King of Fried Rice

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King of Fried Rice - Egg Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet
King of Fried Rice started off as a one-man stall in Golden Mile Tower in 2018 but has since expanded to 15 outlets across Singapore. It is famous for its affordable, tasty and value-for-money Egg Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet.

King of Fried Rice (KOFR) Locations & Outlets

King of Fried Rice (KOFR) rode on the positive reviews online since it opened its second outlet at Sengkang Square and expanded rapidly to a chain with 18 outlets spread across Singapore in just one year. The following is the list of King of Fried Rice’s outlets (as of Nov 2021):

  1. Golden Mile Tower – (Nicoll Highway) 6001 Beach Rd, #B1-56, Singapore 199589
  2. Sengkang Square (Kopitiam)  – (Sengkang) 10 Sengkang Square, #01-48, Singapore 544829
  3. Bedok Town Centre (Food Hub) – (Bedok) 209 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-633, Singapore 460209
  4. Tampines Mart – (Tampines East) 9 Tampines St 32, #02-08, Singapore 529287
  5. Jurong East (Happy Hawkers) – (Jurong East) 132 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-271, Singapore 600132
  6. Toa Payoh North (Grains & Hops Food Court Bistro)  – (Braddell) 978 Toa Payoh North, #02-01, Singapore 319001
  7. Ion Orchard (Hawkers’ Street) – (Orchard) 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-66, Singapore 238801
  8. Tampines Street 11 (FoodCity) – (Simei) 139 Tampines St. 11, #01-08, Singapore 521139
  9. Serangoon North (151 Coffee & Tea) – (Hougang) 151 Serangoon North Ave 2, #01-41, Singapore 550151
  10. Yishun (Wisteria Mall) – (Khatib) 598 Yishun Ring Rd, #B1-03, Singapore 768698
  11. Sin Ming Road (Coffeeshop) – (Marymount) 23 Sin Ming Road #01-01 Stall 7 Singapore 570023
  12. Ang Mo Kio (GHK 407 Food House) – (Ang Mo Kio) 407 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-733, Singapore 560407
  13. Tampines Street 81 (New Century Food House) – (Tampines West) 828 Tampines Street 81, #01-254, Singapore 520828
  14. Woodlands (Marsiling Eating House) – (Marsiling) 166 Woodlands Street 13, #01-533, Singapore 730166
  15. HomeTeamNS (Select Gourmet Kitchen) – (Bukit Gombak) 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Level 1, Singapore 659003
  16. Holland Close (One Nanyang Food Court) – (Commonwealth) 31 Holland Close, #01-241, Singapore 270031
  17. Keat Hong (Coffee Shop in Keat Hong Pride Precinct) – (Choa Chu Kang) 803 Keat Hong Close, Singapore 680817
  18. Jurong West (Kopi Breweries) – (Lakeside) 429 Jurong West Avenue 1, Singapore 640429

King of Fried Rice Menu

Below are its menu items and prices:

  • Egg Fried Rice – $4.00
  • Egg Fried Rice with Shrimps – $6.50
  • Egg Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet – $6.50
  • Egg Fried Rice with Crabmeat & Tobiko – $10.00
  • Mala Fried Rice – $5.00
  • Mala Fried Rice with Shrimps – $7.50
  • Mala Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet – $7.50
  • Mala Fried Rice with Crabmeat & Tobiko – $11.00
  • X.O Fried Rice – $5.50
  • X.O Fried Rice with Shrimps – $7.90
  • X.O Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet – $7.90
  • X.O Fried Rice with Crabmeat & Tobiko – $11.50
  • Tom Yum Fried Rice – $5.00
  • Tom Yum Fried Rice with Shrimps – $7.50
  • Tom Yum Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet – $7.50
  • Tom Yum Fried Rice with Crabmeat & Tobiko – $11.00

Special Menu (until 31 Dec 2021)

  • Truffle Fried Rice – $6.50
  • Truffle Fried Rice with Shrimps – $8.90
  • Truffle Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet – $8.90
  • Truffle Fried Rice with Crabmeat & Tobiko – $12.50

Add-On

  • Tobiko – $1.00
  • Crabmeat – $5.00
  • Pork Cutlet – $4.50
  • Shrimps – $4.50
  • Takeaway – $0.30

King of Fried Rice Review (Sengkang Square)

King of Fried Rice at Sengkang Square is located at the hawker centre opposite Compass One. The hawker centre is operated by Kopitiam. We have noticed this stall since its opening in 2020 but did not patronise it as there were always a long queue at its stall. On one occasion, we saw there was no queue and went ahead to try its much talked about Egg Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet ($6.50).

After making our order, it took about 10 minutes for our number to be called. While the appearance of the fried rice was humble, the pork cutlet was juicy and well seasoned. The egg fried rice was fragrant but similar to one would get at any tze-char stall nearby. Its chili condiment was unique though: flaky, spicy and savory.

At a price of $6.50 at a hawker centre, we find its price on the high side. A few stalls on the right of KOFR’s stall is a western stall that sells a much larger pork cutlet at $6.50. While its taste was above average, it will not get us in any queue just to savor this fried rice. Their service was typical of any hawker and the environment was hot (which didn’t help their fried rice that was on the oily side).

In all. we give its egg fried rice’s quality a 3.5/5, value-for-money a 3/5 and service a 3/5.

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