Din Tai Fung alternative King Of Fried Rice opens outlet at Sengkang Kopitiam Square


Mandy How | September 01, 2020, 09:21 PM

King Of Fried Rice has opened a second outlet at Sengkang Kopitiam Square.

The eatery, which started out at Golden Mile, has been touted as *the* alternative to Din Tai Fung's egg fried rice.

A starting price of S$4-S$6.50 has definitely helped it along.

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炒饭 #friedrice #singapore #porkchops #goldemiletower

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Do you love Din Tai Fung’s pork chop fried rice? Well have I got a place for you. Quietly located in the basement of Golden Mile Tower, King of Fried Rice serves up these delicious plates at a steal.

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Here's a non-edited photo of the pork cutlet egg fried rice for reference:

Photo by Joshua Lee

King Of Fried Rice also offers mala, tomyum, and X.O fried rice, if you prefer stronger flavours.

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我找到一家店專門賣炒飯然後他們的炒飯可以跟鼎泰豐的比!價錢又比較便宜!這裡位於golden mile tower 的b1! 他們附近的泰式燒烤也好好吃!menu我把它放在照片裡了。可以自己看看。 我們叫了XO 和麻辣炒飯!我好喜歡吃他們的麻辣炒飯!喜歡那種麻麻的感覺💕 6001 Beach Road, #B1-56 Golden Mile Tower, 199589 每天都開: 1130am - 830pm #singaporefood #sglocalfood #flatlays #visitsingapore #exploresingapore #singapore🇸🇬 #shotoniphone #photographyiphone #sglocalfood #convid19 #supportsgbusiness #supportlocalbusiness #打卡美食 #新加坡美食 #新加坡

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You can view the full menu here:

Photo via King Of Fried Rice

Note that waiting times at the Golden Mile outlet can stretch almost unbearably, though.

One commenter said that he had to wait for more than two hours during dinner, and about 30 minutes during non-peak hours.

If the stall remains as popular, the queue might just spill over to its Sengkang outlet.

Delivery is not available for both outlets.



Sengkang Kopitiam Square

10 Sengkang Square, Singapore 544829

Stall #48

Opening Hours:

11:30am to 10pm, daily

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Top image via King Of Fried Rice/Facebook, Google Maps Street View