Here, you will only find fresh and smooth sliced batang in your bowl as Uncle Henry only uses expensive Batang fish. So remember to order fresh slices instead of fried fillets, you'd want all the untainted goodness from the fish! If we're feeling spendy, we would sometimes order fish belly for the extra smoothness, it's really quite shiok!
Especially love the fragrant bits of crushed Ti Por! Broth tastes natural and lightly sweet from boiling of bones, along with yee mee as noodle choice. Best part, there's no stinky smell from fish.
The soup was so good on it's own but the homemade chilli added a tangy heat, sour and spicy at the same time! Read more (+bonus pic of Uncle Henry!):
📍Tai Seng Fish Soup
Bing Garden Eating House
Block 3024 Ubi Road 3
Singapore 408652
Opening Hours
Mondays to Fridays: 9.30am - 3.30pm
Saturdays: 9.30am - 2.30pm
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