The Dirty Stall

Zai Shun Curry Fish Head

Posted on: July 6, 2015

Zai Shun Curry Fish Head serves up Teochew porridge style zi char, with their specialty being the fresh fish that they prepare in a variety of ways.


Thus plates upon plates of fishes, all fresh from the sea and limited quantities. Once they’re gone, they’re gone – so come early if you want the best range of choices to choose from.


An array of other side dishes to accompany the main fish dish.


Most people have the porridge here instead of rice.


And this is the raison d’être for coming to Zai Shun – a Cantonese style soy sauce steamed fish, in this case.


And the rest of the side dishes to go with it. This is haebee hiam.


Ngor hiang.


Fish cake.


Salted vegetables.




Sambal green beans.


The irony of them having the “curry fish head” in their name is that their curry fish head isn’t really that great. And it’s more on the assam style curry which isn’t my kind of curry.

Zai Shun Curry Fish Head
253 Jurong East St 24, #01-205
Singapore 600253
Open: 7am-3pm except Weds

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