Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong

2038 Wishlisted
What We Love
  • Small and intimate space, not your usual seafood restaurant
  • Super fresh and interesting seafood dishes great for dates
  • Roasted Black Grouper w Vichyssoise, Curry Mussels

8 Hamilton Road
Singapore 209179

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05:30pm - 11:30pm

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 11:30pm


05:30pm - 11:30pm

05:30pm - 11:30pm

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I finally ticked Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong off my list this year after much postponement. A house signature, I would confidently say their curry mussels is a no brainer unless you don’t eat mussels. Immersed in a bowl of homemade curry exhibiting aromatic spices flavour from a blend between Chinese and Indian styled curries, the mussels were extremely fresh and probably larger than commonly found. Served with mantous that you would gladly use to mop up every single drop of the curry. Additional portions of mantou can be ordered separately.

If u like seafood the whole menu is seafood 😊 , everything is very tasty & well thought through for a balance taste

I cannot begin to describe how amazing the grouper dish was. The clams were sweet and the broth was like your typical steamed fish with soy sauce, only elevated and totally drinkable. Prawn dashi was ok, very tasty, but it was nowhere near as good as the Canton Grouper dish.

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The curry is a fantastic mix between Chinese and Indian curry. You'd prob end up ordering one more set of mantou for $2 and it is absolutely worth it 😀 the mussels were so juicy and sweet, they don't serve mussels like that here, anymore. Fantastic!

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a full-bodied dish - expect a robust mixture of flavours, umami, sweet & savoury paired with once again their extremely plump and fresh prawns. we mistakenly got the non-spicy version but if i do reorder i’m definitely gonna try the spicy version!

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extremely fresh tasting seabass with zero fishy-ness, glazed with slightly sweet & tangy chinkiang vinegar, with a savoury sauce at the bottom that i couldn’t figure out. reading the menu, the only unidentified item could only be the roasted capsicum which was surprising as it didn’t taste quite like capsicums. all’s good but i didn’t enjoy the salted fish potatoes as it tasted too pungent for my liking (perhaps fragrant to some), while the naibai might not have been stored at best conditions. it was a little musty - perhaps, washed much earlier and kept. i’d come back for other seabass dishes but maybe just not this.

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