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Luk Lu Eating House
341 Beach Road
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Open 10am to 7.30pm (closed Sundays)

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    » 1 Review for “Blanco Court Sliced Fish Bee Hoon (Beach Road) ” - Eating Places

  1. kormmandos
     17 Jan 2008 at 11:38 pm

    Blanco Court Sliced Fish Bee Hoon has got to be one of the best Fish Bee Hoon in Singapore. Even under the scorching afternoon sun, you can see a queue of patrons waiting patiently for their bowl of soupy goodness.

    For me, I would finish the every bit of the soup, fish and bee hoon without fail simpply because it is so satisfying.

    Personally the fish bee hoon here is excellent due to the following reasons:

    Very good soup base The broth is cooked with plenty of deep fried fish bones, yellow beans, ikan bilis and perhaps also pork bones. For those who know cooking, these ingredients are the essential items for good soups. Usually the soup is mixed with condensed milk to add extra sweetness and to create a cloudy soup, but to test the mantle, you can opt the milk out of the soup to taste the lighter and original flavour.

    Fresh Fish Most know that the freshness of fish can easily be tasted, especially when boiled or steamed. Safe to say, this stall serves their fish bee hoon with the freshest fish available, even for their fried fish. Speaking of which their fish is fried to perfection, sealing in the natural juices until you sink your teeth into a piece.

    Fish Head The pieces of fish head here are deep fried until the bones can be easily chewed up to release the full flavour that is sealed within. People who shun fish head don't know what they are missing. But then again, this is pretty much for "purists" who can appreciate the fish head.

    Sliced Bitter Gourd or Seasonal Vegetable The default is seasonal vegetables for your fish bee hoon. However, you can ask for sliced bitter gourd instead. Somehow, bitter gourd and fish make a mean combination. Bitter gourd is also good to have especially under the scorching sun.

    The Deep Fried Egg This is probably unique to Blanco Court Sliced Fish Bee Hoon. Eggs are poured into hot oil to be deep fried and hauled out. A generous amount is then served in the soupy dish, to add to the flavour.

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    Comments on this review:
    1. feizhu
      feizhu said:
      The eggs are not unique. They appear in teochew fish soups. And the last time I ate at Blanco, the fish wasn't fresh at all. Overly salted. :S
      18 Jan 2008 at 4:43 am
    2. kormmandos
      kormmandos said:
      Which one did you go to? The branch in China Square isn't as good as the one at Beach road.
      18 Jan 2008 at 10:24 am
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