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T.G. Fish porridge and Fish soup 潮源鱼粥
Next to the famous Boon Hiang Fish Ball Tang Hoon ( Mee Pok ) stall, it was the T.G. fish soup that has also been around for many years in the same food centre. Fish soup is considered a healthier food that rich in Omega and essential for the body. This is always one of our favorite foods with the exception of my chubby boy, he is the only hardliner with strong prejudice towards eating fish, he has little tolerance for the fishy smell regardless how tasty the food was prepared. Neither the food or anyone of us can change his opinion about fish, when come to review of food with fish as part of the ingredients, we have to firmly reject any of his comment knowing nothing positive coming from him.
The essence of a good fish soup relies heavily on the “soup”, besides of the soup, equally important was the freshness of the fish slice, TG fish soup met the criteria on the soup with a medley of sweet and fragrant taste. We slurped up the whole bowl of the soup without leaving a drop behind.
The fish was fresh and cooked to the right texture, the fish was thinly sliced but unfortunately the fish skin was not removed, we don’t like the fish skin left intact as it affects the taste of the fish making the fish fishy, excessive fish skin could also alter the taste of the soup that ruin the flavoursome of the soup. Luckily, may be the fish skin was not excessive, overall the fish and the soup were not so much affected, however, we have to manually removed it from the fish slices, something could be frustrating sometime.
Overall, we are pleased with standard of the TG Fish soup, however, looking at the same old couple running the stall for years, we are worried will there be any successor to continue serving the same good fish soup and allow the legacy to pass on?
T.G. Fish porridge and Fish soup
Haig Road Market & Cooked Food Centre
Address: Blk 14 Haig Road, #01-50 Singapore 430014
Operating Hours: NA