Since young and being the eldest grand daughter, my eating habits had been shaped by granddad who always brings me out along on his eating spree. Therefore its not surprising that I eat like an old-fashion oldie and my love for animal’s (pork, beef, mutton) innards was already sealed plus it doesn’t help much when my maternal grand dad was a butcher, always leaving the best parts of the porky (kidneys, stomach, tail & liver) all for my mom to cook for me.
Growing older doesn’t seem to make me love these things any lesser and even better still, I managed to get my boys in the same boat as I am 🙂 (not something my hubby is very happy about though)
However if there is one thing that I am very very very particular about is, I don’t just eat pig’s organ just any where because it takes extreme care to wash and prepare the innards (and if not done properly, it will be truly horrendously nasty). Hence most of the time we only go to Serangoon Garden Food Centre for our favourite “Soon Huat Pig’s Organ Soup” .
My hubby even though is not a fan of pork intestines, stomach, etc,etc….. absolutely adores the incredibly delicious broth and eating the lean pork (while the boys and I finishes up whatever there is in it).
We especially love the salty yet subtly sweet gravy that is used to braised the trotters, skin, eggs, organs and all. Drizzle them over over the rice, it is just as good too. I, of course love how cleanly and well prepared the pig’s organs are; no nasty smell, cooked to perfection without being over rubbery that you find it hard to tear it off with your teeth.
Most of all, we absolutely adore the owners who are extremely generous with their gravy and soup top-up and of course for being always helpful. I mean I seldom expect a lot of customer service from the hawker centers because of the economical prices that we are paying. So to me I feel “Soon Huat” has indeed done well in this aspect 🙂
Where To Find?
Soon Huat Pig’s Organ Soup
49A Serangoon Garden Way, Serangoon Garden Market and Food Centre, #01-42, S(555945)
Hours: Tue – Sun (09:30 – 16:00)
Things to Note:
They only sell white rice. No kway chap 😦
There is usually a Q over the weekends but they are usually quite fast. However if you do not want to Q, perhaps you can go there around 11am-11.30am instead.
Parking slots are rather limited. However if you are patient enough, space is not exactly difficult to find as people just eat and go.