If you are fan of sliced fish soup, Milkfish is one convenient establishment to enjoy milky sliced fish meat soup, offering with a price point which does not break the bank. Let’s check them Milkfish Millennia walk with a dine-in today.
Nestled on the ground floor in the heart of Singapore’s Millennia Walk, Milkfish offers an inviting dining experience for those who crave the comfort of milky sliced fish meat soup. This establishment boasts an attractive price point, making it an accessible option that won’t put a strain on your wallet.
Furthermore, I found the selling point of Milkfish are their trademarked Chunky fish meat. In essence, the core of Milkfish’s menu revolves around their Signature fish soup set. Priced around $20 per person, this is an affordable option, especially considering its location in the city. The restaurant provides ample tabled seating with attentive and amicable staff. Ordering is streamlined, as you select your dish using a QR code menu and complete the transaction at the counter when you’re done.
Try their Signature Soup
Moreover, a highlight of the Milkfish experience is undoubtedly their Signature Soup ($14.80). This dish takes center stage and serves as the basic entry dish into their world of signature fish and soup offerings. Also, the Signature Soup consists of Milkfish soup accompanied by sliced snapper fish, whole prawns, minced pork patty, clams, vegetables, and tofu. Also, you do have the option to pair your soup with sides of rice or noodles to make it a more filling and hearty meal.
Additionally, what truly stands out is the tenderness and juiciness of the fish slices, which retain their firmness even in the hot soup. Also, the texture strikes a perfect balance, maintaining integrity without dissolving into the broth.
The soup is thick and creamy, and can get rather addictive. Interestingly, the creamy soup has a thickness and consistency to the collagen soups we previously had at other restaurants, such as Tsukada Nojo “Nabe” soup and the offerings from beauty in the pot hotpot restaurant.
Also, if you cannot get enough of their creamy milky fish soup, you can order an additional bowl of their signature soup priced at $3 per bowl. Strangely, the bowl only comes with plain soup, and it be better too if the $3 soup came with additional slices of fish meat. Do note that the soups does contain traces of cooking wine. Hence do remember to indicate on the tablet comments to exclude that if alcohol in your soup is not your fancy.
Set meals to complete your meal
Milkfish offers the opportunity to elevate your single dish by upgrading the Signature Soup to a set menu. Here, the Prawns Milkfish Signature Soup ($19.30) includes the same components as the basic Signature Soup but comes with additional sides of marinated chilled tomato & oriental salad and a choice of hot or cold green tea or their distinctive tomato plum soda drink.
Moreover, for those willing to indulge, the Premium Soup Set ($33.80) is a pricey option. But takes extravagance to another level. It is a premium dish loaded with an assortment of seafood, this set features milkfish signature soup accompanied by half a lobster, a whole abalone, scallop, sliced snapper fish, whole prawn, minced pork patty, clams, vegetables, and tofu.
Also, like the previous set menus, this one also comes with a choice of rice or noodles and sides. You can’t wrong with either rice or noodles as they are both goes equally well with the soupy dish.
Not just soupy sliced fish
Moreover, Milkfish menu offerings isn’t solely about its signature soupy sliced fish. Their Grilled Fish Set ($25.80) adds a twist with a choice between grilled milkfish belly or grilled salmon fillet. The generously portioned fish fillet serves as the main course, accompanied by a side serving of their Milkfish soup.
Also, while the grilled fish offers a slightly chewy texture, be mindful of small bones that might be present. Additionally, Milkfish features a Korean-inspired offering in the form of Kimchi Soup. Available à la carte ($14.80) or as part of a Kimchi Soup Set at $5 extra ($19.30). Also, this dish is served with sliced snapper fish, whole prawns, minced pork patty, clams, kimchi, and tofu. The set includes the same accompaniments as the other sets, providing a balanced dining experience.
In conclusion, a visit to Milkfish at Millennia Walk promises a culinary journey that centers on their exquisite signature soup. Highlights will be of course their trademarks tender and juicy sliced fish, this dish the essence of what Milkfish has to offer. The establishment’s focus on quality ingredients and a range of set menus caters to a variety of preferences, making it a delightful destination for food enthusiasts seeking a wholesome and satisfying meal.
All in all, whether you’re a fan of fish-based soups, or Korean-inspired fare, Milkfish seemingly manages to cater to diverse tastes without compromising on quality. The setting, price point, and overall experience make it a worthwhile stop for both locals and visitors looking to indulge in a comforting and flavorful dining experience. Definitely one to try if you find yourself in Millennia Walk or around the Marina Bay neighborhood.
Must Go! | Actually pretty Good | Worth Trying | Shortlist Optionally | Should Avoid
Milkfish Makan Place Locality Map
Millenia Walk 9 Raffles Boulevard,
Opening Hours: 11 am- 9:30 pm daily