Koh’s Brother Pig Organ Soup serves Teochew pig’s organ soup

Like kway chap, pig’s organ soup is a dish you either love or can’t bear. If you’re in the former camp, we highly recommend you check out Koh Brother Pig’s Organ Soup, the only stall of its kind to have a place on the Michelin Bib Gourmand list.

As its name suggests, the heritage stall is run by the Koh family. Its roots stem back to 1955, when the stall was a pushcart outfit in Tiong Bahru, before occupying its current premises in Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre.

Image credit: @kohbrotherspigsorgansoup

They’re now in their third generation, and they’re famed for serving up Teochew-style pig’s organ soup. The stall sports consistently long queues during peak hours, and they tend to sell out before closing.

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The broth here is clear but peppery and power-packed with flavour. Made fresh daily, the stock is prepared from slow-cooking pig’s bones and offal alongside preserved vegetables. If you’re someone who gets put off by the “stink” of offal dishes, you won’t find this here, as the stall goes the extra mile to ensure that their cuts are clean and scrubbed thoroughly before cooking. 

Image credit: @kohbrotherspigsorgansoup

A bowl is priced at either $4.50 or $5.80. You can have it with a bowl of rice for an additional $0.50. Each serving comes with chopped pieces of organs, ranging from liver to intestines. They also have handmade pork balls, as well as slices of pork poached in the broth. 

Image credit: @kohbrotherspigsorgansoup

While they’ve had a longstanding presence in Tiong Bahru, the stall recently announced an expansion to the east. Their new stall is located in Tampines Street 81, and is run by a third-gen family member. 

A bowl here costs $4.80, while a large serving is priced at $6.80. Aside from the pig’s organ soup, you can also get braised innards here, from small intestines ($5), big intestines ($6), and pig’s trotter ($6). Note that the Bib Gourmand title only applies to the Tiong Bahru outlet.

For more such dishes, check out our guide to the best pig’s organ soup stalls in Singapore. We also have our Tampines hawker food guide for more eats in the area.

Tiong Bahru outlet
Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, #02-29, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 9:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 7:30pm

Tampines Street 81
Address: 824 Tampines Street 81, #01-38, Singapore 520824
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 8:30pm

Koh Brother Pig’s Organ Soup is not a halal-certified eatery.

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