Best Fish Soup in Singapore
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Best Fish Soup in Singapore
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Creamy eggs, buttery bread, tasty sausages and bacon... Every ingredient was really tasty, would definitely have it again!

Beating the Monday Blues in office with my trustworthy cuppa @alchemist.sg 𝘿𝙖𝙧𝙠 𝙈𝙖𝙩𝙩𝙚𝙧 𝙄𝙘𝙚𝙙 𝙒𝙝𝙞𝙩𝙚($6.00) ☕💙💙💙 Don't you just love the juxtaposition of tradition and modernity in this place? 😍🇸🇬

I must be putting too much expectation for their truffle wanton noodle. Because the truffle wasn’t strong enough and the noodles had some alkaline taste.

Wasn’t impressed with their char siew and wanton either. For a big portion it cost you $8.50.

Corn chips, roasted salsa, pecorino

💸: $23++
👅: 😍
💭: totally in love. The more i have it the more i want it! The chips were still slightly warm when served and very well salted (i love a good giam 😋). Im not a big fan of salsa cux of tomatoes but this one...was YUM! The spinach and artichoke dip was da BOMB!!! It was not too heavy and goes very well with the salsa or even on its own. Salivating at the thoughts of it 😛...amore, when we going back?

Variety is the spice of life! Most Tze char places offer only a seafood rendition of the time-honoured yam ring. JB101 gives you 3 options (pork, seafood and chicken). The chicken version is filled with kung pow chicken! Not bad but not anything out of the ordinary. The yam ring itself lacked the flakiness of a 芋饺, and could have been slightly over-fried. I need more cashew nuts in this too.

Some places smother the dish with a salted egg yolk sauce. JB101 employs a salted egg yolk batter, which is deep fried to a crisp! It’s definitely lighter and less calorific. I couldn’t taste much baking soda in the batter which is a plus! The sotong bites could have been a tad meatier. Still better than most gastro-pub calamari. Goes great with beer needless to say. Am glad that they have an in-house watering hole on the same premise (reaches for that San Miguel tower)...

You’ve got to give the 粗米粉a good mix with the broth. Otherwise the melted butter won’t homogenise! The Hua Diao wine accent was a nice touch and the broth was light. Almost like fish soup! The creaminess isn’t too overpowering- nowhere near the salted-egg crab standard. I suppose the best crab dish in their menu atm.

A good substitute for your staple 咕咾肉. The five-spice marinade is light and tangy. Not too overpowering or bitter. The meat has a crustiness from its deep fry, but is still quite tender. Probably one of the more keto-friendly dishes in their menu. Will order this again!