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325 Beach Road
Singapore 199559

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10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm

10:00am - 07:30pm


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Place to come when you are in need of some comfort food.

The fried fish was smooth and milky white.

The soup is good.

And the mee sua is a damn good combi to have with fish soup, it soaks up the tasty soup.


This bowl of fish noodles was indeed a comforting bowl to consume on a rainy evening. Fishes were sliced in generous portions, amidst a bunch of thick white springy bee hoon tangled with strands of spinach. The broth was milky, sweet and savoury. Topped with shredded fried egg accompanied with a spicy garlicky sauce. A dish that cannot be missed 👅👅👅

This has to be one of the best Fish soups in town. Soup is rich and not over powering with the right amount of anchovies. The fried fish and boiled fish both were on point. You can really taste the sweetness of the fish without the soup smelling fishy


First time trying Blanco Court Fish Soup - the Mixed Fish Soup with Yee Mee ($6) was good. The fried fish didn't get soggy even after soaking in the soup the entire meal. Unfortunately, there were fewer non-fried fish slices than I would've liked to have, but that's my only gripe about it, really.

The soup was very tasty & I lapped up every single drop. However, I was very thirsty for the rest of the day.. But I'm so conflicted, because I'm not sure if this was because I'd been thirsty since the morning to begin with & I didn't have any water with me. I guess I'll have to have a bowl here again to have a final verdict.

Be prepared to brave a queue of at least 10 people if you come here during weekday lunch time!

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My colleague Amanda started a trend. Half of our makan group changed our “Mixed Fish Soup” orders to “Yee Mee” (#伊面) after hearing her place hers.
Whenever I dined here before, my default was to pair my fried fish soup with a bowl of plain rice. However I must say, substituting the plain carbs with “Yee Mee” was a good decision, taste-wise at least. Having gone through a frying process before being dried, it sure makes for a more flavourful (but not so healthy) alternative.
I notice the amount of their signature fried egg bits is now less than when “Blanco Fried Fish Soup” was operating as a hawker stall within a coffeeshop.
Hence, my suggestion is to add that on an extra order ($2) because it is oh-so-good despite being oh-so-bad-for-you-and-you-know-it. Because the fried egg wisps is served separately in a bowl, you can choose to have it just like that or to first submerge in your soup to soften.