Just opened: King of Fried Rice Bedok outlet offers affordable DTF fried rice alternative

by Evan Mua

Living in the East and craving for fried rice, but don’t want to break the bank for a meal at Din Tai Fung? Good news for you — popular fried rice hawker stall is making its journey to the East. King of Fried Rice will be opening a new Bedok outlet on 15 April 2021.

The new outlet will be located inside FoodHub at Bedok Interchange, right next to Bedok Mall.

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Posted by King Of Fried Rice on Saturday, 10 April 2021

Bedok residents already had Hao Lai Ke for their affordable fried rice fix before this but the more the merrier. The new King of Fried Rice outlet is definitely a welcome addition to Bedok.

The Bedok outlet will be King of Fried Rice’s fourth — their other outlets are at Golden Mile Tower, Sengkang Square, and Chinatown Food Street.

king of fried bedok outlet

If you haven’t tried King of Fried Rice’s food before, you’re missing out. They are touted by many people as the best and most affordable fried rice in Singapore. It’s Din Tai Fung standard but at a wallet-friendly price tag.

Queues don’t lie, and a ton of Singaporeans queue up to an hour just for a plate of their fried rice all over Singapore. The King of Fried Rice Bedok outlet will surely attract a long queue — be warned.

It’s not everywhere you can find hearty plates of Egg Fried Rice, and your choice of Pork Cutlet or Shrimps, for just S$6.50. Not to mention the perfect fluffy texture and whiffs of wok hei — all without getting too greasy.

king of fried bedok outlet

However, the highlight has to be the Pork Cutlet. The light crisp on the skin accentuates the tender and bouncy pork. Juicy and flavourful — just how Pork Chop should be.

But if it’s you’re a Bedok resident and its your first time at King of Fried Rice, you must also try the ???????? ???????????????????? ????????????????. The addition of XO and hae bee gives a nice touch of brine that blends in well with the egginess.

Besides that, you can also find Tom Yum or Mala fried rice for those looking for something with a bit more spice. You can also add unique toppings like Tobiko or Asparagus to spruce up your fried rice.

In summary, if you’re the FOMO type then you have to head down to the King of Fried Rice Bedok outlet. It’s the most popular fried rice stall in Singapore for a reason — it’s time to join the queue.

King of Fried Rice (Bedok)
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