Iqbal Soup Kambing: One of the best in Singapore!

By HungryGoWhere July 11, 2021
Iqbal Soup Kambing: One of the best in Singapore!
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Even though this stall sells a wide range of Indian muslim foods like mee goreng, tulang merah and mutton chop, it is the soup kambing which is the most sought after here.

In operation since 1976, the stall is now in the hands of Mohamed Yusof, 42, a third-generation owner who took over six years ago and the soup has a smooth, yet thick consistency with just enough oil-richness and a spicy kick to the flavour.

The mutton pieces have a beautiful tenderness with just enough mutton fat thrown in. The chopped coriander and fried onion toppings complete the whole experience.

Try the Sup Campur ($10/12/15) which has an assortment of mutton parts from the ribs and meat chunks to the innards like the brain and stomach.

The one downside is the cheap, sliced French bread which comes dry and quite uninspiring.



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