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Ah, fish soup. This go-to hawker dish always hits the spot when we're looking for a healthy-ish, ...

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A very very light soup pork portion was alright, there's a lot of steamed-till-soft cartilage which I really liked but maybe not everyone does

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A really comforting bowl of seafood soup on a rainy night! The soup is very rich with umami, and filled with quite generous portions of sliced fish/meat. Would definitely come back again!

This was delicious, the sauce was light but full of umami. I was quite surprised by how good it was.

If you're in the area it's worth trying

Tender and well executed. Pretty worth for this price, the herbal taste was strong enough too

This heartwarming turtle soup is one of two remaining in Berseh Food Centre. I hear many return to this stall and can have long queues.

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Soft poh piah skin wrap and tasty filling. Itโ€™s small like most poh piahs and worth it with Burpple 1-for-1 deal. ๐Ÿ‘

This soup is very tasty and tangy! Love it!

Itโ€™s not too thick so I like the consistency n taste like mushrooms!

Turtle soup (meat only) - $16
Usually go to their main branch at Geylang, but tried the Potong Pasir one today.
The chilli was not as nice, soup was watered down, meat was tougher, and portion of yam rice was too little. Difference in standard was very clear.

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Lobster for under $15? For only $13* you can snag yourself a bowl of ๐—Ÿ๐—ผ๐—ฏ๐˜€๐˜๐—ฒ๐—ฟ ๐—ฆ๐—ฒ๐—ฎ๐—ณ๐—ผ๐—ผ๐—ฑ ๐—ฆ๐—ผ๐˜‚๐—ฝ from Rayben King of Seafood Soup, which is conveniently located near Serangoon MRT Station.

Even though itโ€™s only half a lobster, it was huge and accompanied by two prawns, fish slices, clams and some meatballs. The flavourful broth possessed the sweetness of all the fresh seafood, with the meaty, crunchy lobster undoubtedly the star.

A claw-some bowl of seafood soup indeed!

*Only on Mondays, T&Cโ€™s apply. Other days $19.

Of the three fish soup stall in 448 Clementi Market, this one has the longest queues most of the time. As I have already tried the other two stalls, my expectations were therefore quite high. Plus I had to buy queue for 25 minutes.

Ordered the Yuan Yang Fish Soup (Fried fish and sliced fish) for $5.50 and added $1.00 of Deep Fried Egg. You can choose to add bee hoon or just plain soup. The soup was neither the clear or milky type. It was yellowish in colour and tasted more salty than umami but quite nice. You get 4 pieces of fried fish, 4 pieces of sliced batang fish and a few slivers of bitter gourd, plenty of cabbage and it comes garnished with chopped spring onion, fried shallots and two small pieces of seaweed.

The fried fish was just ordinary but the pieces were large. The batang slices were outright thin and tend to break when you use chopsticks to pick them up. Their chilli sauce had a strong savoury taste of bean paste but did not pack enough heat.

Overall, not a very impressive bowl of fish soup and clearly one of the other stall beat them hands down. So why the long queue when it is also not the cheapest?

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