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Ser Seng Herbs (Turtle) Restaurant

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~$15/pax
Our dishes remain to be one of the oldest recipes in town. The years of experience serving thousands of craving customers has enabled us to perfect its taste. Our locally-sourced ingredients and meticulously cooked traditional broths take long hours of preparation that keeps our customers, even from the early days, finding their way back to the most favored and timeless soup shop.

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From the Burpple community

Didn't dare to try the turtle soup so I had the black chicken one inside!!! Broth was made with herbs and all and tasted really sweet πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ ($12) together with the yam rice ($1.50). Recommended for those who are craving for warm herbal soup on a rainy day 😊

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Hot and wholesome herbal soup made from turtle meat and jelly.

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Almost everything tastes like chicken, including turtle meat.
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Ser Seng Turtle Soup has been around for decades, unlike me, and is my favourite place to visit for Turtle Soup. What I always go for is the the "meat only" option on their menu. Even if you end up ordering the "meat only" option, they will still provide you with a piece of the turtle's gelatinous skin, which has a jelly-like texture that has absorbed the herbal flavour from the soup.
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Pair the meat and soup with Ser Seng's signature chilli sauce, something reminiscent of the chilli sauces with a sour kick from white vinegar that you find at majority of the Kway Chap or Pig Organs Soup stalls, and you will find yourself left with an empty bowl in record time.
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For soup lovers like me, you will be glad to know that Ser Seng will gladly top up your soups for you at no charge! In all honesty, I don't even mind not having the turtle meat, the soup is good enough to keep me coming back for more 😌

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Filled with collagen and all other health benefits, the turtle meat was actually like chicken lah, and the fat was AMAZING.

The yam rice was probably the best surprise of the night; SO FRAGRANT AND MOIST. Hidden at the side was the half boiled turtle egg which was sort of ok.

Before I get slammed for being unethical for eating turtle meat, this is actually a delicacy which has been around for many years. Defending myself from self righteous comments; unless you don't eat chicken and meat then you come say me ok? Hahahahaha thanks.

Tastes like a chicken egg yolk, just without the stink (which i love)

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The pricing here seems to be much more pricey than other restaurants that offers turtle soup, $15 for a small bowl if I remember correctly. The herbal taste in the soup is much stronger, turtle meat looks like strips of chicken meat which tasted tender. Ser seng is well known for their turtle soup and many patrons left their liquor over at the shop to add in their soup for a more robust flavor. I had it w yam rice which I thought wasn't spectacular.

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