We ordered both the fried fish bee hoon and fried fish soup. The soup was thick and tasty with the sweetness of anchovies. One sip of the soup and I knew I am won over. The fish was also very fresh. One bite into the fried fish and how the fish meat broken down, we can tell the fish was freshly prepared on the day instead of using frozen fish meat.
What wows me more was the used of spinach and deep fried egg in the fish soup. The generous serving of spinach gave a good balance to the heavy flavouring of the soup. The fried egg was a surprise to me and my first having it for fish soup. It was a mouth drooling meal having different flavours coming together in an excellent bowl of fish soup.
Fried Fish Soup with Bee Hoon 4.8/5
Fried Fish Soup 4.8/5
The stall opens Monday to Saturday from 10am to 730pm, 10am to 4pm on public holidays. It is closed on Sunday.
To get here. The easiest way is to alight at Nicoll Highway MRT station. Follow the overhead walkway and it will bring you directly to Beach Road cutting across The Concourse building.
Alternative, you can alight at Bugis MRT station but the walk is a bit longer but you can do some sightseeing at Arab Street.
Blanco Court Fish Bee Hoon. Fried Fish Soup
Luk Lu Eating House
341 Beach Road
Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway (CC Line), Bugis (EW Line, DT Line)