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Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong Venue hot100

1180 Wishlisted
~$60/pax
Focusing on locally farmed and harvested seafood direct from our farm and redefining the farm to table concept, Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong is 1 of 3 restaurants under the Ah Hua Kelong umbrella focusing on creating dishes you might not find familiar anywhere else.
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55 Haji Lane
Singapore 189248

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:30pm - 11:30pm

Wednesday:
05:30pm - 11:30pm

Thursday:
05:30pm - 11:30pm

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
05:30pm - 11:30pm

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Looking forward to it becoming a regular item on the menu!

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Our first time here after hearing all the rave reviews and it still managed to surpass our expectations. We had the mussels, curry and mantou for our starter ($16) - the mussels were really tender, large and fresh and the mantou was to die for - perfectly crispy outside and soft within. The curry was really nicely flavoured, with just enough spiciness to it. For mains, we had the roasted black grouper and the Cantonese-style black grouper and both were really good. For the Cantonese-style grouper dish, we especially enjoyed the light fragrant Cantonese sauce and the very springy glass noodles. For the roasted black grouper, the skin was crispy and the meat was really soft, and the sauce was to die for. The ambience is really cozy, reminding us of someone’s living room space. Service was superb as well, explaining all the dishes to us and attending to all our needs promptly. What a lovely place. 🥂

The black grouper sat delicately on a bed of sweet potato glass noodles in a style that was cooked cantonese-style, but with a twist, as sake is used instead of chinese wine. I loved how flavourful the resulting broth was, filled with the natural sweetness of the fish. The broth was really comforting, something I would definitely want to warm my belly with on a day when I'm craving for something more soupy and less heavy.

The flesh of the fish was firm and springy with a nice bite, yet at the same time tender and smooth such that every mouthful was so enjoyable. Not a fan of Lalas so i can't comment much about that, but my dining partner enjoyed them very much. The sweet potato noodles were also a great addition to the dish, cooked with a nice springiness 😋

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