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Hot Spot Cafe Restaurant

Located in Burlington Square on Bencoolen Street and it is just opposite Sim Lim Square. Hot Spot Cafe Restaurant serves Chinese Food. During lunch time it can be crowded and the Fish Soup with long queue.

The double fish soup came with fried egg, tofu, vegetables, tomato, seaweed and of course fresh fried fish and sliced fish together with the milky broth was tasty and sweet.

For the Tomyum Fish soup the tomyum was delicious as well and it was spicy and more towards the sour side.

Overall it was value for money price at $5 and if you want to add the fried egg there will be an additonal cost of $1

Nearest Mrt Station: Rochor

#01-34, Burlington Square
175 Bencoolen Street, 189649

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