2 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599727

(open in Google Maps)

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE


From the Burpple community

Quite a nice seafood soup with a tasty clear soup, though expensive for the amount of ingredients. There’s prawns, fish, minced pork, a fishball, meatballs, fried fish cake, fish maw and lettuce. An extra $1 got me a lot of extra bittergourd. I like this with Ipoh hor fun.

For $9.50, you get a bowl of noodles chock full of ingredients and a drink. It’s not cheap, but it’s worth it!

Because we happened to be in the Upper Bukit Timah area, we walked along the bustling stretch of eateries facing Beauty World Shopping Mall in search of dinner. That’s how we ended up at “Lao Jiang Superior Soup”. I picked their signature dish - the “Superior Soup with Ipoh Hor Fun (dry style)” and was very pleased with my decision.
The soup was indeed flavourful but I feel it still can’t beat the super concentrated goodness cooked by “Yan Ji Seafood Soup” (the one at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre).
This stall’s did however, contain a good mix of ingredients: two prawns, a few pieces each of fish maw, sliced pork and fish, one fishball, one meatball, a little bit of minced pork plus beancurd skin rolls. Pretty decent for the $9.50 price tag.
Alter having some of my god-daughter’s soup version of the same dish, also with Ipoh Hor Fun, I have to say I prefer the dry. She also shared the same opinion. Not because the soup one wasn’t good but the noodles in the dry version came tossed in an appetising black sauce with pork lard oil. There were even small pieces of crunchy pork lard mixed in too. All of this made the smooth, soft strands of the Ipoh Hor Fun really fragrant and tasty.

Comes with drink and kway teow

I know it can seem pricey for a bowl of seafood soup but just considering the quality of ingredients, it's absolutely worth it. U have two pieces of grouper, sweet slices of abalone, one soft piece of fish maw and two meaty de-veined prawns. So that justifies the price. If it tastes like a normal bowl of seafood soup. But it doesn't; theres something about the soup which is very light, sweet, yet flavourful, so much so that it's actually hard to stop scooping spoonful after spoonful into ur mouth. The pork slices can be slightly tough but that's really all the complaints I have for my new all time favourite seafood soup. Be careful when you're about to finish tho as there are small pieces of fish bones(probably part of the reason why the soup is so good)


Really sweet and not homemade. Dk if the other options are better

1 Like

On any given day, I will have this.

I mean look at how cloudy that soup is. The broth is so flavourful, that not single drop is missed. The superior soup set, and almost everything comes in a pair, LITERALLY. Even the greens come in a pair. What you have in the bowl, a pair of mock abalone, a pair of meatball, a pair of fish maw, a pair of crunchy and decently sized prawns (peeled), a pair of Friend beancurd, slices of pork, and minced meat, and finally a MEASLY PIECE OF GROUPER.

Honestly, it's a fish soup bowl, I have everything but except fish slices. If I knew about this, I would add $3 for added batang slices.

Oh the set, comes with a drink.