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Special item not listed on the menu. Taste like what it is. Crust was a little too hard.

Can't go wrong with carbonara althou not extraordinary. Dosed with lots of bacon.

I love my hums in laksa!! The gravy was lacklustre, missing the local flavors of fragrant aroma from the coconut and spiciness of sambal. It was more towards a bowl of sweet laksa instead. But the big fat juicy cockles did impress me a bit!

Their seafood is good, particularly the prawns in this dish, but definitely definitely skip the pasta! The spaghetti was very sadly close to limp and was quite underseasoned. Our mussels were also unfortunately raw. We did let the waiter know though, who said he’d convey the feedback to their chef. Would recommend just getting pure seafood dishes here!

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Tried Ah Hua Kelong’s brunch menu at their Serangoon outlet along Jln Riang, and used #burpplebeyond for our 1 for 1 discount. The fish and chips weren’t really what I expected, even though I had chosen the “whole fish” option. I had expected the fish to be filleted and not be an actual entire fried fish, like the type in a Chinese restaurant but a bit more battered.

Was a bit troublesome deboning everything, but the fish was not bad! It was pretty tender inside, although I felt it could have been seasoned a bit more. The fish is a fresh water one, locally sourced from their kelong (fish farm) and tasted alright, although not particularly sweet in my opinion. I liked that it came with a salad with sesame dressing though, which was tasty. The chips and salsa were also not bad. Overall interesting but not too sure if I’d get it again. Maybe if I chose the fillet option haha.

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Fish was very fresh and doesnt have the smelly fish smell lol. The fish portion is very small for $24.80++ but the meat was very tender and soft.

Cantonese style lightly steamed and salted with soya sauce. Yummy if you love fish.

$8.80 for this - too expensice. Not my idea of mantou... This is kou rou bao's bread not mantou 😭😭

The chilli crab sauce was too sour and too spicy. Will not order again.

I dont rmb the actual name but the kai lan is lile fritters. It was way too bitter for me but the Tofu oh the tofu is a must try. It's warm egg tofu that is delightfully soft and melts in your mouth.

Ordered this because they ran out of chicken. The portion is generous but am not a big fan of pork. The meat was quite sliced thinly though. The buttermilk is on point but portion is too much for 4 pax. A bit gelat.

Pity that burpple beyond only applies to their pasta but pasta was good. Seafood there is really fresh and service was good, fast and efficient. Definitely want to try the other items on their menu.

All the dishes were enjoyable and of quite generous portions. The #flowercrabbeehoon had a flavorful broth rich in seafood, garlic & onion, as well as lots of fresh lala. While the flower crab was a bit difficult to eat given that it doesn’t have much meat, the tiny bits of meat we managed to extract were chewy and fresh. We also enjoyed the fresh juicy live Xl clams ($15.80 for 8 pieces) and the homemade tofu that came with a crispy fried kailan. Only letdown was the meat. Our chosen sweet and sour pork was tough and not crispy as expected.
📍@ahhuakelong, 15-9 Jln Riang, S358987
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Feeling a little under the weather, we were craving for a simple dinner. Seeing that Ah Hua Kelong has recently opened a restaurant near us, we decided to pay them a visit, coupled with the fact that we could make use of the burrple beyond promotion. We had the sea bass steamed in Cantonese style and the flesh was oh-so-soft and cooked just right! We ordered the teriyaki grilled sotong, which was also well cooked! I’ve always love sotong and the sad thing is the sotong is easy over cooked and many places just don’t get them right. But this place hit the nail on the spot! And the teriyaki sauce that comes with it is the perfect match with a steaming plate of white rice. Will definitely be coming back for more!

Spent a total of $65 for three dishes.

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