Sunday, 27 November 2011

Rare kind of soup in Singapore

Probably I am not observant enough but it seems that the number of stalls that continues to make the following kind of soup is getting lesser and lesser. On top of the fact of it becoming lesser, the number of stalls that serve that delicious bowl of soup had greatly decrease in numbers. But, eventually I managed to find one of the better ones... Introducing...


Mutton Soup
One nice thing about the Mutton Soup that I had shown in the above, there isn't a strong pepperish taste in the soup. On top of that, the taste of the Mutton Soup is as strong as the 'Bak Kut Teh(肉骨茶)' that was served by 'Leong Kee (Klang) Bak Kut Teh(梁记(巴生)肉骨茶)', which was introduced in this blog a few weeks back. Trust me these were delicacies that one should only be eating once in a while. (I don't think you want to get Nose Bleeding every now and then right. :P) Besides for the taste, there isn't a lot of bones in a bowl of Mutton Soup which ties in with the concept of a bowl of soup very well. :D


The above would be a photo of the menu of the place.
Doesn't it look interesting? You can actually order a bowl of Mutton Soup that contains the Tripe(羊肚) or Tendon(羊脚筋) or even the Brain(羊脑) of a Lamb. Whahahahaha~~~~

So what is the stall behind this delicacy?

This would be the store behind the above delicacy.
The name of the stall would be 'Hougang Jing Jia Mutton Soup'.
It's located at Changi Village.

* Click here for some other delicacies that can be found at Changi Village.
^ Click here for more information on the 'Bak Kut Teh(肉骨茶)' stall that I had mentioned
  in this post.

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