They used to be at Blanco Court, hence the name “Blanco Court Kim Kee Fried Fish Soup”. I’ve never tried the one at Blanco Court but given the long queue at this stall during lunch time on weekdays, I guess they’ve managed to upkeep the standard.
Before you dismiss this stall as another fish soup, I believe that they are the first (or only!) fish soup stall that includes fried egg in each bowl of fish soup. Although to me, this makes my soup very oily, the fresh fish and the fried egg make an interesting mix to the usual ho-hum fish soup. Each bowl costs S$4.
They also offer fish head soup but I’m not a fish person, so fish slices are fine for me. 😀