Mon - Sun
09:30 - 20:00
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Located at Luk Luk Eating house, it was an old coffee shop with filthy environment and cracked wall and flooring. Yet the signboard was obvious and new, business was rather good. Don’t be surprise, there was always a snaking queue in front the stall especially peak lunch time. Ladyboss was friendly, greeted us with a cheer smile.Asked for fried fish, milky soup looked tempting. Bitter gourd was sliced thinly, messy fried eggs were generously given. Pretty savoury soup, it perfectly matched with the springy thick Meehoon. Price was $4.50, not too expensive with a huge bowl. I would said that it definitely worth a try if you are hanging around the area or need something warm filling up your stomach. To avoid any disappointment, please note that the stall was closed on Sunday. continue reading
This stall has one of the Best Fried Fish soup in Singapore. In fact, there are many stalls over Singaporethat sells Fried Fish Meat Soup.This stall, so far, is the only one with Fried Egg that is very unique and tasty. I noticed there are quitea number of people, who orders a separate bowl of its egg. Some even packet many containers.This stall is for those who love Fish! continue reading
This Fish Soup stall that is situated at Luk Lu Eating House is one of the best fish soups I have eaten! The queue is very long, especially during lunch hour. The soup is aromatic and savory and the stall owner is very generous in their serving. They offer both fried fish and white fish. Both are fresh and tender. Although it is hot and humid whenever I eat this bowl of Fish Soup, it is definitely worth it. continue reading
Have always been a fan of fish soup, and I would say this stall has one of the best fish soup. The place is very crowded during lunch, be sure to hang around to find a seat. I ordered the mixed fish soup (fried fish and sliced fish) with thick beehoon. The milky soup has a very rich and yummy taste, as it's served with fried eggs. The sliced fish is very fresh, and they are quite generous with the fish slices. They dont have the fishy taste nor smell too. The fried fish is good too, the fish meat inside is soft and the fish is not overfried. I like the vegetables inside, goes very well with the soup. They serve the fish soup with either yee mian or thick beehoon, both are nice. Definitely must try the fish soup here! continue reading
Nothing is more comforting than a bowl of Blanco Fish Soup on a wet and cold day. The broth is very sweet and tasty and the fish is very fresh and succulent! For $4.50, I would say that they are very generous in the amount of sliced fish or fried fish or double fish (mixture of sliced and fried fish – additional $0.50).The queue is very long during lunch hours, at times we queued up to 30mins just to place our orders and left with less than 30mins to enjoy our food and head back to office. But it is absolutely worth it! continue reading