Ka-Soh Review: Michelin-Approved Fish Soup, Har Cheong Gai And More In Bukit Timah

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Ka-Soh in Greenwood Avenue for famous fish soup and prawn paste chicken

Originally a humble pushcart stall in the 1930s, Ka-Soh has now become a famous zi char restaurant with over 80 years of history. The heritage eatery may be known for their traditional Cantonese-style fish soup, but foodies have also touted their signature Prawn Paste Chicken AKA har cheong gai as some  of the best in Singapore. While their Michelin-recommended flagship outlet has since closed their doors, patrons can still visit their other outlet at 22 Greenwood Avenue.

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Food at Ka-Soh

Ka-Soh’s extensive menu features a variety of zi char fare, including noodles, fried rice, and side dishes. We went straight for their Slice Fish Noodles Soup (from $9++), the restaurant’s most raved-about dish.

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