Best 10 Sliced Fish Soup Stalls in Singapore For A Hearty Meal
In the present day, where we are primarily concerned for our health yet, can’t compromise the urge for good flavours, Sliced Fish Soup has currently become the best option. This particular dish is of Teochew origin, primarily prepared from freshly sliced or deep-fried sliced fish in a delicious steamy broth. It can be accompanied by rice or noodles that you get on the side of your dish.
Thankfully, there are a large number of hawker stalls in Singapore that serve you these mouth-watering Sliced Fish Soup dishes for your healthy cravings. We have sorted out and listed some of the best hawker stalls serving this nourishing dish for you.
If you’re looking for an excellent place for some quality sliced fish soup, Piao Ji Fish Porridge serves them how you expect this dish to be. Delicious, light and healthy. Due to the stall’s overwhelming popularity, you might have to line up in a long queue. The fish soup here is so delicious that you may question how healthy it is. But worry not, it is as healthy as it is tasty. The texture of the fish is really smooth, and the broth also contains pork lard which adds extra flavour and collagen too!
The primary fish ingredient that Piao Ji uses is the premium quality Pomfret. Piao Ji’s signature dish, Pomfret with fresh Prawns Soup, is absolutely a must-try for all. Apart from Pomfret, they also serve other fishes like Batang and Mackerel. Piao Ji uses a unique chilli that perfectly complements their fish soups’ flavours, which is made with chilli padi, pickled ginger, and fermented beans. The portions of the fishes and prawns you get are very generously sized, so you get what you paid for at its best.
|Address||7 Maxwell Road, Amoy Street Food Centre, #02-100/103, Singapore 069111|
|Timings||Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 03:30 pm|
Closed on Monday and Thursday
2. Han Kee
Here at Han Kee, the fish soup you get is so delicious that you need to stand in a long queue before you can order yourself. But it is worth the wait? Absolutely yes. They have been consistent over the years to serve the customers one of the best fish soup in Singapore. Thick, freshly cut slices of fish in a luscious and thick bee hoon soup will surely make your day. Pair the fish soup dish with the noodles, and you’ll instantly know why there is always such a long queue.
The menu is kept quite simple but doesn’t get deceived by it because the quality of the food is fantastic. The fishbowls come in three sizes (small, medium and large) for the Sliced Fish Bee Hoon, Sliced Fish Soup, and Sliced Fish Porridge. The Fish Head versions of the soup, bee hoon and porridge are a dollar more expensive than the rest. You can also order a bowl of white rice per fish order. You might get surprised by how much you get for the price.
|Address||7 Maxwell Road, #02-129 Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111|
|Timings||Monday to Friday from 11:00 am to 03:00 pm|
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
Mei Xiang Black & White Fish Soup has been around for over ten years in this business, whipping up delicious fish soup for those looking for something tasty and healthy. The primary factor that separates this stall from the others is that they serve you Mixed Fish Soup. The best element about their dish is the robust fish stock. Take a sip, and you’ll instantly know this beautiful stock was prepared by hours of simmering the fish bones, eventually yielding its signature sweet and distinguished flavours.
The ‘Black’ and ‘White’ in their name refers to the fishes used in the dish, that is, ‘Black’ being the fried fish and ‘White’ being the fresh sliced fish. The Black has a nice chewy texture to it, and the White is deliciously smooth and succulent. Dipping it into their awesome chilli sauce enhances the sliced fish’s flavour, giving you a strong zest. If quality is what you are looking for, give them a try.
|Address||Berseh Food Centre Stall 44, 166 Jln Besar, Singapore 208877|
|Contact||+65 9789 6686|
|Timings||Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to 08:00 pm|
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
Serving great fish soups for hungry customers, Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon still proudly stands as one of the best for the past two decades. The fish soup that they serve is not only tasty and healthy; it is also very cost-effective, which explains their overwhelming popularity. Their menu is straightforward, focusing mainly on their signature dish. You get the option to choose from two different kinds of soup, the clear and lighter soup or the option to add milk to the broth. The clear broth has a sweeter taste, with the essence of the fish remaining trapped in it. The milkier version gives you a creamier texture, but the sweetness is milder than the clear one.
Regardless of your choice, both provide you with flavours that immediately catches your tastebuds’ attention. You can also add noodles or rice if you like. You can find some green veggies, fresh tomatoes and even pieces of tofu added to the soup. The crispy fried fish with a deliciously thin batter is very succulent and flavourful and always remains the star of the plate, or rather the ‘bowl’ in this case.
|Address||1 Kadayanallur Street, Maxwell Food Centre#01-77, Singapore 069184|
|Timings||Monday to Wednesday, Friday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 08:30 pm|
Closed on Thursday
Being listed in the Singapore Michelin Guide with a ‘Michelin Bib Gourmand’, Beach Road Fish Road Bee Hoon is one of the best places to satisfy your craving for a great bowl of fish soup. They have a wide variety of delicious dishes to choose from, such as sliced fish bee hoon, fish porridge, sliced fish soup, seafood soup, and their special Special Tom Yum soup. And the best part is these mouth-watering dishes are very wallet-friendly. Their clear fish soup is purely divine. Served with generous fish slices, the perfect blend of sweet and savoury is going to make you crave for more.
