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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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The chicken leg was definitely the star of the show - loved how tender it was!! The broccoli and cauliflower was a little soggy, maybe because it was soaked in the sauce for too long! But the rye bread went well with the sauce so overall it was a nice meal :-)

Actually pretty expensive side dish for the portion as well as for the location as a near-campus eatery. Nonetheless, I still order this from time to time because it’s tasty! Not such a fan of the chilli they provide here, so we added our own sambal from the pantry.

Empress Porridge is very generous with the amount of chye poh toppings. It seems like each component is fried separately - the carrot cake, the eggs and the chye poh as they aren’t mixed together but end up in layers. The star of this dish is the fried egg, which is just salty enough, with a little bit of sweetness while retaining its fluffiness. The chye poh does tend to be salty on its own, so it goes very well with the slightly bland carrot cake. Well actually I think I order this primarily for the egg, the chye poh is just a bonus. If they had a pure fried egg omelette dish, that would be heavenly. Till then, I’m still satisfied with the carrot cake although the price point could be lowered for affordability!

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My newest salad obsession - SaladStop!

Was a little disappointed when I ordered these to go but the staff mixed the dressing directly into the bowl and salad. Although that’s lesser plastic wastage, I don’t like the idea of my salad sitting in dressing for an hour or so. Wish they would’ve at least asked before mixing it in. The bread stick seemed to be complimentary, and the staff will ask if you want it. I liked the bread stick as it was very crispy, and reminded me of a poh chui cracker.

The Arabian Night bowl is pretty good. I love the mix of flavours, especially the red pepper hummus.

As for the Howdy! salad, this is one that’s relatively low calorie and high protein on the menu. I requested for no red onions, and I really loved this mix of lettuce, grated egg, chicken chunks, cherry tomatoes and corn. It seems like a simple salad, but it’s packed full of flavour. Probably also from the salad dressing (which would’ve been much nicer if it hadn’t been getting diluted by the salad greens and dripping to the bottom of my bowl by the time I actually sat down to eat this).

I definitely foresee myself visiting SaladStop! again to try out more salads, wraps, bowls or breakfast items!

Madagascan vanilla milkshake ($10++)

Texture is watery compared to other milkshakes at Mos Burger or Shake Shack. Taste wise also not creamy enough even though it was quite sweet.

Baby Huey burger set ($32++ one for one on Burpple Beyond)

Set comes with burger, fries and vanilla milkshake. Burger was nice and beef patty was moist and has the beefy taste (I ordered medium doneness). Fries were thick cut and well salted they were so addictive! Milkshake was however too watery and too sweet.

Baby Huey burger set ($32++ one for one on Burpple Beyond)

Set comes with burger, fries and vanilla milkshake. Burger was nice and beef patty was moist and has the beefy taste (I ordered medium doneness). Fries were thick cut and well salted they were so addictive! Milkshake was however too watery and too sweet.

Coconut cream bread ($1.80)

Bread has a nice bite and was fluffy and tasty. Cream was light and not too oily and was complemented by the shredded coconut on the outside. Very nice for those who like to eat cream!

Braised pork noodles ($6.50) from Formosa Delights.

Noodles are nicely cooked and not soggy. Still has a nice bite. Braised pork was not too minced and has a good meat to fat ratio. Comes with one whole braised egg. Whole bowl of noodles was very pleasant to eat!