Review Thai Seng Fish Soup, 3026 Ubi Rd 1, Singapore

Review Thai Seng Fish Soup - Singapore 3026 Ubi Rd 1

“Fresh and delicious fish soup. Flavourful! IG: sgfood13” or “Worth the 20 mins wait! Thiccc fresh fish slices and generous portion of mee sua” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Thai Seng Fish Soup. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Thai Seng Fish Soup is quality.

Introduction about Thai Seng Fish Soup

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Background Info

  • Phone: 98780817 (+65 98780817)
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/ThaiSengFishSoup
  • Address: 3026 Ubi Rd 1, #01- 146 Industrial Estate, Singapore
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Detailed information of Thai Seng Fish Soup

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Operating hours

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10 AM to 2:30 PM.

Sunday: Closed.

Distance

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Phone number

You can reach Thai Seng Fish Soup at 98780817(+65 98780817). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

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Address

You can directly come to 3026 Ubi Rd 1, #01- 146 Industrial Estate, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Thai Seng Fish Soup reviews

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Is Thai Seng Fish Soup good?

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“Very good bowl of fish soup with abundant ingredients. The soup stock was of quality. Queue starts forming even before the opening time and be prepared to wait. But the wait was worth it.”

“Only complain is the queue is too long. The fish soup is really nice, remember to add the fried egg to perfect it. Good bowl of fish soup if you happen to be nearby”

“Fresh and delicious fish soup. Flavourful! IG: sgfood13”

“Worth the 20 mins wait! Thiccc fresh fish slices and generous portion of mee sua”

“Great soup! No wonder the q is that long! Definitely worth the wait. Yum.”

“One of the best fish soups I have. The fish is fresh n smooth. Soup taste great. Chilli sauce and their soy sauce with chopped chillies give u the extra kick. Awesome but long queues during lunch hours.”

“Tasty fish soup with the option of with milk or without. Definitely worth the queue and will be my favourite fish soup going forward.”

“IMO, best fish soup. Tom yam slice fish is my go-to, all time fav. If you’re a chilli lover, you’ll love their chilli as well.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 208 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.5 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 87% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Thai Seng Fish Soup, 3026 Ubi Rd 1, Singapore

There is a total 208 reviews

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    Vincent Khoo

    Long queue unless u go off peak…food wise so so only. Today order fried fish noddle. The fried fish is too saltish. The soup got a lot of ajinomoto also. Just curious why the queue can be so long everyday.

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    Jun Yuan Chia

    The soup comes with generous portions of vegetables and the fish is fresh. The ceiling of the coffeeshop is high and there are lots of fans

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    KwangHui Hang

    Must try their special chili sauce!

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    Michelle Chan

    Fresh, nice bite in the batang fish with a subtle but yummy flavour that hits the right spots. Generous greens. This is Thai Seng Fish Soup.
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    We were observing uncle as he preps the condiments in the bowl and noticed him adding something that looks like bonito powder. I initially thought it was pepper but there wasn’t any hint of that.
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    On weekends, this is one of the few stores operating in this food court in the industrial estate, yet it draws hungry patrons from all over! Come before 1130am to avoid the crazy crowd

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    Jiak Papa

    Tasty fish soup with the option of with milk or without. Definitely worth the queue and will be my favourite fish soup going forward.

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    jkyeo

    It is over rated in my view. However the soup is awesome as it’s ingredients include the powered sole fish. The texture of fish slices is too smooth in my view that it doesn’t taste like fish. Friendly staff

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    Peter Lim

    Taste good, but the cooking is very slow and queues build up.

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    Michael Tan

    10 minute queues always. The mainstay anchor tenant of the whole coffee shop. Great I guess.

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    Daniel Tan

    Only complain is the queue is too long. The fish soup is really nice, remember to add the fried egg to perfect it.

    Good bowl of fish soup if you happen to be nearby

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    Melvin Tan

    Cai png all day, err-day
    The only food that won’t go wrong. Cai png is love, Cai png is life …

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    Kan Kam Fai

    Great soup! No wonder the q is that long! Definitely worth the wait. Yum.

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    Chen Boon Goh

    Good and reasonably priced fish soup at Tai Seng Fish Soup. Order anything from yee mee, thick Beehoon or just rice with the fish soup. The broth is super good. If you come after 12 pm, expect to queue for 30 to 45 minutes. If you have the time, it’s worth the wait.

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    Adrian Ng

    The halal stall serves the best longtong….thank u thai seng because I waited so long in queue …discovered another good food stall

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    Nicholas lee

    Long queue but stall owner very friendly and patience even though the queue is very long. Great food also

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    Rowena Sunscreen

    Very nice fish soup!! Must eat at ubi

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    mi

    A middle-aged couple ran this yummy fish soup stall in a coffeeshop within the Ubi industrial estate. Always has a long Q after 1145am on weekdays. 2 main types of fish – sliced white fish or fried fish. Prefer sliced fish. Soup is clear, teochew style. Fish is definitely fresh. Go for the chillies sauce (like chicken rice chillies) if u like shiok shiok chillies. They can make u sweat! Don’t be greedy to pour too much as they are really potent.

