Something light and clean-tasting: Top 5 sliced fish soup

First Street Teochew Fish Soup (left) and Blanco Court Fried Fish Noodles.
First Street Teochew Fish Soup (left) and Blanco Court Fried Fish Noodles.ST PHOTOS: WONG AH YOKE

SINGAPORE - Trying to eat healthily in a hawker centre can be rather challenging as most of the food I like happens to be greasy and fattening. Fortunately there is sliced fish soup, which is delicious too when done well.

To be honest, I prefer the fried fish version of the dish because of my weakness for deep-fried food, but on days when I need something light and clean-tasting after bouts of feasting, I ask for sliced fish instead.

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