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4 Woodlands Street 12
#01-26 Marsiling Mall Hawker Centre
Singapore 738620

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11:00am - 08:30pm


11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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Premium Seafood Soup [S$30] from the famous Yan Ji Seafood Soup in Marsiling. Yan Ji Seafood Soup serves up rich and creamy broth with an assortment of fresh seafood, living up to its reputation. http://hungryghost.sg/yan-ji-seafood-soup/

Flavours seafood soup served with fresh seafood like crayfish , prawn, fish and minced meat.
It’s more expensive if we compare to Sin Kee seafood soup.
But here the minced meat more tender and the soup more tasty.
📍Yan Ji Seafood Soup.
19-21 marsiling Ln.

$8.5 for this bowl of goodness. $6.5 is the cheapest option. $0.5 for rice. thumbs up for the soup and minced meat. Always consistently good 👍🏻


Flavourful seafood and pork broth with tomatoes, fresh prawns, minced pork, clams and fishes. It’s definitely a homely comforting soup you should try, especially on rainy days. Be prepared to wait cos it’s really popular among the Woodlanders. 🤩


The large bowl is good for sharing amongst 2 and came with 4 fresh prawns, lots of dory fish and flavorful minced meat. The dory fish is the cheapest option and while it is soft & fresh, it is a bit mushy in texture and has slight fishiness (typical of dory fish) and perhaps it would be worth paying more for the batang/ pomfret fish. They also offer crayfish for $2 more and rice is an added 50c.
⚠️ Popular stall but one can simply order and take the number plate to your table so you can relax and wait without the need to queue. The food took about 20 mins on a weekend lunch to serve.
📍Sin Kee Seafood Soup 鲜记海鲜汤, #01-329, Teo Chap Bee Eating House, 19 Marsiling Lane

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There is nothing like this, not even at restaurants, except possibly at other seafood soup stalls. Only an unrestrained effort at extracting the essence of seafood achieves this. Problem is, you get only a small serving of soup. Another problem: the bill escalates in a hurry if you want "premium" ingredients. Another problem: we waited 45 minutes.