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462 Crawford Lane
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From the Burpple community

Yes, the popular fish skin snacks that come in packets are very convenient but having the fish skin deepfried on-the-spot still wins.
This plate we had at this air-conditioned casual eatery specialising in fish steamboat and “zi char” dishes, was freshly cooked with some salted egg yolk and curry leaves. So it arrived very hot and smelling like a million bucks. Every bite was also audibly shattering!
Everyone around the table loved it and I swear, if we had ordered a second serving, that would have been disappeared as fast as the first.

By the way, do note this place is located at the bottom of the HDB block. Please don’t confuse it with the similarly-named eatery located in the rundown-looking corner coffeeshop just across the traffic light junction from it.

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Enriched fish broth with Yam and pian yu that makes the broth delicious and tasty!
Ratings: 9/10
Comments: one of the best fishhead steamboat with enriched fish broth due to the yam, definitely recommended! #burpple

When you come here for their charcoal-fired steamboat as most people do, be sure to also order their Crispy Beancurd. We got a medium portion ($16) based on our waitress’ recommendation, and well, every bit of it disappeared into our bellies all too swiftly.
Prepared in big blocks, the tofu is deepfried to an addictive crisp but the main reason for its popularity is how flavourful it is. Obviously the beancurd must have some very finely-minced ingredients mixed in (am guessing vegetables, maybe even seafood, but I could be wrong) which gives it that tasty sweetness. Enjoyed it most dipped in the sourish chilli sauce.