“New World Mutton Soup” came highly recommended for having one of the best hawker-style mutton soups in Singapore so a visit was quickly arranged.
To be frank, if you’re a frequent reader of this blog, this post might come as a surprise to you. Well, it surprised even me! But I remember that I would post more of our local hawker cuisine on my blog. So, this post adds on to the ever-growing list: No. 18 Zion Road Char Kway Teow and Covent Garden Kway Chap.
Before I continue, I was wondering – is there more than one stall with the same name, “New World Mutton Soup”? A Google search referred me to a stall in Bedok that bore the same name.
The mutton soup was fragrant – of fragrant Chinese wine. I’m not particular certain as to which wine it was, but if I were to fathom a guess, “Hua Tiao” Chinese cooking wine would be my guess.
The pieces of mutton were so tender that they pulled away from the bones with a gentle nudge. And for the adventurous or simply, the consummate foodie, you can opt to have a bowl of mixed mutton innards.
An alternative to just mutton pieces would be to opt for mutton meat balls – which were no less enjoyable too!
Each bowl averages about S$4.00. A bowl of white rice is available for an additional S$0.50.
New World Mutton Soup
Jalan Berseh Cooked Food Centre
Jalan Berseh #02-57