7 Maxwell Road
#02-100/103 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm

10:30am - 03:00pm


10:30am - 03:00pm

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One of the few stalls that always attracting long queue in this hawker centre, which most people familiar with. People always comparing this stall with another fish soup stall as well.

Piao Ji is operating by older folks here, which is why they have reduce their operating days to just a few days. Do follow their Facebook page closely on their updates on when they open.

Today was lucky as they open for the weekend, and I manage to came early in the morning as they just opened. So the queue wasn’t long and I manage to grab my order pretty fast.

Their fish & prawn soup is sight oily as compared to another stall, but I do like the taste actually. Freshly fish and prawn provided and I like that they have peeled the prawn half.


Like their closest competitor a few stalls away, this renowned decades-old stall attracts long queues during peak lunch periods.
Unlike their competitor however, their rendition features mackerel fish which is bone-in, requiring careful consumption. Fresh and thick sliced, the fish is tender with meaty sweet savoury flavour.
The soft rice porridge holds grainy sweet flavour, but their broth is more decadent with the addition of pork lard cubes, resulting in a savoury salty sweet flavour.
Between these 2 stalls, my preference is for their competitor's version; though this is certainly a note-worthy rendition.
Fish Soup
Piao Ji Fish Porridge
@ Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road #02-100
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Fish is fresh, since queues are long, always order the larger portions...😁

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A visit to Amoy Street FC will usually mean a bowl of sliced batang fish soup from Han Kee for me. Unfortunately for me, Han Kee was closed for an unscheduled rest day during my recent visit. I was super gian for sliced fish soup and decided to have Piao JI, which is the other popular fish soup stores at Amoy Street FC.

Whereas Han Kee focuses on batang fish, you get a little more variety at Piao Ji in terms of the fish (batang or pomfret fish) and seafood (prawns).

Piao Ji serves their sliced fish bone-in which some diners (like my mum loves). I have osteoichthyophobia or a fear of fish bones and this annoys me all the time. The fish though is fresh and tasty.

Piao Ji will appeal to those who prefer their soup "heavier" because they use a fair bit of fried shallot and fried pork lard crackling. Yes, it makes the soup more savoury but it also makes the soup more greasy.

As for me, I personally prefer a clean and lighter soup which is easier on the tummy so if I have a choice, it will be Han Kee!

The fish is very fresh, herbs and spices makes the soup wonderfully delicious👍👍👍👍

So there are two popular fish soup stalls in Amoy Street Food Centre which calls for really long queues.. sadly, this stall fell short of expectations for me. While indeed the fish was fresh, and the soup was really flavourful, I think I was quite shocked at the presence of bones in the fish. Maybe I’m a picky eater, but it really is gutting to know I can’t eat my fish slices in peace😔 or maybe it is to symbolise freshness? I don’t know the rationale behind leaving the bones in the fish, but I’ve had fresher boneless fish slice soup elsewhere too! I think what’s special about this stall is their special chilli with fermented beans, which gives their fish a whole new taste when dipped into it. Overall, will I really come back to a hawker centre to queue for overpriced fish soup with bones and a small bowl of unique chilli dip? Perhaps not😔