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12 Murray Street
#01-77 Maxwell Road Food Centre
Singapore
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  1. Leonard
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     04 Apr 2008 at 1:50 pm
       Jin Hua Fried Fish Soup - Eating Places

    Jin Hua Fish-head Bee Hoon at Maxwell Road Food Center, well what I can said is that this is one of the best fish-head been hoon that I've tasted.

    Of course I would not order fish head as most of the time I'll be ordering the fried fish meat bee hoon lor, it's more worth the price. Why would I consider it one of the best?

    Because of the soup, the soup is thick and the proportion of the milk added into the soup is just nice, the fish is good as it would be soaked by the soup to an extreme level that it's so soft, everything tasted so well and that explains why there's a queue whenever you're there.

    In addition, it's always like a local "celebrity" cooking the food for you, just be observant as the boss who's cooking resemble MediaCorp actor Rayson Tan, husband of Chen Liping!

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    1. Polarbear
      Polarbear said:
      I totally agree with you on the last point. Wahahahah.
      04 Apr 2008 at 4:09 pm
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  2. smudger
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     21 Mar 2008 at 12:18 am
       Jin Hua Fried Fish Soup - Eating Places

    I got to know of this stall when I was working in this vicinity. You will always see a queue forming in front of their stall even outside lunch timing. They will sell all their ingredients before they close the shop, which is around 8pm. It is that good, here's why!

    Jin Hua is famous for their fish soup, fish bee hoon and fish head. I haven't had a chance to try my hands on the fish head as it is always sold out, plus I don't really know how to eat a fish head. Ooops...

    The fish meats that they use are very tender and fresh. I prefer to eat the fried fish version, not to mention the fish meat version taste great too. You can choose the soup base to be clear or with milk. I would strongly recommend it to be cooked with milk, more tasty I would say. One key ingredient that complements the milk would be the ginger. I don't know how to explain in detail but the ginger spiciness seems to make the milk taste better with the soup.

    This is one of the best stalls around Maxwell and if you have the patience, do get up and queue for a teeny bit for this lovely dish (:

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    1. Bobo
      Bobo said:
      mmm Yummy I love fish soup!
      21 Mar 2008 at 7:56 am
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