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    Hum Wan Fong

    Very nice & fresh Tai Seng fish soup …

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    Kirby Poh

    Thai Seng Fish Soup is rather good. But the soup isn’t as flavorful as I’d prefer it to be. The texture of the sliced fish is smooth though.

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    Gordon Wong

    Should be good as I gave up after an hour queue in getting nowhere on a Saturday (non work day) morning

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    Derrick Teh

    Very good and fresh fish soup! But be prepared to Q 30mins and up

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    Tai Quan Lee

    The chilli is damn shiok please. Always long queue during office lunch hour

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    Lim Geok

    Good, worth the queue.

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    Geil Alamon (nightingeil)

    I like the Tom yum fish soup, no veggies ah. Fish soup best soup.

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    Riyan Pradiyar

    My favourite for tomyum fish soup

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    Donovan Leong

    Popular fish soup stall at Ubi area. Queues are very long, service is slow.

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    Natasha Lewis Tjahjadi

    Be prepared to q for about an hr during lunch time.

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    Derrick Chew

    Great slice fish soup. As for the fried fish, so so only

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    Chan Siew Wei

    Very delicious fish soup. During lunch hour you can expect long Q.

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    KC Teo

    Long queues but nice fish soup

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    Alex Chong

    Very fresh fish and you always feel not enough of it while eating!!

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    Deon Jong

    Queue was pretty long even at 2pm in the afternoon.

    An acceptable bowl of fish soup, ordered a $6 portion and received an average amount of fish.

    Try it for yourself, but if you’re not nearby it not worth making the trip down.

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    Kit Sin

    Love their fish soup. Is my comfort food and favourite fish soup currently.
    Expect long queues during peak hours

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    Nyan Zhe Chen

    Eat this at least once a week. Add fried egg for full effect

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    Red Jon

    Best Fish Soup ever.. Chilli sauce really blows your head. You won’t find this in Malaysia. Never miss eating Fish Soup and Tom Yum Soup whenever i’m in Singapore.

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    Justin Jin

    best fish soup in town

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    Joan Wong

    Good tasty fish soup with smooth fish slices. However have to expect long queue.

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    Aaron Koh

    Love the chilli with the fish soup.

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    Andrew Everard

    Food was nice, a lot of meat inside, soup was so so

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    HS Tan

    Business start at 1100am , fish soup is good and tasty, come in earlier, expect a long queue , one of the best in Singapore

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    JL Toh

    Tomyum soup base was great.

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    Sik Boon Hor

    Great fish soup served in a no frills coffeeshop. Located with the Ubi industrial estate. Expect long queue during lunch hours.

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    Tsin W61

    The fish slices are cooked just nice, fresh fishing was used. Need to queue for 20 min. The chilli is hit and nice with the hot soup.

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    Thomas Chan

    It’s nice but…. Not nice enough for me to want to queue for so long. Fish is indeed fresh.

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    Hadi Tan

    One of the best fish soup and seafood soup around. Fresh ingredients and tasty soup brew from the fish stock.

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    Alan Xue

    You can order the mix (fried and fresh fish slice) or single variety. However recommend anyone to try the fresh one as you can really taste the “freshness” of the fish without the fishy smell!

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    Ma Te

    Sliced fish is fresh. Soup is good taste. Chilli is good and very spicy.

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    C Christina

    Fresh fish, clear soup, friendly uncle and aunty. Simple love it <3 <3

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    Wobbles Wobbles

    Long queues during lunch hour. Closed on Sundays and public holidays. Clear sliced fish soup with an option to add eggs for $1. Very fresh bouncy white fish that’s not over cooked. Fluffy good quality rice that is cooked to perfection to pair with soup (soup and rice is $5). Tom yum soup available with a hint tomato that makes for a rich sour and spicy surprise. Red spicy chilli paste to top it all off.

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    G Zhu

    Fish slices were fresh.Chilli was potent.

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    Jerald Lim

    Came at 10am plus, before the lunch crowd sets in. First time having both the sliced fish and fried fish beehoon soup, tasted good but they ought to be given a premium starting price at $5 at an industrial area. Didn’t like that the beehoon was seemingly cut short, unable to pick them up nicely with chopsticks and slurp. Fried egg was very good. Friendly stallowners offering a smile are a plus.

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    Mighty Foodie

    The first time I tried their fish soup should be around 10 years ago and I fell in love for it. Whenever I think of fish soup, this is the place in mind. Their slice fish is fresh, firm yet has the bouncy bites.

    Just notice this time that name has a slight changed from Tai Seng Fish Soup to Thai Seng Fish Soup. After doing some search online, I think it’s maybe there is another Tai Seng Fish Soup stall located at Yung Sheng Road, which doesn’t seem to be related. If you want to try this, search for Thai Seng Fish Soup located at Ubi Road, not Tai Seng Fish Soup at Yung Sheng Road.

