252 North Bridge Road
#B1-44F Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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A surprisingly good side dish, the Deep Fried Prawn Rolls ($6) were crisp and loaded with flavour. I highly recommend ordering it if you didn't get their Combo for two. The skin was thin and the filling kept surprisingly moist; non-greasy and great even without the accompanying sweet sauce. 

Their specialty may be their Signature Soup which is slow-brewed without MSG, dairy, or preservatives. However, I very much enjoy Milkfish’s Grilled Milkfish Belly ($19/ ala carte, $23.80/ set) and sides more. Well-seasoned, the grilled fish was pleasantly savoury. For that extra oomph, the protein also worked superbly with the dipping sauce. I liked that it didn’t feel too dry as there were some fatty bits in the center (think collagen) yet it wasn’t jelat for me (you can then use the wedge of lemon on the side to freshen the palate as well). Overall, there were some fine bones as expected and the tender flesh does remind me of a more fleshy saba fish.

If you want to sample a little of everything, their Combo for 2 ($40) was good for 3 pax. A fairly decent bowl of fish soup, the Milkfish Soup was refreshingly light and sweet. Served with sliced red snapper fish, prawn, clams, tofu, vegetables, and a housemade minced pork patty; the broth tasted ‘clean’ and load with collagen. Surprised that no milk was added to their soup at all, I prefer a more flavourful punch so their rendition felt a little flat for me. 

My most awe-inspiring food discovery last year happened on the very last day of 2021. Yep, of course the most memorable meal of 2021 happens in the last few hours of the year. @milkfishsg ain’t particularly new, but it’s definitely impressive.⠀

Since it was New Year’s Eve, it was only right that I ball out and get the Premium Soup Set($32.80++) to close out the year. I subbed the usual milky fish soup for a tomato broth which turned out to be an outstanding move. The tomato broth hits every tastebud just right with its tangy sweet & sour flavour and its unbelievable umami, and every other sip of sapid soup elicited a thoroughly impressed ‘wow’ from me.⠀

The seafood and the lone square of minced pork were almost equally impressive too. All of the seafood was fantastically fresh, from the sweet solitary scallop to the fat fish chunks (red snapper, I believe), the sprightly single shrimp, and the charming clams. The abalone was a perfect match with the tangy soup, and even though the honest to god lobster was remarkably fresh, it was a touch overcooked & a little rubbery. Still, it wasn’t even close to being a deal breaker.⠀

I chose flour vermicelli (mian xian) as my carb of choice, and I recommend skipping it. There was too much flour, and it tasted chalky and generally pretty unpleasant. The accompanying Oriental Salad, on the other hand, was perfection. I wasn’t expecting to finish all of it, but I hoovered it all up without hesitation. I know there’s seaweed & bamboo shoots in there, but someone more experienced with Northern China cuisine is gonna have to tell me what else is in that irresistibly appetising salad.⠀

With seafood soup this good, Milkfish is gonna milk every last penny out of me. That, and the sterling service from the crew running the show.


Had the Signature Soup Set with the add-on of crispy paofan and extra soup which came up to about $22.72 in total. Portion was alright, and the side salad really whets your appetite. This lady at the next table complained that the Fish wasn't fresh, so for hose that are bothered by the fish freshness do take note.

Being the main star if the dish, the soup was just decent and paled in comparison to the standards of Yan Hi.

Have always wanted to dine in at @milkfishsg and the rainy season came in perfectly in time for this!!!!!

Was here on a weekday lunch and we had 3 diners, service crew recommended to opt for 2 pax set meal + add a main soup bowl to share and this is the best combi if you ever wanted to savour different side dishes in one setting!

Soup was refreshingly sweet and flavourful, and to our surprise, the chilled tomatoes were peeled, sweet and juicy, & the dipping sauces for both prawn rolls and milkfish belly complement well with each other!)

$40 | comes w 2 milkfish soup, 1 grilled milkfish belly, 1 oriental salad in vinegar dressing, 4pcs deep fried prawn roll, 6pcs marinated chilled tomatoes, 2 choice rice/noodle

Super worth it! Aside from the fish and the soup which are obviously delicious, the prawn rolls and cherry tomatoes are also so yummy!