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    Mutton Soup Magic at Boon Keng: A Culinary Adventure at Haji M. Abdul Rajak Stall

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    A Soup Worth Every Sip

    In the bustling heart of Upper Boon Keng Market & Food Centre, there lies a treasure trove of culinary delights, but none quite as enchanting as the mutton soup at Haji M. Abdul Rajak Stall – Soup Kamping. Join me on a whimsical journey as we explore this bowl of goodness, touted by many (including yours truly) as a potion of unparalleled flavour.

    First Impressions: A Dive into the Aromatic Abyss

    Upon approaching the stall, the air fills with a scent so powerful, it’s like being hit with a flavourful freight train of muttony delight. The soup, a concoction so thick and aromatic, promises a culinary adventure that could only be rivaled by tales of yore where spices were as valuable as gold.

    The Culinary Quest: Choosing Your Potion

    The stall offers a variety of meat options – from mixed cuts to the more adventurous choices like tongue, legs, brain, ribs, and an intriguing category known as “spare parts”. Being a purist at heart, I opted for the simplest choice: just meat. Available in small, medium, and large cauldrons (priced at $7, $10, and $12 respectively), I chose the small size, unwittingly embarking on an $8 adventure with the mandatory $1 plate of bread chunks – a companion to the soup that nobody told us was compulsory. A heads-up or a sign, dear stall, would have been much appreciated!

    The Feast: A Tantalising Tangle of Flavours

    Diving into the soup, each of the seven mutton pieces (a dollar a piece, by rough estimation) was a tender testament to the stall’s mastery over their craft. The meat, imbued with a robust mutton flavour, was a delight to unravel, piece by piece. The mandatory bread, albeit stale and hard, transformed into a sponge soaking up the elixir of mutton essence, proving to be a necessary evil in this gastronomic saga.

    The Verdict: A Pricey but Potent Potion

    While the meal was a flavourful journey through the realms of hearty soups, the price tag and the less-than-welcoming attitude of the hawkers added a dash of bitterness to the experience. Nonetheless, the mutton soup at Haji M. Abdul Rajak Stall stands as a testament to the rich, culinary tapestry that Boon Keng has to offer.

    Haji M. Abdul Rajak stall (Soup Kambing) Opening Hours and Location

    Monday11 am – 11:30 pm
    Wednesday11 am – 11:30 pm
    Thursday11 am – 11:30 pm
    Friday11 am – 11:30 pm
    Saturday11 am – 11:30 pm
    Sunday11 am – 11:30 pm

    Address: 17 Upper Boon Keng Rd, #01-03, Singapore 380017, Upper Boon Keng Market & Food Centre

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