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Local Braised Pork Rice

[Mr Lorbak]
Last weekend, while I brought my in laws out for lunch at my favourite prata spot in Ubi, we saw a short queue at its neighbouring stall. It was a stall selling local style lor bak png (braised meat/ 卤肉饭) which I seen on a few occasions but didn't try out. My in laws were interested to try it cause seeing the queue so I bought for them to kill their curiosity.

There were quite a number of articles pasted on the pillar regarding this stall, Mr Lorbak. The boss, Mr William Liou, quit his job to join in the hawker hype and continues his grandmother's family recipe to create lor bak (braised meat).

In each bowl, there's quite a generous portion of braised pork belly, 03 small chinese mushrooms, some black fungus and a braised egg. Additional add ons of preserved vegetable, tau pok (beancurd skin), braised peanuts, mushrooms at $0.50 per portion. For a price of $3.50, it was really a steal.

But.. We didn't like the taste though. Pork was well marinated but there'…

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