Sunday, January 4, 2009

You Yi Sliced Fish Mee Suah

While Singaporeans generally like sliced fish bee hoon, I prefer sliced fish mee suah (fine vermicelli) because I feel that the soft consistency and rice flavour of mee suah goes very well with fish soup.

When I was at Chomp Chomp to try Che Jian fried hokkien mee, I decided to try You Yi sliced fish mee suah too. Reasonably priced at $3, the fish mee suah comes with a satisfactory portion of mee suah topped with generous servings of sliced fish.

The delicious fish soup is sufficiently clear and flavorful with no excessive tinge of fishiness. The sliced fish is fresh and tasty and complements the mee suah very well.

If you are a frequent patron of Chomp Chomp, don't just try the BBQ seafood and chicken wings. Do try You Yi fish soup too.


You Yi Sliced Fish Mee Suah
Chomp Chomp Food Centre
20 Kensington Park Road

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