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This stall is located at a food court right beside lasalle college of arts. I walked past during lunch time and it wasn't crowded which I decided to have my lunch here.I try on their signature dish which is mixed fish soup and a bowl of yam rice to go along with it. Soup is tasty, guess the owner have put in effort on boiling the base. Soup consists of both fried and non-fried fish, tomato, lettuce, bitter gourd and tofu. Fried fish is tasty as it won't turn soft after been soak in the soup and
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This stall is located at a food court right beside lasalle college of arts. I walked past during lunch time and it wasn't crowded which I decided to have my lunch here.
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I try on their signature dish which is mixed fish soup and a bowl of yam rice to go along with it. Soup is tasty, guess the owner have put in effort on boiling the base. Soup consists of both fried and non-fried fish, tomato, lettuce, bitter gourd and tofu. Fried fish is tasty as it won't turn soft after been soak in the soup and it taste nice. Special point is when serving is in a mini steamboat style so it was piping hot when it serve. Ingredients given is more then enough to satisfy your hunger and the price is pretty reasonable given the area of the stall locate. Spend about $4.50 and you can choose yam or white rice to go along. Will definitely go back for their seafood ban mian.


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