Friday, 29 June 2012

Chinese Mutton Soup

It's getting hot these few days. By pushing my tolerance for a humid weather even much further, I decided to go for a bowl of 'Mutton Soup' for lunch...

'Mutton Soup'
I'm getting this from a Chinese stall in a hawker centre.

Let's take a closer look at the 'Mutton Soup'.
There's mutton balls, mutton belly and mutton meat.

In fact, this is my first encounter in getting mutton belly
in a bowl of soup. The texture and the taste is far more
superior than pork belly that I'm getting in the pig organ soup.

Taste wise, unlike any other mutton soup than you are getting
from a muslim stall, the taste of the soup isn't too spicy. And
the chewy mutton balls and mutton belly have already given me
enough reasons to visit the same stall again. However, that
isn't everything. The taste of the deliciously thick mutton soup
and the generous portion of ingredients that tastes fantastically
wonderful, have capture my heart and soul completely.
(Seriously, if it's open everyday, I don't mind visiting the
same stall over and over again.)

So what other delicacy are they selling?

Here's the menu of the stall.
Basically, they are selling mutton soup only. One of the good
points about this stall would be the flexibility of customising
the mutton soup with the ingredients that you want.
(Though you can customised it, but it's more of selecting the
mutton parts that you would like to add into the 'Mutton Soup'.)

And where can you get this delicacy?

The name of this stall would be "Chai Chuan Tou Yang Rou Tang"(柴船头羊肉汤).
It's located in 'Bukit Merah View Market and Food Centre'.
  • Operating Hours: 11am - 2:30pm daily (Closed on Sunday and Saturday)
  • Be there early. They might ran out of rice or mutton ingredients by 2pm in the afternoon.

* Click here for the location of 'Bukit Merah View Market and Food Centre' on
  Google Maps.
^ Click here for some other delicacies that can be found in 'Bukit Merah View Market and
  Food Centre'.

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