Review: Lan Tian Ban Mian Fish Soup (Singapore)

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Geylang Bahru Food Centre Singapore

Lan Tian Ban Mian Fish Soup

serves various styles of fish rice, ban main and fish soup. Their rice dishes are popular.


Thai Style Fish Rice

The thai style fish rice set comes with fried fish nuggets and a fried egg, served with rice and a bowl of soup.

The fried fish nuggets has a slight savoury taste. It is crispy with sweet thai chilli sauce added. The fried egg has crispy whites and a watery yolk. The rice is a bit soft though, and the soup has rather nice flavourings.

This serving of thai style fish rice is quite decent.

Ban Mian

This ban mian is served in a bowl of nice flavourful soup. It comes with minced pork bits, a raw egg and vegetables, topped with ikan bilis, fried shallots and chopped spring onions.

The ban mian is firm and springy. The minced pork is soft and meaty. The ikan bilis is crispy and savoury, and the egg is soft.

This bowl of ban mian is quite likeable.

Double Fish Soup

The double fish soup comes with both sliced fish and fried fish nuggets served in a bowl of nicely flavoured fish soup containing vegetables, seaweed and tomato. An optional thick mee hoon is added to this.

The sliced fish is decently smooth and fairy fresh. The savoury fried fish nuggets is still slightly crispy even though it is soaked in the soup.

This double fish soup is rather decent as well.


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Lan Tian Ban Mian Fish Soup


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