175 Bencoolen Street
#01-34 Burlington Square
Singapore 189649

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm



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I had the Tom Yum Double Fish ($5.40) - oh my, the soup really packed a strong spice punch! I paired it with Maggie mee and added on a bowl of crispy fried egg ($1). The Fish pieces were the meaty kind with a bite while the noodles with the soup were Super addictive!

Tom Yum Fried Fish Mee Hoon Kway Soup ($5.90), love the balance between the spiciness & the sourness! Definitely a good quality bowl of Tom Yum soup base πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

Since it was Friday which means the engineers would be (more) willing to travel a littleeee out of the way for lunch, I grabbed (pounced at) the opportunity to suggest this instead of the usuals.
It was certainly the right decision, for the bowl was as perfect as the cool weather that calls for it. My banmian noodles were lusciously thick and chewy ; the soup, though a little less spicier than I thought, was spicy enough and had just the right amount of tartness which made it even nore addictive. There was a whole wedge of lime and tomato in it! I finished everything in my bowl with much gusto, though sadly I heard that the portion has gone down this time. :'(
Queue was quite confusing for me as a first timer, but basically just join the long line outside the stall's entrance, decide what you want, tell the lovely ladies your order when you reach the counter, and stand by the side and quickly pay up. Now you're all set to tuck into a steaming hot bowl of super shiok noodles!

Been my favorite place to have sliced fish soup lunch during our Lasalle year. Price had increased thou, a bowl cost ard 5sgd++, my favorite will be their tomyum because I can take this level of spiciness🌢🌢🌢

I cannot stress how yummy these bowls are. Had them since schooling days, when it wasn't that popular or "famous". That's a good 8-10years ago. And fast forward, the hungry office zombies on the loose during lunch time is insane.
The Thai tom yum base, packed so much punch that you will salivate before the broth touches your lips. You can smell the sour notes of the soup, wetting your already crazy appetite. The normal soup base, is clean and porky great for someone who don't do spices. Let me not get started on the crazily sinful deep fried eggs. Beaten and pour into a wok of oil, this crispy babies added more flavour to the soup! Generous portion of both noodles and ingredients the bowl is good for the hungry lunch crowd, and do take note of the impending crazy queues. Go before or after, to avoid the lack of seating space or crowd.

Turns out the tomyum noodles is only open till 4pm, so tried the zi char food instead. This mince meat salted fish mee tai mak really hit the spot, the soup was really light yet flavourful! πŸ˜‹

Ohh, this packs a kick! 😘🌢 Truly reminded me of the awesome, head-clearing tom yum soups we had in BKK!

A really simple bowl of noodles in fiery tom yum that we slurped it right up – never mind the impending tom yum brain. 😡 Don't forget to get the add on deep fried egg bits ($1)! Sprinkle it on or dunk it into your soup, tasty either way! πŸ˜‹

Set in Burlington Square, this air-conditioned food court is known for its Northern Thai Tom Yum Soup from the fish soup stall. The broth is spicy, sour and extremely punchy β€” definitely not one for the faint-hearted! For the best experience, go for the mixed fish soup ($5.40), which comes with a combination of fresh and deep-fried fish pieces. To make it more substantial, pick one of nine noodle choices to add on ($0.50-$1.10, options include ban mian, mee hoon kueh and instant noodles) and don't hesitate to order the crispy fried egg ($1) on the side β€” it's crisp and super yummy! Pro-tip: Bookmark this spot for lunch. The stall opens from 10:30am and operations wind down by 3pm. It's a mad rush here at lunchtime, so come before noon to beat the crowd.
Avg price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Felicia Sim

Super on point northern Thai tomyum soup at Burlington Square (opposite Sim Lim). Couldn't resist ordering this even though I was down with a sore throat. I had the mixed fish tomyum Maggie noodles with an additional side of fried egg. The soup was rather spicy and sour, definitely not for the faint hearted but just the way I like it! I would recommend having the slice fish as it was fresh and you have to add on the fried egg (soak them in your soup for awhile before having it!).

So wanna faster snap a photo and dig in. This time round I ordered the normal fish soup ban mian with extra 蛋丝. Soooo good!

Super love their generous portion of fried egg!!! Must try their speciality: Tom yum!!! but it's too spicy for me! $3.50-$4.00

So this is postworkout Tom Yam Fish Soup. Thanks for the recommendation @aoiyoshi !

Lunch was 白米粉 but not at the famous Sembawang one... So-so coz not fragrant enough

As from the title, I assume you know what it taste like. It tasted so good, best I ever ate so far although many of my friends said there were more better restaurant selling this menu but I still love it. So Anita who brought me here, order for me a tom yum based fish soup with rice. I managed to almost finish all of the soup, however the part I love most is the fried egg. Can you find out which is the egg?

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