Cuisines from around the worldâ€”especially French, Italian, Japanese and Southeast Asianâ€”have long featured traditional versions of fish soups, and now U.S. operations are experimenting with various new signature versions. Malaysian assam laksa, a sour-and-spicy fish soup with rice noodles, is one of the showstoppers at Fatty Crab in New York. A simple fish soup is served at CafÃ© Soleil in New York. And though the quintessential fish soup is bouillabaisse, which ...
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