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Thai eatery at Rangoon Road serves traditional Thai claypot porridge

They are very generous with their ingredients.

Melanie Lim | July 9, 08:46 pm

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Jok Jok Mor is a newly opened Thai eatery at Rangoon Road.

Jok Jok Mor is Thai for ‘porridge in a pot’, and the eatery is one of the first to serve traditional Thai claypot porridge in Singapore.

Here’s what you can expect:

1. Traditional Thai claypot porridge

Diners have the option to customise their own pots of porridge, which includes choosing the type of soup, main and toppings they want.

There are three soup broths available: Tom Yum (creamy, mildly spicy, tangy), See Ew Kao (light soy sauce) and Mak Kum (distinctively zingy and refreshing).

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Good news to all foodies who love Thai food/cuisines. There is a newly opened food concept in town which serves traditional Thai claypot porridge. Jok Jok Mor is one of the first Thai establishments to have introduced authentic Thai-style Claypot Porridge to the locals in Singapore with a twist! There are basically 3 types of porridge – Tom Yum (Creamy, Mild Spicy and Tangy Porridge), See Ew Kao (Thai Light Soy Sauce Porridge) and Mak Kum (Distinctive Zingy & Refreshing Porridge). Now, you can enjoy a piping hot claypot Tom Yum porridge without needing to buy a ticket to Bangkok. . . . Where to dine? 129 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218407 . . . #tasting #singaporeblogger #foodlover #socialmedia #sgfoodie #sginfluencer #thaifood #random #foodiegram #foodgram #igfood #instayum #instafood #exploresg #claypotporridge #vsco #igers #jokjokmor #instagood #vscocam #foodporn #foodphotography #foodshare

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Two mains: Porridge and Mama Instant Noodles (+S$1).

And a variety of topping sets: seafood (S$14.90), pork (S$8.90), chicken (S$8.90) and veggie (S$7.90).

Image via Jok Jok Mor Facebook

There are even customisable options for diners who come in groups of three to four:

Image via Jok Jok Mor Facebook

2. Side dishes and beverages

In addition to claypot porridge, the eatery serves a variety of side dishes and beverages, including crispy pork (S$6.90), fried tumeric chicken wings (S$6.90), housemade Thai iced green tea (S$2.90) and Thai milk tea (S$2.90):

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Come try our homemade thai milk tea and green tea!

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Here’s their full menu if you’re curious:

Image via Jok Jok Mor Facebook

How to go

Address: 129 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218407

Opening Hours: 

  • Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 10pm
  • Friday – Saturday: 12pm – 12am
  • Sunday: 12pm – 10pm

Top image courtesy of jokjokmor on Instagram

About Melanie Lim

Melanie likes taking and editing photos for Instagram.

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