The soups you get here are unlike the others, where the flavours are overpowered due to the overwhelming amount of milk in the soup. Beach Road serves you the most flavourful fish stock, which retains pure and original essence even when adding milk into it. Do give them a try if you want to know what quality tastes like, without spending a lot on it.
|Address||91 Whampoa Drive, #01-46 Whampoa Makan Place, Singapore 320090|
|Timings||Sunday to Tuesday, Thursday to Friday from 09:00 am to 02:00 pm|
Closed on Wednesdays and Saturdays
Angel Horse Teochew Fish Soup is famous for serving delightful bowls of sliced fish soups and their serving sizes. Depending on how hungry you are, you can order three different sizes. Enjoy the deliciously light clear soup simmered with a fresh blend of spices, with added plump and juicy slices of Batang fish. If you want more texture in your dish, you can choose to add some tofu, bitter gourds or even seaweed. Instead of using the usual and typical soya sauce, they serve the Teo Chew salted bean sauce and chilli padi. The slices of fish are very well complimented due to the contrast in flavours.
You also get prawn soup which cost a little more than the other, but it’s delightful. You indeed get what you paid for. The portions of dishes they serve are generously huge, so don’t you worry about your hunger. You’ll always be satisfied, no matter how hungry you are. The queue can be quite long during lunch hours due to that reason.
|Address||270 Queen Street, Albert Food Centre, #01-95, Singapore 180270|
|Timings||Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 08:00 pm|
Blanco Court was one of the best fish soup stalls back in the days, very famous for their delicious and rich broth. Since the demolition of the booth, this stall claims to be the original Blanco Court. Regardless of its originality, the sliced fish soup you get is delicious. The thick, juicy slices of fish in a bowl of rich and aromatic broth will make your taste buds asking for more.
To further enhance the taste of the entire dish, they also serve you deep-fried eggs on the side for a bonus. The noodles that you add to the soup is very springy and delightful, withhold and carry some of the essences of the fish’s flavour. Top it off with some fried anchovies and bitter gourd; your day is made.
The stall more or less provides you self-service, which means the queue won’t be an issue here. There are various options to choose from their menus, such as Steam Fish Soup, Fish Head Soup, Mixed Fish Soup, Steam Fish Yee Mee, and the overly famous Fried Fish Soup. If you are a fish soup lover, look nowhere but here.
|Address||325 Beach Road, Singapore 199566|
|Contact||+65 9151 2401|
|Timings||Monday to Saturday from 09:30 am to 08:00 pm|
Yan Ji Wei Wei is a little different from what you would expect from a regular fish soup stall. It is considered a high-end place for the customers as the sliced fish soup and seafood dishes here cost double what you pay for in the standard stalls. They have a history of over 30 years of serving fantastic fish soups unmatched till today. The portions of soup they act are a little lesser for the price than the other stalls but wait. They do small pieces because their soup is a special secret recipe with every drop being carefully controlled.
The fish soup is milky yet has all the flavours that you would expect from a fish soup. There is a hint of sweetness and savoury that perfectly complements the sliced fish in the dish. The slices of fish are well seasoned before adding into the soup and have the perfect balance of flavour and texture. You can top it off with some delicious Scallops and Crayfish and you’ll never regret your decision.
|Address||4 Woodlands Street 12 #01-26, Woodlands, Singapore 738623|
|Contact||+65 9798 5886|
|Timings||Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 08:30 pm|
Closed on Mondays
Lu Jia Fish Soup is famously known for its unique take on sliced fish soup flavours. You have the option to add their homemade fried fish skin and bean-curd sticks to add an extra zest to the flavours. They put extra effort, also to serve you very well-done yam rice to accompany the delicious fish soup. Instead of adding it into the rice to boil, the yam cubes are fried first, giving it a slightly charred and caramelised exterior. This infuses excellent flavour to the rice when finally cooked together.
Though the preparations for their unique menu are a bit more tedious, they make sure that they make no room for error and dissatisfaction. Batang fish is their choice of fish for their light and clear sliced fish soup. The fish provides a touch of sweetness and has a slight chew to it which perfectly compliments their homemade chilli sauce dip. The is their secret recipe, giving a hint of spiciness to your tastebuds.
|Address||1 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #01-12 A’Posh BizHub Soon Hong Eating House, Singapore 768160|
|Timings||Monday to Friday from 10:30 am to 07:30 pm|
Saturday from 10:00 am to 02:00 pm
Closed on Sundays
Seng Kee Fish Soup has been providing utterly delicious sliced fish soups for many years now. Serving you a very well-seasoned broth, it totally satisfies your craving for a good fish soup. Its sweet and savoury taste perfectly balances the flavours of the fried slices of delicious fish. The fried fish is done to perfection, keeping the quality, texture and freshness in mind. You can also add fried egg batter and Hong Kong noodles to your soup.
The soup is slightly heavy on your palate, with a perfect mix of delicious noodles added to it. This tasty bowl has some generously added fresh vegetables, tomatoes, and seaweed, which provides a hearty and fulfilling meal. The long queue that you need to stand in is a clear indication of their sliced fish soups’ quality.
|Address||163 Bukit Merah Central, Bukit Merah Central Food Centre, #02-56, Singapore 150163|
|Timings||Tuesday to Saturday from 07:30 am to 01:30 pm|
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
That brings us to the end of our list of the best food stalls that offer some fantastic sliced fish soup. Now we all know that everyone has their own preferences, especially when it comes to food. That’s why you should visit each of them and try them out! Who knows, you may fall in love with one or more than one stalls. Bon appetit.
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