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Best Fish Soup in Singapore
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Best Fish Soup in Singapore
Ah, fish soup. This go-to hawker dish always hits the spot when we're looking for a healthy-ish, comforting lunchtime staple. Here's a guide to 11 fantastic spots in Singapore for thick slices of fresh fish in light and clear broth, fried fish chunks in milky soup, and even a killer tom yum fish soup that will make you sweat.
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Saw many reviews on the Mac & Cheese, and while it didn’t disappoint, it wasn’t the most memorable one I had. Super affordable cafe prices though, esp. with Burpple Beyond (which didn’t include the Breakfast dishes which I would love to try!)

Mains were okay and affordable with Burpple Beyond. They had interesting cocktails, and Honey Badger cocktail was good although it was on the pricier end ($22). Overall, a cosy small basement bar for a quiet evening.

Had to wait quite a while in the queue but it was so worth it! The menu has a variety of chicken and fish options like cod fish, teriyaki chicken and salmon. Alongside whichever meat you go for, it’s accompanied with a set of Japanese rice, miso soup, pickled vegetables and a chilled onsen egg in dashi. While these sets already sound value for money, you also get free flow salad from their salad bar!
 
Had no regrets going for this grilled saba. Really enjoyed the moist, tender and well seasoned meat, with the slightly crisped skin. There were close to no bones too, which made it even easier to enjoy. Will be back!

The most impressionable dish here at Bar Cicheti.
Simple yet executed with precision. We chose to have this variation with their handmade pasta; served with a good chewy bite, we loved how well seasoned and coated each piece was, perfumed by the occasional bite into a cracked black pepper.
Also, the only item I’ll reorder if we dined here again.

Had the ice cream waffles with double scoop (speculoos and salted caramel) for $12.50. The ice cream flavours were both light and paired well with the waffle. The waffle was crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside - the mark of a well-made waffle!

Beautiful ambience inside the cafe too! Definitely a must visit for a day out with friends ☺️

Simple yet executed with precision. We chose to have this variation with their handmade pasta; served with a good chewy bite, we loved how well seasoned and coated each piece was, perfumed by the occasional bite into a cracked black pepper.
Also, the only item I’ll reorder if we dined here again.

I got the Sanuki Beef Egg Udon and the Beef Udon! According to the staff there, the Sanuki beef has a saltier stock while the beer udon has a lighter stock. Personally, I preferred the light Beef Udon. The set also came with canned drinks and tempura. I tried the prawn tempura and chicken cutlet. Though the tempura was good, I found the chicken cutlet rather tough.

I’d probably come back again if I was in the area 😊

Really soft and filled with cream cheese. Pretty good balance and it does live up to its name haha. Tried the kaya and chocolate ones which were tasty too. My colleagues were raving abt the coffee one as well. Heard they always get sold out so I just bought bc I don’t pass by that area often (tbh didn’t know it was that famous either)