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Looking for some vegetables to add on to my meal and gotten their sambal kang kong. Sadly it wasn’t spicy as expected but still delicious.

Their butter milk chicken was really tender and wasn’t too dry, definitely must pair with their sambal chilli.

For a nourishing bowl of homemade soup, this stall in Shenton Foodhall serves up the classic Lotus Root Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50), Watercress Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50) and Old Cucumber Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50). If you're looking for an extra boost of vitality to your day, why not order up the Black Chicken Herbal Soup ($7.50) and Pig's Trotter Vinegar ($8).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Nestled within Shenton Foodhall, look to this spot for great local food in the heart of CBD. The go-to comfort food for those rainy days, slurp up a steaming bowl of Sliced Fish Soup ($5.80) or have the best of both worlds with their Double Fish Soup ($6.30). With the new craze over pao fan, have a go at their classic Sliced Fish Pao Fan ($7) or treat yourself to a Scallop Pao Fan ($8.50) and Crabmeat & Fish Maw Pao Fan ($9).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

The soup was nourishing and it's no wonder they're famous for their soup. The execution on the meat was textbook. Muscle wasn't as good but u can tell they did their best, the meat was naturally slippery and slightly chewy. Portion was generous too

The gelatinous parts though, utterly amazing. Some parts had a pig trotter texture, while others lean slightly to pig skin.

If you're open minded this is some stellar stuff, think it surpasses my grandma's haha and turned me into a convert

In addition, there is a one-time use of a 10% off promo code for your delivery orders and you can also enjoy free delivery for orders above $60 or a delivery fee of $5 applies.

Besides the individual meal orders, SOUPERSTAR has also curated larger meal bundles for families such as the Daily Joy Bundle (2-3 pax) or the Happy Family Bundle (4-5 pax, priced from $69.80). My wholesome spread from the Happy Family Bundle comes with three medium soup choices, two stews, three popiahs, one bowl of salad, two servings of three-grain rice and two pieces of focaccia bread and garlic focaccia toasts each. Choose from soups such as Souper Shroomy, Classic French Onion to Creamy Thai Tom Yum and mix it up with stews such as Black Pepper Chicken and Braised Beef Brisket to their iconic Asian-burrito inspired popiah with fillings such as Sesame Chicken, Masala Chicken or Seafood Wasabi Mayo.
📍 7 Wallich Street, Guoco Tower, Unit B2-31, Singapore 078884
🌐 https://souperstar.com.sg/
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Giant Grouper Seafood Soup (S$15)
Pumpkin Rice (S$2)
Available at @yanjigourmet

Yan Ji Gourmet Seafood Soup by Good Earth
Address 🏡 : 14 Scotts Road, # 01-16A Far East Plaza, Singapore 🇸🇬 228 213
Tel ☎️ : 6369 0987
Open ⏰ : 11.30am - 8.30pm

The XXL bowl is recommended to be shared between two pax, served with a choice of thick/thin bee hoon or rice. Featuring in the huge bowl is a whole deep rock lobster, flower crab, batang fish, squid, pacific clams, white clams, tomato and tofu in a broth packed with rich flavours from different types of crustaceans.

The soup contains sweetness from flower crab and lobster, accompanied by a good mix of seafood and umami goodness. We added huge scallops for $3 each and found it worth every penny. What we got was definitely a huge bowl of premium seafood at affordable prices. Indeed a comforting and satisfying meal when we paid them a visit on a cold and rainy evening without the need to brave the long waiting time as seen on other reviews.

For those who are looking for smaller portions, they also have L ($8.80) and XL ($18) bowl meant for one pax. The L bowl excludes flower crab and lobster which also means that you will be missing out on some sweetness from those crustaceans or go for XL bowl that is similar to XXL except it is 40% of the portion served for one pax.

In anticipation of the “No Dining In” rule which comes into effect on 16th May for a month, here’s a dish worth adding to your list for takeaway/delivery as it travels well and is immensely satisfy.
The Seafood Soup by #yanjigourmetseafood in the basement of Far East Plaza isn’t something new and many of you probably know about it already but for those who don’t, here is a rich, concentrated and deeply flavourful seafood soup, this is hard to beat. They offer several variations of it, so there is bound to be one that suits you. The Toman Seafood Soup ($14) is one of our preferred but since we don’t like dealing with prawn shells, we always ask for our crustaceans to be swopped out for the housemade meat patties or fish maw. If you aren’t into Toman, there’s Dory, Batang and Grouper too (at different price points of course). The fish slices aren’t that thick but the good thing is they taste fresh. Rice is charged separately at $1 a portion.

Orders can be placed by calling 6369 0988.

Idk if there's svc if you dine in but their service is quite good. The takeaway box is very tightly sealed, to the point that it imploded basically as the soup cooled lol. The takeaway box and utensils were very nicely designed and gf was impressed by the aesthetics

Soup itself was pretty good, very thick and even when you scoop it w a spoon you can see it's opaque. Ckn was tender too. Very deserving of their fame. Chili was average though, just sour

Simple comfort food on a rainy afternoon. If u eat mala 中辣 this is no kick for u, and personally felt the spiciness amped up this piping hot and generously sized bowl of stew on a rainy day. BB set came with melon ice cream too 😍 will come back!

I love vinegar pork trotters and the one sold here ($6.80) has just the right balance of sour and sweet notes, which goes really well with rice. The pork trotter has a good fat-to-meat ratio, but I wish the meat is a little softer. It is also somewhat disappointing to find that the hair on the pig trotter skin is not removed thoroughly:/