Our secret recipe since 64 years ago,
Our story started in 1955 when Grandfather Koh started his legendary recipe of Koh Brother Pig's Organ Soup on a push cart around Eng Watt Street. It was not till the 1960s that they moved into the former Seng Poh Road Market.
Back in the 1950s, life was very tough and Grandfather Koh had to work from 7 am to 6 pm and earned only $10 a day. His legs are weak and he needs to sit on a bar stool to dish out his famous pork offal soup and pig’s intestines stuffed with glutinous rice.
Currently, our stall is mend by his son and grandson, his wooden stool is still there, as an icon while they continue to serve their authentic soup and glutinous rice to their customers.
dedication for 3 generations.
Citation: National Heritage Board