Sunday, November 2, 2008

Fried Fish Bee Hoon Soup



Tried this fried fish bee hoon soup at Yuhua Village Market & Food Centre...It's yummy and the serving is big.


If you have not tried this type of fried fish bee hoon soup before, not sure whether you have noticed from the above photo that the soup looks milky? Yes, some condensed milk was actually added when cooking the soup. This actually helps to thicken and enrich the taste of the fish soup. Don't worry, it does not taste "milky" at all. However, my chef who does not take lactose, chose the "original" version (no condensed milk added) of the fried fish bee hoon soup. If you have tried both versions of fried fish bee hoon soups, do you prefer the "original" or the "milky" version? I prefer the latter. ;)


A huge bowl:


You see, i have finished every bit of the fried fish bee hoon soup! ... and *burp...burp...* ;p


Ron Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon
Blk 254 Jurong East St. 24 #01-44



19 comments:

napaboaniya said...

Looks yummy! But too far from where I stay :(

p/s: The sepia picture was taken at Dongdaemun,Seoul Korea.
Normally my interpretations for each photo is on the 1st comment :)

Happy Sunday!! :)

Dora said...

Maybe ur side also got nice fried fish bee hoon soup? :)

p/s: oops...forgot to look at the 1st comment. ;p

Little Inbox said...

Hmm...I like both type, provided if the soup base is sweet and flavorful enough. :)

tigerfish said...

Also too far from where I stay...hee heee...

I like both versions...depending on mood for the day :)

bluedreamer27 said...

hello hehe oh looks so yummy
have a great day

Food For Tots said...

Did they actually fry the mee hoon? I had tried something similar called Fish Head Noodle Soup in KL. R they the same? I dun mind either one as long as the soup base is tasty.

Ibyang Sanchez said...

looks yummy!

have a great week!

ibyang :)
http://awifescharmedlife.blogspot.com

Dora said...

little inbox: oic. i agree too.

tigerfish: So what's today mood? "original" or "milky"? ;p

bluedreamer & ibyang sanchez: It tastes esp good during hot weather when u're looking for a "soupy" meal. Have a nice day.

food for tots: No, they don't. We have fish head bee hoon soup in SG too. Should be the same except that one has more meat and the other has more bones? ;p

FickleMinded said...

darn! I knew i should come here earlier,now it's all gone!!!

Indrani said...

It is all over?
Grrr...!

:) Have a great week ahead!

Juliana RW said...

yummy ;)

My WS entry this week : in HERE and HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks

Shinade said...

Oh my Willa we have both missed out!!

Thanks for dropping by my site Dora!! This looks like it was yummy:-)))

http://shinade.blogspot.com/2008/11/weekend-snapshot-5-bgs-catch.html

I hope you have a great week:-)))

ARCHITECT said...

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Melissa said...

I love soup and this one sure looks yummy...

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http://abay-melissa.blogspot.com/

Dora said...

fickeminded, indrani & shinade: Ha ha! Next time, i will let u know earlier and u can come by to have at least a sip. ;p

juliana rw & melissa: Yes, it is. :)

architect: I like fish soups. :)

Carver said...

That sounds good. I usually like milky soups but it depends on the soup.

Jeanne said...

hmmm looks delicious

mom2bradley said...

I guess it's really good since you finished everything, lol

Dora said...

carver: Yup, i agree. ;)
jeanne & mom2bradley: Yes, u're right!