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354 Joo Chiat Road
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Good variety of food and when you're craving for Zi Char. Can be cheap, to not so cheap if you're ordering crabs, etc.

Within the corner coffeeshop that faces the big carpark in Joo Chiat are three stalls selling food I like very much. In the morning, I go there for “Da Dong Prawn Noodles” on a regular basis and of late, have also grown fond of the “ban mian” (the dry version is shiok) from the stall next to it.
Come evening time, it’s the “zi char” dishes by “Mellvin Seafood Restaurant” that draw my return visits. I feel their cooking leans towards the Malaysian style, with dishes seasoned slightly heavier for a more intense flavour profile - something I find more enjoyable.
Shown above it their Assam Fish Head which has a gravy sour enough to make your mouth pucker a little but there’s no denying it will also have you reaching out for more. They don’t stinge on the “rempah” so there is a nice body to the gravy too. As you can see, the amount of vegetables and pineapple is pretty generous as well. And for the record, every time we have ordered fish here, they have never not tasted fresh either.


I’ve not had many yam rings before, but if they’re usually like this, I think I’m a fan! The crisp, flaky exterior is the perfect vessel for the wide range of ingredients (chicken chunks were really tender) and mild but tasty sauce. Crack it open and you’ll find smooth, fragrant yam that I just loooove. Might not be the most glamorous place, but the zi char here at Mellvin Seafood definitely satisfies.