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It's good as last time visit, the curry tasty, still lemak but not jelak. The chee cheong fun comes with crispy skin siobak,tender Char siu and pig skin.
📍A Posh Bizhub
1 Yishun Industry St 1.

It was Fried Hokkien Mee from Changi Village Hawker Centre (not the toa payoh Changi Village hokkien mee).
The hokkien mee is flavourful, wet version and generous portion of noodle with 3 prawns.
📍 Fried Hokkien mee.
1 Yishun Industrial Street 1, Singapore 768160.

This fish soup would change my life, not because it's the best fish soup in Singapore, but it's the only good one I know of near my house, besides First Street at Kovan. This means that I don't have to brave the horrendous parking at First Street fish soup, nor drive all the way to Maxwell and Amoy to get my fish soup fix.
While I usually like sliced fish over fried fish, this stall does the fried ones better. Soup was refreshing, probably due to the use of vegetables such as bittergourd and cabbages. I love their fried egg, which remains crispy after hours (yes, I dabao some home and they were still crispy at night). And they serve it with good yam rice too!
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With a noticeable lunch queue, Lu Jia Fish Soup 盧家鱼汤 located at Soon Hong Eating House, A’Posh BizHub, is rumored to have one of the best sliced fish soup in Yishun and I must agree that it was pretty good.

Having a bowl of Mixed Fish Soup ($4.50), the clear broth was pleasantly sweet and both types of fish slices were well-executed. Coupled with a generous portion of sliced fish, the comforting soup had a nice depth of flavour yet light as natural sweetness from the shredded ginger and vegetables were clearly present. For something heartier and rich, you can also choose to have milk added in and yam rice instead. They also have fried fish skins and fish bites that you can order as sides, but the best is still their Egg Floss that goes for an additional $1 and can be served separately. Yum, next I will have to try their Salmon Fish Soup!


Hearty bowl with tasty curry, generous chicken, tender Char siu and pig skin.
📍A Posh Bizhub
1 Yishun Industry St 1.

My first impression is that it looks like Indonesian version of Tahu Telor (Fried Egg Tofu). When we cut through the egg, we found that the base part is purely eggs, topped with raw egg yolk.
The deep-fried eggs are fluffy, while the yolk sure gave the oozing WOW factor. The crispy golden mushrooms add a different kind of crispiness, but I find the sweet soy sauce is just unnecessary. Still, this is the best dish of the night. So GOOD!!
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