261 Jalan Kayu
Singapore 799490

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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Prawn Meat w Banana Leaf ($1.50)

No Chili Meat (80 cents)
suitable for me don't really eat chili or spicy food. got strong grilled fish cake.

Otah(Chili) (80 cents)

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It is impossible to miss Hiang Soon with the long queue outside and the waffling aroma of grilled otah in the air.

Otah is one of those grossly underrated dishes which is so versatile. You can have it in between a slice of bread with milo for breakfast, with rice or nasi lemak for lunch and on its own as an afternoon snack. There is just so many ways of eating it.

Hiang Soon sells freshly made mackerel otah in both coconut leaf (the long stick form) and banana leaf. The difference between two is that the former is dry and therefore the flavours are much more intense compared to the later which is meatier, softer and more juicy.

I like Hiang Soon's otahs because the spice mixture is well balanced without being overwhelmingly spicy. It's on the pricy side but well worth the sojourn to the North for it.

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The otah here is surprisingly good.

The taste is quite fresh and tasty

60 cent per otah.



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I've two favourite otah stall in Singapore, and this is one of it.
The mackerel used is fresh and you could taste its delicate sweetness, because the spice used isn't overly spice though fragrant. Although the fish paste and spice used is the same, the $0.60 version is more smoky while the $1.20 version is more moist. The difference is due to the use of different types of leafs used while grilling the otah.
Those who wants their otah to be more spicy may instead visit Tan Beng. Both serves great otah for different reasons!