Love Kurobuta pork? Today’s your lucky day! For a limited period, Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kway, helmed by MasterChef Singapore finalist, Aaron Wong, will be serving a limited-edition Kurobuta Mee Hoon Kway for S$5.80 only!
As the unofficial face of mee hoon kway, Aaron took days of trial and error to perfect his Kurobuta Mee Hoon Kway. “This dish is something I have been experimenting with for a while and it is very satisfying to see it come to life. My whole ethos is to provide everyday food to the masses and I like to think of how this dish brings a delectable cut of meat, commonly found in restaurants, to the heartlands. It fits in nicely with the other dishes on our menu while still providing a touch of value-for-money indulgence,” said Aaron.
Known for its sweet buttery flavour, Kurobuta pork is more tender, juicy, and moist— a match made in heaven for Jiak Song’s mee hoon kway and flavourful broth. The addition of Kurobuta further elevates a traditional bowl of mee hoon kway.
If you’re not a fan of Kurobuta pork, you can look forward to classic bowls of Mee Hoon Kway with Minced Pork and Pork Slices (S$4.50), Mee Hoon Kway with Minced Pork, Pork Slices and Pork Ball (S$5), and the Signature All-in Combo Mee Hoon Kway with Minced Pork, Pork Slices, Pork Ball, and Shrimp Ball (S$5.50).
All bowls are served in soup (or on the side). Mimicking Japanese ramen techniques, the soup exudes a hint of smoke, and is creamy and full of umami.
If you aren’t able to make it to any of Jiak Song’s outlets located at Bukit Batok West Ave 8, Jurong West Ave 1, Toa Payoh Lor 7, Queen Street, Telok Blangah Crescent, Bedok South, and Tampines Street 21, they are also on GrabFood and FoodPanda.
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