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1014 Upper Serangoon Road
Double One Kopitiam
Singapore 534752

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08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm


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Fresh, thick and succulent slices of mackerel, tang o, thin slices of ginger and garnished with fried shallots in a soup full of sweetness and goodness. One of the few places I would think of should I crave for a bowl of sliced fish soup. There's always a queue so be prepared to brave the heat for this worthwhile bowl of fish soup. We added minced pork and we definitely made the right choice. Another thing I liked was their salted fermented soy bean (tau cheo) chili dip 》$10/large + $0.50 Minced Pork + $0.50 Rice

Come as early as you can (before 11am) to avoid the queue at this Upper Serangoon Road stall. Everyone's here for a premium version of fish soup — they use Red Garoupa or Pomfret. The Red Garoupa Fish Soup (from $9) features more than 10 slices of fish and tang oh in a beautifully sweet broth. Comparatively, the Pomfret Fish Soup (from $11) is pricier but will suit pomfret-lovers well. Add bak chor for $0.50 for a substantial boost to your meal! P.s. Also try the Mixed Soup (from $5) with prawns, fishcakes, fish maw and mackerel.
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We have tried various combo but our favourite is still the batang with minced pork ($6/$8/$10) with additional $0.50 for the bak chor. This $8 bowl comes with lots of thickly sliced fish and vegetables. The higher price tag is justified by the sheer quality and quantity. Do come before 11am or else be prepared to wait an hour.

A bit out of the way but I would return. There’s sooo much fish given for the price ☺️

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Not blown away by this fish soup amidst the long queue. Pros are many slices of fish. Cons Batang usually no bones but my friend had 2 bones, long and short + the soup base very normal.

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Almost missed it but we were FINALLY early enough to get a portion of fish eggs! Don’t think my love for First Street Teochew Fish Soup is going to die any time soon - the snaking queue may throw people off but it’s so worth it. You’ll always get a full bowl of tender fish slices along with that shiok savoury broth! Though not exceptional, the fish eggs were fresh and was a nice addition to have.