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Bao Gong XO Fish Head Bee Hoon XO

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Located on Clementi West Street 2, Bao Gong XO Fish Head Bee Hoon XO serves Chinese Food.

11.30am - 2.00pm5pm - 11pm

+65 67789301
$8 based on 10 submissions
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Tasty Fish Noodles

The soup was really good, hearty and robust in flavour and the XO flavour was distinct. However, it is quite oily.

Takeaways require an additional 2 SGD as you have to get a special container where you get the noodles and soup at the bottom and the condiments above. A nice thought but the surcharge might seemed a little expensive for some.

As compensation, they stall would refund the 2SGD when you return the container to them.

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24 May 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

standard drop

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een eating their fish soup alot of time, but the last time i visit at the beginning of year 2014, huge disappointment. everything standard drop, worst thing i bringing fren to eat cos i tell them it nice. fish soup drop and fish got stink taste, prawnpaste chix was terrible. i did not patrol anymore after this visit. maybe anyone can update is there any improvement?
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• 18 Sep 2011 • 130 reviews • 8 followers

Tasty Fish Noodles

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The soup was really good, hearty and robust in flavour and the XO flavour was distinct. However, it is quite oily.

Takeaways require an additional 2 SGD as you have to get a special container where you get the noodles and soup at the bottom and the condiments above. A nice thought but the surcharge might seemed a little expensive for some.

As compensation, they stall would refund the 2SGD when you return the container to them.

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• 25 Jun 2010 • 90 reviews • 6 followers

not a XOXO affair

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I love fish soup because it's tasty enough, filling and healthy.

XO Fish Slice Soup ($7)

My order came with a generous portion of thick, flaky fish chunks, which were fried before being boiled with the soup. This hearty soup came with a strong dose of XO, which was free of bitterness. Non-fans of the brandy might wish to pick the normal version which is priced at $5.

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