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This Stall At Golden Mile Serves A Must-Try Secret Off-The-Menu Seafood Maggie Mee!

Craving for a comforting bowl of soup? Golden Mile Fish Porridge and Seafood Soup is just the place to check out. Tucked away at Golden Mile Food Centre, this stall serves up a secret off-the-menu seafood maggie mee that is a definite must-try. What makes it so good and why is it off the menu? Read more to find out!

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Hidden Gem At Golden Mile Food Centre

Photo: Singapore Foodie
Image: Singapore Foodie

The stall has been in business since 1975 and continues to serve up delicious fish and seafood soups to customers to this day. The current owner Ms Alice Chew is a second-generation hawker and has been using the same recipe that has been passed down to her.

She starts preparing the dishes as early as 7.30am, with the broth taking at least two hours to boil. With every sip, you can definitely taste the amount of preparation that went into making this delicious broth.

Delicious Off-The-Menu Seafood Maggie Mee

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The Seafood Maggie Mee ($5) is currently an off-the-menu item, and you will have to request it from the owner as you won’t find it on the menu. How this dish came about is that the seafood soup is typically served with ee mian. However, when she changed the brand of ee mian used, it didn’t taste as nice as before with the seafood soup. Therefore, she decided to try it with maggie mee in order not to compromise the quality of the dish.

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The seafood broth is simply amazing. It’s robust, with the clam taste being prominent, yet not overpowering the other flavours. Each sip is simply an explosion of umami. The maggie is springy and soaks up all that seafood goodness from the broth. Additionally, the prawns are already peeled, perfect for those who are too lazy to peel them, and you also won’t have to get your hands dirty. The prawn is sweet and fresh, as well as the fish and clams.

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The chilli served here is really something special. It’s thicker than the usual chilli you would normally get with fish soup and a lot spicier. It leads you to a false sense of security at first as the spice only kicks in after a while. Not only that, but the spice also continues to linger in your mouth. Pairing well with the ingredients,  you can even add it to your soup for added flavour and heat. Simply delicious and a definite must-try!

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Try Golden Mile Fish Porridge And Seafood Soup Today!

Other than their seafood soup, the stall also serves a delicious fish soup that you must try with their fried fish. These comforting dishes are a perfect meal for any time of the day so hurry down and try them now!

Address: 505 Beach Road, Golden Mile Hawker Centre, B1-40, Singapore S190005

Operating Hours: Daily, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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