175 Bencoolen Street
#01-34 Burlington Square
Singapore 189649

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Sunday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

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As an adorer of anything spicy and savoury, this tom yum fish soup was always on my food list. Good to visit especially on the cold rainy day for a โ€˜kickโ€™ of hot & spicy food. The mee hoon kway is chewy and the soup spiciness & sourness combination truly shiokk.

Rating: ๐ŸŒŸ

Price: $6.40

Sorry, just not worth it. Iโ€™d rather have Beef Hor Fun at Wing Seong Fattyโ€™s Restaurant (just next door).

This plate of beef kway teow was oily and lacks the wok hey.

Keep this spot in mind for cooler days, the double whammy of tom yum and piping hot fish soup will make you sweat! Join the queue and start thinking about which noodle type you'd like. There are nine to choose from, including ban mian, you mian and dong fen. To pair with the Tom Yum Double Fish ($5.40), we recommend the instant noodles. Just think about it: sweet fish broth beautifully spiced with tom yum, thick fish slices and springy instant noodles. Love! There's also a Mixed Seafood option ($6.40) that includes squid and prawns.
Photo by Burppler Raine Liu

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Hits all the right spot! Glad to be here on a public holiday without having to fight with the weekday lunch crowd.

#burpple

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This tom yum fried fish soup taste very similar to MAMA tom yum! It is rather well between itโ€™s spicyness and sourness. The soup comes with tofu, tomatoes, fried fish. This would cost $5.60. I paid an extra $1 for the fried egg, which goes well with the soup!

Best comfort food, especially on a cold rainy day. The best part of the dish is the tomyum soup - it is a mildly thick, flavorful broth with a spicy kick. The flavor is reminiscent of Mama noodles from Thailand, but alot more punchy and shiok. Pair that with wavy instant noodles, that are similar also to Mama noodles and you have an awesome hearty bowl with seafood ingredients like prawns, squid and sliced fish. This costs $6.40.

The cooks run a very tight ship here. The auntie will scold you if you take too long to order or if you are distracted, so prepare before hand!

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