Mr Egg Fried Rice is a new stall in Bishan helmed by ex-hotel chef selling plates from S$4

by Vera

With a slew of fried rice hawker stalls popping up as of late, competition runs high for the fried rice scene in Singapore. Those who might not necessarily be fans of King of Fried Rice or Hong Style Fried Rice might just find their go-to plate here at all new Mr Egg Fried Rice.

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Opened in a coffee shop in Bishan Street 11, Mr Egg Fried Rice is helmed by 47-year-old Chef Eric Yam, who’s an Ipoh-born Singaporean citizen, and has also worked as a dim sum chef at restaurants like Conrad Centennial Singapore’s Golden Peony and Orchard Hotel Singapore’s Hua Ting Restaurant.

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Prices at start from just S$4, if you’re opting for their basic Egg Fried Rice. Toppings such as pork chop, luncheon meat, prawns, salmon, and chicken chop are available at an added cost. There are also other iterations of fried rice in the series such as the Tobiko Fried Rice (S$5), Tom Yum Fried Rice (S$5), and XO Scallop Fried Rice (S$5.50) that are also available with the aforementioned toppings.

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I’ve got my eye particularly on the Salmon Tobiko Egg Fried Rice ($9.50), which gets you a heaping portion of salmon chunks and generously-spooned tobiko atop a piping hot bed of fluffy fried rice.

With his 28 years of culinary experience, Chef Yam brings his expertise and finesse to the table, ensuring that each plate is nailed to a tee using precise preparation methods.

Mr Egg Fried Rice
📍 Blk 151 Bishan St 11, #01-195, Singapore 570151
🕒 11am–2.30pm, 4pm–8.30pm (Daily)

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