Xin Yuan Ji (Bugis)

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新源記 Our speciality is charcoal fish head steamboat and the best fish head mee hoon soup in town and lots of local asian food delicacy

31 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188117

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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mom & i’s favourite! seeing the bubbling, enthusiastic pot of curry when first brought never gets old !! the gravy has wonderful kick of spice to it, and picking the bones from the fish head though is a pain in the ass is sooo worth it for that sweet meat! filled to the brim with asparagus, tomato, beancurd tofu and cabbage. paired with a cup of iced barley truly elevates it to a delectable comfort food :)

Pickled Radish Beancurd, $13.80. One of the MUST ORDER dish everytime we are back here! Simply love their beancurd, super silky, soft and melt in your mouth! It’s slightly pan-fried to beautiful golden with a lil crispy on its outside before soaking in a bed of lightly, fragrant tasty gravy, and finally topped with generous portion of their crispy pickled radish!!! Goes so well with just a bowl of white rice and a piping hot and clear fish soup!

I've mixed feelings about hae bee and I don't like milk cabbage, so this was a tough call.

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Their name for a concoction of lime and plum. Likewise, there's a papa drink, of lime and barley.

If this is what they're known for, you all have been scammed. Downright mediocre. I usually finish my soups and I had no incentive to do so. Don't tell me "milk", because I usually skip it to taste the truth. Fish maybe? No, totally negligible. Not even the taste of the batter, which is a very low bar.

Claypot Eggplant, $13.80. First time ordering this dish here and it surprisingly impressed us! Eggplant is so soft that it melts in our mouth, fully soaked in their fragrantly bean paste gravy together with minced pork. It taste so shiok pairing with just a bowl of white rice and we can’t get enough of that mouth-watering gravy! Love how they served this fish in claypot to maintain its hotness!

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