Toddled down to Whampoa Food Center and Market for fish-head steamboat at Xin Heng Feng (新恆豐粿條攤、黃埔夜市魚頭爐). I've eaten at two other fish-head steamboat stalls in this market, but apparently this stall is the best among all. It's located on the side of the morning market, and in the nights, there aren't many stalls open at this block.
We ordered an ang go li head. I have no idea what an ang go li is. I thought it's supposed to be a red snapper, but apparently it's a gold-banded snapper, or commonly known as 'gold-bands'. Whatever lor. It was fresh enough and tasty. We had eggs and mui choy (preserved Chinese mustard cabbage) along with the meal. S$40 covered dinner for four persons.
Couldn't believe we did that though. It was a blistering hot day and we didn't mind sitting in heat again for dinner, having HOT SOUP, with pieces of charcoal still spurting flames at the bottom. Hahahaha. Went to cool off with dessert of chendol, and lingered over our bowls. There were regular versions and one with durian (eiooow). I literally had one mouthful of shaved ice. SO MUCH LIQUIDS SLOSHING ABOUT IN OUR TUMMIES.
Xin Heng Feng (新恆豐粿條攤、黃埔夜市魚頭爐)
Block 91 Whampoa Drive
#01-14/15 Whampoa Market