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Bukit Merah Central FC Fried Fish Soup Stall

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Located at Bukit Merah Central Food Centre, Bukit Merah Central FC Fried Fish Soup Stall serves chinese cuisine.
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All time fave fish soup noodles

Whenever I am around at this central, the first food comes to my mind will be this stall.  I needs to try my luck, for one, it's not always open.  For two, it's always long queue of waiting.

Either way, by the end of finishing this noodles soup, with many sweats, one will always leave a smiling face.  Easy to be contented to have such a delicious meal. 

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All time fave fish soup noodles

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Whenever I am around at this central, the first food comes to my mind will be this stall.  I needs to try my luck, for one, it's not always open.  For two, it's always long queue of waiting.

Either way, by the end of finishing this noodles soup, with many sweats, one will always leave a smiling face.  Easy to be contented to have such a delicious meal. 
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Try it and you would know what I meant.
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