Friday, December 14, 2007

Soup Restaurant @ Paragon

On Wednesday, colleague had some business to settle in town quickly, so we followed his car to Orchard Rd for lunch. He got his stuff done very quickly and we settled for lunch.

We were deciding what to eat, and when someone suggested white chicken, we ended up here. :-)

If you love soft peanuts, the ones here are irresistible to us.



Usually, when you come here, many people either have the Ah Kong or Ah Ma "Fan Su Ye".
We took the spicy one which is Ah Kong Fan Su Ye. This is a very popular dish here.



We also had the boiled soup of the day. It happened to be corn and pork soup. Lovely.



Aha! Why we were here for. The Samsui Ginger Chicken. We had 4 persons and we had the large one! Yes, we wallop it all. We were told it had 40 pieces. That's something new to us.



We thought we wanted more veg, so we had the Yao Mak Chye with Black Bean.



This is called Eleven Tong Poh Pork.
It's quite yummy you know! Lard lovers indulge! It is actually one whole piece of meat and they manage to cut it up and raised the middle. How did they do it?



We were very satisfied.



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5 comments:

alex said...

I remember Soup Restaurant. It is great. Looks like they are still maintaining their standards. GOOD...

Alex
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momo said...

this is the only place that i will eat the ginger mix that goes with the chicken hahahaa.

tigerfish said...

I am not satisfied coz can see cannot eat ler! I like the pork style...unique :P

MamaBoK said...

I sure miss soup restaurant.. :)

Keropok Man said...

alex,
i think they got listed, so must maintain standard. though diff branches have some variations :-)

momo,
i like the salty ginger thingy. i know it's unhealthy to eat it like that, but its nice!

tigerfish,
ask you ah, you know how to prepare the pork in that style? you are queen of creativity, try and email me ok? i curious to know.

MamaBok,
It has been a while since I been there too. Come back lah....

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