Along the stretch of Still Road in Singapore, there is this food court which was hiding beside the road but they make great fish slices or fish head noodle, whether in soup or dry. I seldom eat fish soup noodle before I come to Singapore as I think it's not that popular in the north. However, there are loads of it in Singapore, just like lots of hor fun stall in Ipoh, char kway teow in Penang or Pan Mee in the Klang Valley.
I don't fancy fish soup noodle that much as I am not a fish lover but fish soup cooked like this place has kinda change a bit of my views.
fried fish slices noodle soup
The soup was their trump card, there are fresh milk inside, ginger added as well as a little bit of white wine which makes it so fragrant, tasty and sweet. There are big chunks of fish slices which makes it allright to pay S$5.50 for a bowl of noodles as by the time you finished the meat, you are kinda full. They used the 'thick vermicelli' as known locally here and in JB which is similar to the 'lai fun'.
That's the stall....
And, I usually had this during rainy days, which makes it even more appetizing! Have a good week, folks!