5. Piao Ji Fish Porridge
Unlike other fish stalls, Piao Ji Fish Porridge uses pomfret instead of the usual batang fish in their sliced fish soup. Pomfret has a smoother texture and has sweeter flesh than batang fish, which is also why the price here is higher.
You can also choose to add prawns to your soup, which amps up the umami in the broth.
As if the soup does not have enough flavour, the chef also adds bits of crispy lard to the soup.
Piao Ji is the stall to visit if you’re looking for a seriously indulgent bowl of sliced fish soup. Do come prepared to queue though.
Piao Ji Fish Porridge
Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #02-100/103 Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore, 069111
Opening Hours: Fri – Wed: 10.30am – 3pm, Thu: Closed