    Location: Thai Seng Fish Soup, 3024 Ubi Rd 3, #01-99, Singapore 408652

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    TY Koh

    Nice and fresh fish slices. Must try the Tom Yum.

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    Max S.

    Pretty good fish soup but I’ve had better ones. Expect a long queue during lunch. Most people order with fried egg. Worth a try if you’re in that area.

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    Moses -

    This place is located in an industrial area coffee shop. In the week days it is super crowded. In the weekend it is crowded too. Why? Because it serve nice fish soup. In the weekend you will noticed almost all people at the coffee shop is eat from this stall. Is the food worth a return for it. Definitely yes. Why? This area has lots of car parking place, the coffee shop is cooling and lots of table. I am looking forward to my next visit.

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    hc tan

    Good fish soup with fresh ingredients. Very long waiting time however

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    Benjamin Tay

    the seafood soup was good and the fried fish was just perfect

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    Wong Kim Yuan

    Fresh good and tasty fish soup at reasonable price with special chilli sauce.
    Add in the extra fried whipped egg to get an extraordinary experience of the texture

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    Sndy Klare Leo

    Very generous portion but be prepared to queue at least 30 mins!

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    eugene lim

    Expect a long queue. Tasty fish soup tho.

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    Sean Goh

    Despite being located in one of the coffeeshop in the Ubi industrial area, this particular store selling fish soup commands a long queue even on a weekend. I had the sliced fish beehoon.($5SGD). Broth is clear and light, the addition of fried egg floss gives the soup another dimension. Generous portion of slice fish which is very fresh. For spicy lover, think you will enjoyed the chilli which is both spicy and tangy.Uncle taking my order very friendly. Will definetly be back!

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    Dustin Jee

    Probably the best fish soup in Singapore. Flavourful soup, with generous portion of fish and greens. Always try to add fish belly if it is available!

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    Murali Rama Krishnan

    It was quite near to my UBI office, recently our office space has been moved to an another place. Coming to review part.

    Only realized the soup’s greatness after trying other shop soups, this is not one of the; it is the one soup shop you should try.

    And owner uncle literally remembers every face once visited at least 2 or more times. He quite knew my taste and order automatically once he see me in the queue line.

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    Louis Ang

    Love the fresh fish and the friendly uncle who always smiling.

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    Aaron Lee

    Decent bowl of noodles, very light and palatable. Fish is very fresh and their homemade chilli goes really well with the fish. Lastly not worth queueing for an hour as there’s still better fish noodle.

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    Swee Hin Wong

    5 stars for slice fish soup. Fish is fresh and smooth. Soup is delicious. Only complain is the long queue during lunch hour. Suggest to come before 11am or after 2pm.

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    Gary Ang

    The fish is fresh n soup is nice. I like their chilli sauce which is quite unique. Owner is friendly.

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    Lucas Liow

    Amazing fish is chewy but takes a while to order during lunch time as there will be a long queue most of the time during lunch time

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    CCS

    Absolutely the best TEOCHEW Fish Porridge. Seriously. First, the ingredients and soup stock is perfect. I know – as a 67 year old Ah Pek, a journalist with SPH and been around. Second, the man is a PR genius and natural grassroot activist. He greets everyone alike, serves with alacrity and never misses a beat. Even with a 20-person queue. Go and see for yourself. Third, you have options: tom yam, mixed fish, fried eggs etc etc. And. ..you wonder how he runs everything like clockwork. But be warned – the stall closes early. Call Uncle Henry (58 year old only) at 98780817

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    Kuan Hon Aw

    Delicious and very fresh fish with savory soup. Be prepared to queue though.

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    B3rNaRD Chong

    The best fish soup with decent price in Singapore. Very friendly seller. Long queue expected during weekdays between 11am to 2pm. suggested to visit on Saturday morning to avoid crowd. The sliced fish soup & tomyam fried fish soup is a must try, very generous portion.

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    Chia Boon Yeong

    Rated 10/10.. best fish soup in Singapore….

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    Ryan Goh

    Queue is horribly long during the lunch time peak hours. Soup comes piping hot which is maddening to deal with when you’re starving.

    But the ingredients (veg and fish) are fresh and the soup is delicious. Uncle is friendly and service is efficient.

    Tip: let the soup cool down substantially before digging in. The soup comes piping hot and masks the sweetness of the soup. The soup was noticably more delicious as I got to the bottom of the bowl

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    meylisa tjong

    My favourite fish soup in SG …

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    SUNNY SIM

    Very nice and fresh fish soup …

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    Candyse Yip

    Super nice fish soup one of my favorite and nice uncle who is never Gan chiong and will greet u with ah girl or ah boy 你要什么 despite the long queue. Love the fried egg!

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    Benjamin Low

    Flavourful fish broth. The sliced spanish mackerel used in the soup is fresh and delicious. Overall good meal.

