In the past, turtle soup was a food of luxury for the Americans. Today, it is more known as a Chinese delicacy due to its herbal and health benefits. The turtle soup served in Singapore uses turtle meat from soft-shelled turtles, not your everyday terrapins you would usually keep as pets. Tan Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant is an eatery along the streets of Geylang who have people dedicated to serving you the best-tasting and healthiest turtle soup in Singapore.
Tan Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant was established in 1946 and have been serving herbal soup to Singaporeans every day from as early as 4AM.
Established since 1946, they have been preparing herbal turtle soup and herbal chicken soups almost every day from as early as 4AM. The preparation process include brewing broths of 20 different kinds of Chinese herbs, segregating different turtle parts before cooking them, and stewing both black and white chickens for the day’s patronisers.
Their Claypot Turtle Soup contains superior meat with more Chinese herbs for a richer and heartier flavour.
People visit Tan Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant for their Claypot Turtle Soup (S$24). The soup contains superior meat with more Chinese herbs for a richer and heartier flavour. This soup is believed to help improve the immune system, maintain young, youthful skin, and for bloodstream detoxification.
Their Ginseng Black Chicken Soup lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels
Apart from turtle soup, the restaurant also offers two kinds of chicken soup: Ginseng Black Chicken Soup and Herbal Cordycep Chicken Soup.
Their Ginseng Black Chicken Soup (S$13) is carefully prepared and stewed overnight with one whole ginseng. This brings plenty of health benefits like lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
The other soup they offer is the Herbal Cordycep Chicken Soup (S$13). This soup proves to be a healthier choice because of the herbal benefits of the cordycep they used to prepare the broth. It helps with improving the conditions of the kidneys, lungs, blood pressure, and brain memory.
The Mushroom and Cucumber, and Oily Vegetables are great sides to your soup of choice.
Apart from their broths, they also serve side dishes like the Mushroom and Cucumber (S$5) and Oily Vegetables (S$8). These side dishes compliment any of the soups they offer really well.
You can find Tan Ser Seng Herbs Restaurant at 29 LorBachik, S(387791).
For more food recommendations, you can like Our Food Channel on Facebook.