Eating Frog in Singapore! Would you try this?

thefoodrangerPublished: May 13, 2016Updated: May 16, 20164 views
Published: May 13, 2016Updated: May 16, 2016

Of course you would! If you love eating and if you ever visit Singapore, make sure to eat some frog!
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This dish is an underrated beauty. I was slightly nervous trying this crazy awesome dish as I have never had a real frog experience before, but I was happy with the flavours and it was a welcome change after eating Hainanese chicken rice for days. I had to try something new and exciting, and when I saw this frog stall, I knew there was something unique to try.

This frog porridge stall served spicy frog, frog with spring onion, and frog with chicken essence, all boiled in a rich sauce usually served alongside a thick rice porridge that you cover with the froggy sauce.

This froggy paradise known as Eminent Frog Porridge is located at the Lavender street hawker centre, just minutes walk from many of the major hostels, including my favourite one, Michaels Backpackers.

After taking a 5 hour bus ride from Kuala Lumpur down to Singapore, I began by looking for food that is different from the food you find in Malaysia. However, I found that for the most part, the food in Singapore is very similar to that in Malaysia, with subtle differences between some famous dishes like Chicken rice, which I ate happily almost every day. I was lucky to spot this frog stall and immediately wanted to film it, the owner was more than happy, and he ended up giving me a free meal! Nice! Although frog porridge can be found in Malaysia, this was the first time I tried it and in Singapore I found it to be very delicious! All for 8 Singapore dollars (Approx 6.5 USD)

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