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    Mel

    delicious! honored as one of the best fish soup stalls in SG! the flavor of the fish is so fresh and you’ll get a warm welcome when you go!

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    Angela Ho

    My go-to fish soup. Fresh delicious slices. Perfectly cooked. Flavorful soup with just a dash of milk. Yummy.
    I take mine without vegetables but they are very sweet and nice. Loads for those who love it The prawn balls are always an add on. Worth the $1.50 for 2 pieces

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    Tasha Teo

    Fish is very fresh. I love the chilli sauce is super spicy

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    Chris Anthony

    Goid & cheap claypot 888.

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    Ellis Lim

    Still taste as good after coming back a couple of years later. Their chili sauce is spicy and will cause perspiration halfway through the meal. Fish slices are fresh and springy.

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    Shawn Finnigan

    SUPER GOOD. try the normal soup base.

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    WONG

    The fish is fresh. The chilli sauce is fantastic. But the coffee here is expensive and tasteless

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    SEAH ANDREW

    Try the tomyam good and the fish is fresh but be prepare to qqq

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    Ong Billy

    One of the Best Fish Soup in Singapore …

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    Eric Tang

    One of the best fish soup in town.

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    Erlia Anom

    Fresh batang fish & tasty soup. Loads of vegetable and ‘fried egg’. Been a regular patron for this stall for about 8 years …

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    Among us Gamer

    Nice slice fish soup at ubi. Enjoying these food for 7 years, almost everyday eating.

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    Min Loo

    It was very good but not the best. The soup was the winner flavorful and pure. Fish was very fresh. What caused the one star was the fish was sliced too thin to savor its flavor and texture. It dissolved almost immediately. The owner couples was very nice and friendly. I will come back if within the vicinity and no more that 15min queue.

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    chilarvet

    Boss is finally back, after the Jurong fishery incident. Long queues again, so come early if possible or expect to wait for an hour at least. Worth the wait anyways.. …

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    Jeverio Yeo

    Delicious and queue is quite long during lunch

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    Agnes Tay

    Need to come around 11 30am, not so many people. Other then that have to queue quite long. Uncle Henry is friendly and nice. Previously he can remember 10 or more order, Due to his age, he try very hard to remember the order, The food is nice have to try… They have spinach Mee Sua, Mee Sua, etc

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    Joe Huang

    Fish is fresh, Soup is clear and nice but expect for long queue. Worth eating. Try their tomyum e-mee too

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    Marc Tan

    Tried but soup so-so only. Not worth the long queue.

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    Ganesh R

    A well known and very popular stall. Taste has been consistently good. Taste wise beats any other hands down! Very nice owner remembers many customers.

    Be prepared for long queues though. Best is around 11am or well after lunch hours.

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    Calvin Foo

    Good food but long queue

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    Christopher Ng

    Possibly the best fish soup in Singapore. Fish is always fresh and they are so generous with the vegetables which makes this a really healthy dish. Try to be there before 11.15am as the queue can get really crazy.

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    Samantha Zhou

    The best tom yum fish soup that I’ve eaten. I will always order slice/fried fish tomyum with rice and additional taukee. I have mix feelings about sharing this shop is because the more people go and eat, the longer the queue is :’)

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    Allison Lu

    Owner was really accommodative and friendly! Superb quality fish slices and ingredients overall really hearty. Worth the queue!

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    Adrian Tan

    The fish and other ingredients are fresh. Their soup has no MSG and super tasty! We always finish the soup to the last drop!

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    Ryan T

    I usually have the tom yum fish soup. Portion is good, ingredients are fresh but just wish the q is shorter.

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    R D

    Best fish soup ever!!! People queue up here ftom all over Singapore, including us

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    Sing Lim

    This place is highly recommended by food blogger. So I decided to check it out, since my office is not far from this place. I arrived there at around quarter to twelve and there’s already a long queue. Couple with the fact that many office workers sent someone to do take away. I ended up wait for almost 45 minutes before my turn. I ordered the yee mee with fish slice soup. Unfortunately this combination only give you few slices of fish. The taste of the broth is very good, fish slices are fresh and firm and they are generous with vegetables that go with it. I would recommend to try the usual fish slice mee hoon soup instead.

    Decided to come second time and this time I ordered the fish slice mee hoon and seafood soup. As expected fish slices soup was good but the seafood soup is just so so. The queue is again very long. So my verdict with this stall is if the queue is not that long the fish slice mee hoon soup is worth the wait. But there are certainly other fish soup stall that are equally or even better at other places.

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    Kohfamily1993 Five

    Go early 11.15am to order. By 11.30am the queue will be long..

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    Winnie Tan

    Had high expectations from the good reviews but personally, it’s just very normal. Fried fish is very dried and felt like eating fish skins & flour instead of fish meat. The flour taste is very strong too. Will recc sliced fish if you really want to try. $5.50 for the smallest bowl but the portion of the noodles is pretty big. The chilli is good. So far, Yishun’s Yu Kia at Aposh bizhub is nicest.

