Raffles City eatery selling hawker-style slow cooked seafood soup with lobster, abalone & scallop

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There’s a new place in town where you can get seafood soup.

Milkfish, a 45-seater casual restaurant that specialises in hawker-style slow cooked seafood soup, opened in basement one of Raffles City.

Signature Soup

Besides a whole prawn, clams, tofu, vegetables, and a minced pork patty made in-house, the Signature Soup ($12.80) features sliced red snapper fish that is chosen for its sweet taste and firm texture.

Photo by @milkfishsg on Instagram.

Milkfish’s signature soup is brewed with no MSG and preservatives by Áo Broth, a local collagen soup brand.


The creamy soup with a hint of sweetness is made with the fish’s gelatinous belly fat and fresh clams.

The milkfish lends a natural milkiness and sweetness to the soup without adding any milk so those sensitive to dairy are free to try it too.

Add S$4 to upsize the dish to a Signature Soup set (S$16.80) that includes:

a bowl of rice or noodles (options include multigrain rice or brown rice vermicelli at no additional cost),

two side dishes (marinated chilled tomatoes and oriental salad), and

a glass of tomato plum soda.

Photo by @milkfishsg on Instagram.

If you’re feeling bougie that day, consider the Premium Soup Set ($32.80) that boasts more seafood items including a half-lobster, whole abalone, and scallop.

Photo by @milkfishsg on Instagram.

Other menu items

Those who prefer grilled fish over soup would not feel left out at Milkfish either.

The Grilled Fish Set (S$23.80) offers a choice between grilled whole milkfish or salmon fillet with a mini signature soup that includes tofu and vegetables.

Like the Signature Soup set, the Grilled Fish Set also comes with a bowl of rice or noodles, two side dishes, and a glass of tomato plum soda.

Photos by Milkfish.

Besides the marinated chilled tomatoes and oriental salad that comes with each set, Milkfish also offers other side dishes made in-house, such as chilled sesame spinach (S$3 each), radish “cai po” egg omelette (S$10), deep-fried prawn rolls and fried chicken bites (from S$6).

Photos by Milkfish.

A la carte grilled fish such as milkfish, salmon, thread fin and unagi are also available from S$19.


Milkfish offers the following desserts to complete your meal with:

assorted mochi (choice of yam, azuki and chocolate – S$2.20 per piece),

osmanthus jelly (S$4.80),

dessert bowls including mango sago (S$6.80) and peach gum dessert soup (S$5.80)

Click here for the full menu.


Photo by @milkfishsg on Instagram.

Address: Raffles City Shopping Centre, #B1-44F, Singapore 179103

Opening hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 11am to 9pm

Friday and Saturday: 11am to 9:30pm

Top images by Milkfish.