Be hit with a pleasant lightness of the broth with the Sliced Fish Soup ($4.80). The soup came with a very clean taste, no hint of fishiness at all, a generous amount of fluffy fried fish, vegetables and tofu, topped with Chinese seaweed and crispy fried egg (!!!). Dipping it in the fermented bean sauce really helped to elevate this humble dish to the next level. For those looking for a light meal, this is a tasty soup that doesn’t compromise on flavour.
The Tom Yum Fried Fish Soup ($5.40) was packed with so much punch you will salivate before the broth touches your lips. Definitely a well balanced mix of spicy and sour that will awake you from dreamland and warm your tastebuds heartily. And again, the crazily sinful deep fried egg babies add so much flavour to the soup, you have to get a bowl on its own to enjoy the extra oomph!!
Visit before 3pm to avoid disappointment, their fish soup sells out fast!
📍Hot Spot Cafe Restaurant
Burlington Square
175 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189649
Opening Hours
Mondays to Sundays: 11am - 4pm
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