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Tailed my friend to Yishun area, he recommended me the stall with his pointed finger. This particular fish soup stall was humbly well-maintained and selling extensive choices, ladyboss was friendly and quick-handed. Queue was generally lengthy during lunch time, as usual I joined the lining up and waited.I agreed with the freshness and quality, soup came along with chunky fish slices, veggies, anchovies, egg and fried onions. Broth was tasty due to right sweetness, deep-fried battered fish was t
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Tailed my friend to Yishun area, he recommended me the stall with his pointed finger. This particular fish soup stall was humbly well-maintained and selling extensive choices, ladyboss was friendly and quick-handed. Queue was generally lengthy during lunch time, as usual I joined the lining up and waited.
Fried Fish Soup
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I agreed with the freshness and quality, soup came along with chunky fish slices, veggies, anchovies, egg and fried onions. Broth was tasty due to right sweetness, deep-fried battered fish was tender without overcooked. Skin was thoughtfully being removed, patrons may feel ease to eat the fish because it was boneless too. Drizzle of pepper on top, it gave some spicy hint to the whole. Thick meehoon was in huge portion, swam in well-seasoning soup. Price wise, it costed me only $4.00 for such luscious bowl. Understandably for the long-waiting, I must say that good food always worth the wait.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-10
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Fried Fish Soup