253 Jurong East Street 24
Singapore 600253

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07:00am - 03:00pm


07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

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The steam fish was very fresh, no fishy smell at all, hae bee hiam was tasty, the minced pork was tender and savoury even the bitter gourd acceptable for me ( I don’t eat bitter gourd).
The downside is this hawker only can dine in 2 people, so hard to order more. Hopefully we can dine more than 2 people at every hawker.
📍Zai Shun curry fish head.
Block 253 Jurong east st 24, #01-205

Surprisingly, despite their brand name, the stall is actually famous more for their steamed fish than curry fish head which is exactly what we have gotten to share, together with other dishes like Meat Patties with Salted Fish, Bittergourd Fried Egg and Hae Bee Hiam as recommended by @sgfoodonfoot. And what better way to enjoy these dishes than with a bowl of rice porridge! The steamed fish is very fresh, and the other dishes tasted very yummy too, if only they are located nearer to me and I will be able to patronise them more!
✨ Zai Shun Curry Fish Head
📍 253 Jurong East Street 24, Unit 01-205, Singapore 600253
🍴 [Self Funded]

Would you travel from one end of the country to the other for a good steamed fish? Well, if you’re true blue foodie and love fish enough, I bet you would go all the way to Jurong East to try Zai Shun Curry Fish Head. Despite its name, you’ll see the majority of tables with a plate of steamed fish rather than the stall’s namesake dish.

Before it was awarded Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide, it was once the hidden gem of the West. I’ve been here before it was accorded the status in the red book.

Choose your fish and cooking style that you want when you order. It’s then freshly steamed and served to you. I had the Steamed Song Fish Head in Bean Paste (Market Price) which is ordered by many tables here.

The fish head is steamed with fermented soy bean paste. Deep fried lard bits, chilli and spring onions are added for garnish.

Unlike many places, the steamed fish here is very fresh and done just right. Not overcooked or fishy. And I truly love the umaminess of the fermented soy bean paste and munching on those crispy lard bits. Who said steamed fish was always healthy?

In true Teochew style, have your steamed fish with Teochew porridge. Appreciating this watery bowl of rice grains is something that comes with age.

I can’t wait for the dining in group limit to be raised to 5 in order to have their whole steamed fish.

It's decent, somehow the taste is abit diff from mom's and I'm inclined to think mom does a better job. Nonetheless just grab their soup of the day, quality is ensured

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Half a fish head, their execution on point as always but I'm not a fan of the fish itself. It's not bad but it's no 青衣

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Can't believe I've never reviewed this. Pretty good, on the lighter side but still very satisfying. Not as much wok hei as their black fungus egg. Only reason I tot to review this time is cos the portion got smaller

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