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    Christie Ang

    One of my favourite fish soup stalls. Good portion size and soup is tasty. Chilli is awesome! Expect long queues during lunch hours.

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    Leon C.

    Never had any reason to visit Ubi till now. This place doesn’t really need another review, the fish beehoon soup they serve up is Just. That. Good. Everything that is positive has been covered by those before. About the Q, well it really is inevitable. The thing is Auntie and Uncle is cooking and serving each bowl as fast as they humanly can without sacrificing the quality, so just give some love and savour every morsel and drop of broth.

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    Gohht 13

    Fresh and delicious fish soup. Flavourful!

    IG: sgfood13

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    David “DDY” Yip

    Lots of fan but I think opposite coffee shop is equivalent good, minus the que.

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    umake mehungry

    Braving the longest queue of the Coffeeshop in Ubi during the lunch hour to get a taste of this hidden gem Fish soup among the Industrial Estate.

    The stall is run by two pax with uncle taking orders and auntie in the kitchen preparing bowl of delicious fish soup at a non-stopping rate.

    We have the medium bowl of Sliced Fish Soup and the soup was cloudy topped with garnishings like Chinese parsley and fried onions.

    The Batang fish slices were firm and tender, it’s not easy to “kiap” it with a pair of chopsticks.

    While the Sliced Fish Thick Bee Hoon Soup has a milky broth, the ingredients of their soup are still similar with cabbages, egg floss, fried onions, fried soles fish and Chinese parsley.

    The quality of Fish Slices tells it all. They have their own in house chilli sauce that gives an explosion of spiciness and it will burn our tongue.

    The smooth white slices of fish are bouncy and lend a good tender bite within.

    So what’s their secret recipe besides having Fried Sole Fish in their soup? The natural sweetness of the fried egg gives a good taste to their soup too.

    Does it worth my 20 – 30 Minutes queue? Perhaps this is the best Fish Soup in the Eastern Part of Singapore and of course, I believe there are nicer ones out there. In terms of rush lunch hours, the queue might be too time-consuming for some.

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    Minako Ishibashi

    Finally tried Thai Seng Fish Soup at Ubi, and I think this is now my favourite.
    Fish slices are fresh, generous amount of fish and veggies, perfect amount of milk, and even their fried egg was so nice! Loved their chilli as well – spicy but with nice amount of refreshing sourness.

    We went on Monday around 12pm, but the wait was not too bad. We’ve probably waited for about 30min.

    Probably the only downside of this place is they only accept cash. If they accept digital payment, that would’ve been amazing.

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    Chamz Zheng

    Best fish soup I have ever eat! …

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    Mun Chong

    Large and thick slices of fresh fish
    Soup no MSG
    Plenty of veg n tofu
    Really spicy chilli sauce
    Long queue moves along quite fast n no problem getting a seat
    I’ve been a regular for 10 years now

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    WeiC Lin

    09/10/21
    Overrated. Taste just ok, soup not savoury and rather light. Only generous amount of large slices of fish worth waiting in the long queue.

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    Joachim Lee

    The best fish soup I have ever had. Truly the best. My fav is the clear soup and Tom yum. If you are having both of it the same day, go with the clear first then followed by Tom yum.

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    Tan FW Ryan

    Best Fish Soup Ever! MUST Try, no try no go home. Ate it for 10+ years, Bai Ee Mian is a must .

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    QQ TravelColor

    Fish is sweet and really fresh. Uncle at the stall is friendly and recommended to go with their specially made chilli to go with the noodles.

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    Melvin Seetoh

    (Lady’s fingers were added by my wife) Amazing value and taste for the low low price! Fish is very fresh, and soup is light yet tasty. Please come early (before 1130) if you want to avoid waiting 30 minutes even on a Saturday morning. The Mee sua has a very complementary taste with the soup, and is highly recommended as well!

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    Lawrence Lim

    Fresh fish served every time. Can’t go wrong with this on a nice cool rainy day! It’s relocating soon in Dec.

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    iris lam

    Super spicy until my eyes can’t open. But really flavourful.

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    Bianto Surodjo

    Good soup

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    Jostian Ng

    The fish soup here is overrated. It compares to other fish soups in the area and the fish soup here is more expensive then the others. Not to mention the extremely long queues.

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    christopher toh

    The fish soup is really good… Try it…

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    Adrian Tan

    Great tasting fish soup, boss is friendly

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    Dorothy Tan

    The slice fish soup that I eaten is okay only. The soup is not so tasty but they are generous with the veg.

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    Eric Ng

    Long queue & not worth the wait for a fish soup. No taste fish soup.

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    It's YX

    Fish is fresh, portion given is generous.
    A lot of vegetables inside.

    Lunch time is crowded. Queue abt 20-30mins.

