1382 Serangoon Road
Singapore 328254

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Saturday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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This place is absolutely packed on a weekday evening. Better call in to reserve

The fish soup is pretty good, it's like normal fish soup but amped up w umami if you catch my drift. The seaweed taste is very strong as well. Big, satisfying chunks of perfectly cooked fish. Nothing too crazy,but I think it's well deserving of the price and the popularity

You just tell them sambal tofu and they'll ask you if it's tofu prawn without prawn15nett. So u save half the money lol

And rightfully so, because what you're really here for is the sauce. It's reminiscent of chili crab but milder and more savoury than sweet. Quite delicious

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Amazing. Kangkong was very tender, no idea how they achieved it. Cuttlefish had a pleasant texture too, but the sauce was what pushed it over the top. Hints of sambal, thick and gooey, yet a lil diff from anything I've tasted. Worth a try!

Fish was tender and chunky. We ordered the small portion and it was of a reasonable amount. Soup was quite fragrant. They were mostly generous with the vegetables (but the cabbage). Not too bad, worth a try if you like fish head steamboats :)

We went on a Thursday night at about 8pm and managed to get a seat for three. Do note that the menu is entirely in Chinese.

The sambal kang kong was tasty, wasn’t really spicy but it was addictive. A pity we had so many stalks and less leaves. Otherwise this is a nice go-to veggie dish.

We went on a Thursday night at about 8pm and managed to get a seat for three. Do note that the menu is entirely in Chinese.

Tofu was soft and silky, prawns were really nice with the eggy chilli crab sauce. It was really quite a small serving for the price, but at least it was delicious. I’m happy I tried it, but I wouldn’t order it again because I thought the price is quite steep for such a tiny plate of food.

We went on a Thursday night at about 8pm and managed to get a seat for three. Do note that the menu is entirely in Chinese.

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