26 Nov '17, 11pm
Lu Jia Fish Soup – Unique Fish Soup with Fried Fish Skin & Beancurd Sticks https://t.co/LQw7DYYW4H
Many of us associate fish soup with ‘old people food’ or ‘food for the sick’ because it is so healthy and, sometimes, bland. Everything in the bowl is either boiled or steamed, and there’s nothing fried (unless you order the fried fish version). We stumbled upon Lu Jia Fish Soup in Yishun Industrial Estate. Yes, you can get your healthy version of fish soup here, but why not add their homemade fried fish skin and beancurd sticks for extra flavour? We wouldn’t say no! We had the bitter gourd sliced fish soup ($4) with a bowl of hearty yam rice ($1). It definitely isn’t common to find yam rice sold together with fish soup, much less having the yam rice done well. We think its because of the extra effort that Uncle Sam, the stall owner, puts into the preparation of the yam. Instead of just adding it into the rice to boil, he fries the yam cubes first, so it has a charred and ...