    Fish soup $4.50
    TomYum fish soup $5.00
    TomYum seafood soup $5.50
    Rice + $0.50

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    whatscool -

    I don’t see the appeal in this place, it seems very overhyped to me. There are better fish soup out there. Chilli was surprisingly spicy, soup was decent but definitely not worth waiting 1 hour for! Might be more appealing of an option if it’s raining

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    Joanne Phoon

    Ingredients are fresh n portion justify the $ you spend for a standard bowl. It you wish to add more ingredients just pay as per portion like $2.

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    Koh Wee Liang

    Simply #teochewlicious

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    Ng Elvi

    One of the bestest fish soup that i had tried so far. Really superb nice and the boss is friendly. The servings are generous.

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    Yew Su Chiang

    The tom yum ee noodle with fried fish is nice …

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    Joel Tan

    Best fish soup I have tried. Order extra fried egg for extra fun.

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    Jason Chan

    Friend introduce this place. I love fish without bones. So this place works well for me. I recommend to try the Tom yam. A bit spicy but shiok

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    Jay

    I have had a bad impression of fish soup my entire life but I enjoyed this one and walked the kilometer back to work feeling light (not like I just ate/drank that large bowl of fish soup) and satisfied. I got the fish soup with noodles. The ingredients looked good and tasted good.
    Be warned, the queue is often over 40 minutes long around lunch time.

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    Loo Choon Chwi

    My wife’s and I favourite fish soup stall in Singapore.

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    Alesandra C

    There is always a long queue. Have to wait for at least a good 20 minutes. Very generous with their vegetables, the fish is very fresh. Will not feel thirsty after drinking the soup.

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    Ivy Ong

    Love the fish soup.

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    Hux Siah

    This stall serves really good fish soup. Long queue during lunch, but worth the wait. The soup is rich and tasty and serving size is ample. Must try!

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    Sei Juro

    Tom Yum flavour is nicer. The normal soup base is more to a little bit sweet side. The texture of 鱼片 is great! Recommended to try.

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    Wei Ming Tan

    Excellent fish soup. My second favourite fish soup stall. Try the yee mee as well.

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    Jimmy Thang Huynh

    Notice the queue to see the obvious quality =)) affordable price and high quality tom yam soup

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    Jaclyn Loh

    They have a special spinach noodle mee sua. Can try it out.

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    Thomas Chong

    Disagree. The slice fish is over process therefore has loss the freshness sweet taste which l think is not very healthy.

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    Jin Jun “JJ” Koon

    Good, not too bad. To avoid the crowd of lunch hours on weekdays, be there before 1130am . Lot’s of various dish to choose from as well. …

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    Angela Ho

    My go-to fish soup. Fresh delicious slices. Perfectly cooked. Flavorful soup with just a dash of milk. Yummy.
    I take mine without vegetables but they are very sweet and nice. Loads for those who love it The prawn balls are always an add on. Worth the $1.50 for 2 pieces

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    how Chang

    Very good Tom yam fish soup , avoid lunchtime.

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    bernard goh

    The soup base is nice, fish is fresh.

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    Jonathan Lam

    Best tasting fish soup in Singapore. The soup base coupled with the fried egg makes the wait all worth it. As it’s the star of the surrounding industrial estate the wait can be up to 30 or 40min due to the sheer number of patrons. All worthwhile thou.

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    Kelvin Lim

    One of best fish soup

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    C KH

    Queue of about 10 person long even at 2.30pm, while all other stalls are idling, u r remembers the orders for the regular customers and starts to prepare before you even open your mouth.
    Like other famous fish soup stalls, one can order various add ons like fish roe, fish milt, fish liver, fish maw…
    This is the murky kind of fish soup, not the Teochew clear kind. But also as yummy.

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    Jamie Heng

    Quite a nice fish soup and satisfying portion. The soup base is a little sweet (but tastes more like sugar sweet than seafood sweet) and the fish is fresh. However not worth the long (>30min) standing queue.

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    Hong Hong

    Price is slightly higher compared to other fish soup stall in Singapore

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    May May

    Ate 3 times, very happy with all my visits. Fish is fresh, soup is good. Fish soup is usually not my 1st choice, I don’t like soup loaded with ginger, milk etc, but this stall, the soup is clear & tasty w no ginger taste. Ingredients are generous, chilli is good, but the Q is really too long, hahah. The boss who took the order is systematic, good!!

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    Vicki Koh

    Best in singapore. Need to eat this at least 3 times a week!

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    Jan Chen

    This has become my favourite fish soup stall. Have eaten here 3 times so far and the food is very comforting during rainy days. Always ordered the $6 portion and added deep fried egg ($1) which was a lot. Even on rainy days the queue is always there.

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    Vincent Chew

    Famous fish soup stall. Tom Yum soup is nice. Expect long queues during lunch hour.

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    Alfred

    The soup tastes phenomenal. The fish tastes fresh, not fishy at all. This is by far the best fish soup I have ever eaten. Totally worth queuing.

