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This is the prawn date fritters but I hardly taste the prawn.

I can't decide if I like the ginseng soup. The taste is good if you really love ginseng. But they really only give you a medium piece of chicken. Wish it's a little more generous. The same for the pumpkin rice. There is just one piece of pumpkin. Although it is full of dried prawn flavour which is nice.

Been here a couple of times and I really love their popiah and soup a lot!! Super happy that Burpple Beyond “introduced” this hidden gem to me! Hope they will always renew their Burpple Beyond deal cause I’m a fan of it!!

This was a surprisingly good salad! The roast chicken was flavourful and juicy. The golden crackers added a unique Singaporean twist to an otherwise normal chicken salad. The dressing was tangy - little bit of salty and sweet which paired well.

Made tastier with Burpple Beyond!! ◡̈

Most comforting and satisfying meal I have had in a while. Love the tomato egg, it’s the right amount of sweet and sour. The Kai lan was tasty as well.

$9.80//- total!
Two green tea
Two soup - one tomato 🍅 , one mushroom 🍄
Two modern sesame chicken popiah

Came here at 11.30am, and there was already a queue of 8 people in front of me. Not surprising, as this one got a Michelin bib gourmand. The queue moved fairly quick though. Try to avoid the lunch crowd, the queue is crazy long and you’d probably have to queue for 45 minutes to get a bowl.

I got the one with mixed ingredients, which contained beef balls, tripe and ribs. I liked how fresh the ingredients were and the ribs were fall off the bone tender! My only gripe is that the soup just wasn’t my cup of tea. It was way too herbal to the point it became a bit bitter.

hands down my favourite hawker! not much of a fish fan so i always ask for more minced meat instead~ prawns are of a decent size and fresh! soup is filled with umami and really tasty. perhaps they can be more generous with the soup 🤤

It has never failed me, the soup is tasty, the seafood is fresh and the minced meat is tender.
💰 $11/medium.
📍Yan Ji Seafood Soup.
Marsiling Mall Hawker Centre.
4 woodland Street 12.⁷

Slurp up on a piping hot bowl of flavourful soup from this casual eatery near King Albert Park! Load up on fresh seafood simmered in rich broth, and your choice of noodles (we highly recommend the hor fun!) in their Signature Superior Soup ($9.50). Don't miss out on their store exclusive Signature Dry Mee Sua ($12), crowd favourite Vinegar Pork with Rice ($9.50) and Chicken Stewed with Double Boiled Soup + Essence of Chicken with Rice ($14).

Soup Spoon's low-key terrible but I must say their new-ish salad bowl concept - Salad Fork - is both healthy and hearty.

My go-to when I can't decide is the warrior bowl, which has an extremely healthy combination of toothsome red rice, romaine, broccoli, charred miso baby corn, cucumber and cherry tomatoes dressed in a mild sweet chilli kaffir lime aioli. There's chopped peanuts and a bright and sweet pineapple kimchi for added crunch, and the protein of teriyaki chicken while by no means remarkable, is tender enough and will fill ya belly.

Taste: 3/5

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