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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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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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Have been wanting to try Xin Yuan Ji but always get deterred by its queues 😂 Opted for no milk for my bowl and though it was already tasty, I liked it even more with milk for that extra sweetness and creaminess. Fish slices were firm and fresh, was a comforting bowl.

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Fresh and firm slices of fish in a comforting and flavourful soup that carries the natural sweetness of fish and vegetables. The sliced fish was smooth and tender while the fried fish was done just right, with the skin not being overly thick 》$8.80

I can’t remember what is this dish but apart from the damn good fish soup, this was not bad too!!

Xin Yuan Ji is also known for its signature Charcoal Fish Head Steamboat and Fish Head Mee Hoon.
If your not into sharing, they also have in individual bowl. Ordered the slice fish soup. The fish slices are fresh, firm & chunky. Soup was rich and savoury with sweet notes.
Try the char siew omelette which my gf describes as comfort food. Is really good indeed. Bits of char siew added to the fluffy omelette give the dish a savoury and sweet finish. Cutting into the omelette revealed a warm and soft centre and I like that is not too greasy.

Finally tried the famed steamboat and the hype was worth it. The soup broth was flavorful (combination of the usual fish broth with herbals) and somehow made tastier when cooked with all the ingredients!

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