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    Cindy Tan

    Fish is fresh. Soup is tasty price from 5.5 to 7.50..always long queue

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    ice ragnarok

    The fish seems normal – not sure if it’s batang. Although I like the vegetables and fried egg additions

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    Min Loo

    It was very good but not the best. The soup was the winner flavorful and pure. Fish was very fresh. What caused the one star was the fish was sliced too thin to savor its flavor and texture. It dissolved almost immediately. The owner couples was very nice and friendly. I will come back if within the vicinity and no more that 15min queue.

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    R S

    The soup was very light, almost bland tasting. The sliced fish was very smooth and tender, almost too soft for my liking. Fried fish was standard, the meat was also very tender. Added $1 for the fried egg and the portion was extremely generous. Especially liked that they gave ample veggies unlike other fish soups elsewhere.

    There was already a queue at 1030am and we waited for about 20mins before we got our food.

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    Serena Lee

    My husband favorite fish soup. Always crowded

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    Hoson Ho

    Fish is fresh and soup is tasty without too much msg

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    Ronnie Chua

    Excellent Fresh Sliced Fish with noodles. Prefer the non-fried version. Good friendly couple running the shop

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    Joanna Teo Lay Cheng

    No words can describe, just fantastic delicious.

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    Acesmum Tan

    No more the taste, becoming too commercial

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    Minako Ishibashi

    Finally tried Thai Seng Fish Soup at Ubi, and I think this is now my favourite.
    Fish slices are fresh, generous amount of fish and veggies, perfect amount of milk, and even their fried egg was so nice! Loved their chilli as well – spicy but with nice amount of refreshing sourness.

    We went on Monday around 12pm, but the wait was not too bad. We’ve probably waited for about 30min.

    Probably the only downside of this place is they only accept cash. If they accept digital payment, that would’ve been amazing.

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    Nick Doggett

    Good prata which I had this morning for a snack. Ambience good, set back from the road. Another plus point is that there was a smoking section which is absent in many coffee shops.

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    Gladys Teo

    Go for their fresh sliced fish soup & without milk.

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    Chee Kiong

    Seafood soup at reasonable price, savoury soup base, quality pieces of seafood and chilli sauce that complements the food. Just be prepared to queue as its relentless. Ask to add other add-ons. Shall not say here what they are but it is a must to do so! Anyway the normal bowl is already very filling so don’t over-order!

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    seah kh

    2 stars simply Tom Yam thick bee hoon was too soft and broken into small pieces.

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    John Tay

    Fresh fish soup right in the heart of Ubi! The fish soup uncle is really lively and humorous On average, it’s around $4.50 for each bowl of fish soup. But it’s worth the price because of the taste!

    The lunch time crowd can be really long, so I would recommend to come by 1130am or 130pm instead.

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    Simon Neo

    I’m not a fish person but this fish soup makes me wants to come back for more. Added prawn ball which is a must have as the prawn meat is so tender and every bite can feel the fish roll in it. The soup is so flavourful with lots of vegetables which I like as well as the fry egg which you can add extra for it. I do recommend this place and queuing time can be 30mins to an hour or more, take note.

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    JACK TEE

    Good fish soup- must try

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    Keng Yeo

    The seafood soup is tasty and flavourful ( to my taste) with bits of vegetables, fried egg drip and bean curd. The fish slices are firm and the prawn ‘balls’ are bouncy and tasty . Enjoyed the soup!

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    Wen Hui Siau

    Queue is very long even when I came earlier around 11:30. Fish soup is very fragrant but if you have to queue for 1 hour then maybe not really worth the effort…come at off peak timing instead

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    Brian He

    Very good bowl of fish soup with abundant ingredients. The soup stock was of quality. Queue starts forming even before the opening time and be prepared to wait. But the wait was worth it.

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    Tatiana Mckenzie

    First time trying the Tom Yam sliced fish soup with cabbage and rice and I added squid (Sotong). The tom yam has a nice balance of spicy and sour and the side dish chillie. But be prepared to queue …

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    Evelyn B

    One of the best fish soup I’ve had! This stall always got queue, but it’s worth it. Price is considered cheap for the taste, portion, the amount of sliced fish and veggies you get. My favorite is sliced fish meesua without milk, then put in both the orange color chili and sliced chili padies with soy sauce. Highly recommended!

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    Howard Lim

    Went there to eat the Tai Seng turtle soup. Awesome …

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    Zhun Song Chuah

    Green rubber band found in my soup. Almost ate it.

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    Wallace Goh

    Delightful fish soup stall nestled in a small coffee shop amidst a bustling industrial estate.

    The unfried fish slices certainly made a statement about the food quality here. They were super fresh and the texture is truly amazing! Soft and bouncy, yet they don’t crumble into flakes like the overcooked versions you’d typically get at many fish soup stalls out there. I’ve always been a fan of fried fish slices, but having tasted this, I’m now a convert!

    The broth was thick and murky, but I’d imagined it to be a lot more flavourful, from the way it looks. I mean, the broth tasted fine at best, but not impressive. If equal emphasis were to be placed on both the quality of the fish slices and the broth, this would have been a perfect bowl of fish soup.

