335 Smith Street
#02-006/007 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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This soup was unexpectedly revitalising, comforting, and nourishing all in one. $7.30 might not seem like a palatable price considering the location, but the richness and creaminess of the soup, on top of the generous amount of ingredients - fish maw, pig stomach, and very tender chicken meat, made this feel like a steal. If you love rich, collagen-like creamy soup, I will highly highly recommend this!


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In front of Chef Sham’s stall is a humongous pot of soup that is hard to miss. The soup is cooking constantly, extracting the essence of the chicken, pig soup and fish maw all at once. It is evident that the soup has been carefully boiled for long hours by the milky colour of the soup.

Read more at: kopiwaffles.com/chef-sham-vinegar-pork-trotters-fish-maw-pig-stomach-chicken-soup/

A milky soup that is packed with flavour that you will drink every drop of it. In each bowl contains rings of fish maw, slices of pig stomach, that has a slight gaminess unfortunately, and cuts of chicken. Nevertheless, this is still a comforting bowl of chicken soup for the soup though it might be slightly pricier than the other similar soups nearby.
✨ Chef Sham Fish Maw Pig Stomach Chicken
📍 335 Smith Street, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Unit 02-007, Singapore 050335
🍴 [Self-Funded]

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This stall is the only one that sells this combination soup. And of course, I had to try it since I’ve come here to try their pork trotters anyway.

The soup was “fresh” to me - without additional additives like MSG etc, as with the ingredients. I’d say this is worth having.

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It’s not common to find black bean pork trotter at the hawkers. So decided to give it a go. I’d say it’s nothing extraordinary, tasted just like braised pork trotter.

A friend recommended this saying it’s one of the better ones in SG. I like that they serve in a clay bowl and was piping hot. The meat was tender - fall off the bone, which means it’s likely to be cooked for long hours 👍

The downside was the portion of pork trotter was not much. For the same price, I’d rather go to Authentic Mun Chee Kee.