
Food: Ordered the sliced fish porridge. Soup is nice and fish is freshService: NormalAtmosphere: The stall is located in the hawker. Many crows and pigeons are waiting around the area to snipe the leftover food
11:49 23 Jun 23
This is the perfect example of why the Michelin guide cannot be trusted.The fish soup tasted very average. Fish were fresh but the quantity was meagre at $7-three thin slices and maybe five chunks of fried fish.
Grace AwGrace Aw
13:43 02 Mar 23
Tried their sliced fish porridge since I was craving for soup.Soup was not bad. Could be saltier.Fish was ok, did not have any fishy smell but I had silly ones before.What I do like is that they give a lot of chili which is good for those who love chili.
Flo YeowFlo Yeow
00:57 05 Aug 22
Their fish soup is alright. I've had better ones elsewhere, but this is good enough for my taste buds, just not outstandingly blowing my mind away. Fish is fresh, but not entirely sure if the soup is done from scratch or otherwise.My biggest issue was how the portions were quite small for what they were charging. No extra tofu or tomato of sorts, so it was only fish slices and some vegetables.

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