    Thai Seng Fish Soup is also one of the few fish soup stalls that sells fish roe and fish intestines. And when I asked the chatty boss why people like to eat those, he said in half-jest: “You’d eat the fish roe for the Omega 3 and cholesterol, and the fish intestines for just the cholesterol!”

    Oh, and I love that special orange chilli sauce too! Never tasted anything quite like that. I’m guessing that it must be some kinda private concoction.

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    Cheryl Soh

    Uncle very friendly, delicious fish soup! Fish slices was tender and moist, fresh and flavourful.

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    Ivy Tan

    Very tasty fish noodle soup. Portions are generous (picture shows their mid-size portion at $6/bowl). Add their “zhar tan”(fried egg) into their soup – great combination. Their chilli is spicy and complements their soup well. The stall is clean and organised. I was particularly impressed with the way they organised their cutlery – they had a proper dispenser and everything was clean and tidy. All in, a good and hearty meal for a good price. Highly recommended!

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    JJ Tan

    My favourite go to place for slices fish soup.
    They have maintained the standards for their sliced fish, soup and chilli all these years.
    A pity they have replaced the vegetables with cabbage and reduced the portion of the sliced fish.

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    JW J

    Best tomyam fish soup

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    J Chua

    Fresh. Friendly owners. But the queue is way too long !

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    Shumin G

    IMO, best fish soup. Tom yam slice fish is my go-to, all time fav. If you’re a chilli lover, you’ll love their chilli as well.

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    Tee Jonathan

    Our all time favourite place for lunch! Uncle Henry is always friendly and entertaining! Fish slices are always fresh and good Chili dip!

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    Musho Pea

    Super eggy smooth tender fish soup! But queue on Sat lunch is 45min..

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    H

    Fish slices are fresh.
    Soup taste average, relatively bland, lack of umami.

    Was skeptical about the reviews saying saying its over rated but it cannot be further from the truth after trying it.

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    Y Y

    Very nice Tom yum fish soup! Love it when it not really that spicy and not v sour and most of all it thick!!! Reasonable price. Long queues even on saturday!! They have another outlet at taman jurong level 3 if I’m not wrong and it’s manage by their relative. Queue at least half an hour and the food definitely worth it! Thumbs up!!

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    Zhi Min Kayla Chua

    Best fish soup in Ubi

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    Manoj kumar

    Good food very tasty and nice

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    Rachel Kuok

    Usually have a quick lunch here when I am in the area. the soup base is clear and tasty

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    Nadhir Othman

    Love the fish soup. Uncle and auntie is very friendly. Highly recommend their fish soup.

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    Bao Tri Nguyen (Tri)

    I have been a regular for the past 5 years. If you intend to visit this for the first time, order “mixed fish add fried egg”, I always have this. After that, you can experiment with other stuffs: some prefer only fried fish with egg noodle, some like ordering tomyum.

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    Melvin Tay

    All time favourite Fish Soup in Singapore. Perfect for rainy and sunny days

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    Valerie Tan

    The only fish soup place in Singapore I will eat white fish/non fried fish! Other so called famous fish soup I’ve tried their fish taste fishy with only a few miserable pieces. Over here, a large bowl of fish soup you get around 10 slices of springy fish with loads of vegetables! Thai Seng fish soup is the best fish soup in Singapore where I will travel 1.5 hours just to eat it!

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    Fion Lee

    Worth the 20 mins wait! Thiccc fresh fish slices and generous portion of mee sua

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    michael fun

    The fish,the soup,even the chilli is nice!

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    Josephine Tan

    Been there couple of times, Batang fish is always fresh and tasty.
    Soup wise is ok for me, could have been better.
    Their original tom yum soup is super spicy and so far I can only manage less spicy which is acceptable.

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    WKM

    1 time trying despite in my list for long time already.
    The way the uncle communicated with those queuing in front of me, many were regular.

    I have said the broth is very yummy.

    Added fish roe (+$1.50) to the ee mian. At first, i find the roe were little, but realised they also added chicken egg to it too. So i think $1.50 ok la hor.

    The broth for Slice fish mee sua and fried fish ee mian tasted slight different and i like ee mian one more. However, i prefer the sliced fish over fried. Hahaa contradicting

    Will probably order sliced fish ee mian next time.

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    Alicia Lee

    Overated. But the soup is very light even with milk. Chilli is extremely spicy! But it goes well with fried fish! Arrived at 1255 and got my food at about 2. Be prepared for the long wait. Won’t queue again for this. There are better fish soup avail elsewhere

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    SG Food Travel

    Not impressed by the small portion of $6.50. chili becomes the highlight.

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    Chiwa C

    One of the best fish soups I have. The fish is fresh n smooth. Soup taste great. Chilli sauce and their soy sauce with chopped chillies give u the extra kick. Awesome but long queues during lunch hours.

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    BC LEE

    Nice fish soup.

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