Review: Wei Zhen Ban Mian Fish Soup (Singapore)

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Wei Zhen Ban Mian Fish Soup

serves various kinds of ban mian, fish soup, fried fish rice, dumplings, etc. Tastes decent.

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Mee Hoon Kueh

A choice of mee hoon kueh, ban mian and you mian is available. Mee hoon kueh is chosen here. This bowl of mee hoon kueh comes with some minced meatballs, vegetables, a raw egg and topped with some ikan bilis and fried shallots.

The minced meatball is soft with nice seasoning flavours. The soup soaked ikan bilis is still slightly crispy. The mee hoon kueh itself is firm and quite springy, and the soup is flavourful.

This bowl of mee hoon kueh is rather nice.

Double Fish Soup

This double fish soup comes with both sliced fish and fried fish nuggets, and ban mian is chosen here.

The sliced fish is decently smooth and soft with light savoury tastes. The fried fish nuggets fairly crispy and has decent flavours too. Personally I like the sliced fish a little more. As for the ban mian, it is springy.

The double fish soup comes with some vegetables and ginger slices, and topped with some fried shallots and crispy ikan bilis. Its soup is nicely flavoured with a tint of ginger flavours.

This double fish soup is quite a decent one.

Fuzhou Fishball Noodles

Fuzhou fishball noodles is also served here. Seen above is with you mian. Comes with some vegetables and topped with ikan bilis and fried shallots.

The fuzhou fishball is firm and springy with a juicy meat filling. It has a nice savoury flavour with a hint of rice wine used in its seasoning. The fishball meat filling is so juicy that it literally squirts when bitten into. I like this. Thumbs up!

Fried Fish Rice

Fried fish rice is also available with a selection of sauce. Seen above is their fried fish rice with black pepper sauce. It comes served with a leafy lettuce and a fried egg.

The fried fish nugget has a crispy fried batter with soft fish meat inside. The black pepper sauce has a nice peppery flavour. The fried egg has a watery egg yolk and soft whites.

This plate of fried fish rice is decent too.

Guo Tie

This guo tie has crispy undersides with soft steamed skin on top. Its meat and vegetables filling is moist and rather flavourful. This guo tie is quite likeable.


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