Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong

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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.

55 Haji Lane
Singapore 189248

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05:30pm - 11:30pm

05:30pm - 11:30pm

05:30pm - 11:30pm

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 11:30pm

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One thing I knew I had to order was the Roasted Black Grouper w Vichyssoise ($28) What’s not to love about the combination; shimeji mushrooms, potato based soup, dehydrated mussels, dill infused oil and garam masala?! It sounds like a lot of experiments was done to come to this combination. And oohh I love it when all the components have been mixed, it bring out tons of flavour to the dish. The grouper however was a tad letdown with it being too firm :/ Good dish nonetheless!

Heard so much reviews and praises for their Seabass Pasta ($22) that I just had to order it to try for myself. Honestly, the visuals of the dish made me apprehensive about the taste and even hearing about the dish which is tagliatelle in seaweed cream? 🤔 Hmmm ... unfortunately my fear was true. The first bite of the tagliatelle and i can already feel the jelak-ness. Well we were warned it is on the heavier side if flavour. But, it just wasn’t the good kind of heaviness. Eating it with the daikon did help to lighten the flavour but for us, this dish was just not for us. For me and my partner, we found the taste peculiar and the tagliatelle was brittle as well which further dampened our hope to like this dish. Only saving grace I can say is the freshness of the seabass

Undoubtedly the most popular dish in Scaled by Ah Hua Kelong is the Curry Mussels w Mantou ($16) & I can see why. Juicy plump mussels with a fresh seafood flavour paired with the curry which was full of spices and had a nice kick to it. Mopped the entire bowl clean that we ordered additional serving of mantous (3 for $2) Just simple food but done right 👍

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Fish Pate ($16) came in decent size but the taste of the pate was subtle with hints of smokiness. Wished it has a stronger flavour especially when eaten with the sourdough, the garlic oil infused sourdough overpowers the pate. Nonetheless, love the sourdough and nice pairing with the cardamom cherry spice and berries at the side

Tried the Seabass Pasta, Chilli Crab Risotto, Lala, Calamari and the Prawn Dashi Aglio Alio. The risotto and Lala were my personal favourite, it was something interesting and unique, unlike other risottos that I’ve tried. Would definitely be back here again!

Dined at Scaled some time back and have not stopped raving about it since. The seabass pasta ($22) was my personal pick! It certainly was another dish with a daring combination of ingredients. The tagliatelle was smooth and had a good bite, evenly coated by nori cream sauce with a distinct flavour. The pickled radish was far from pungent and contributed a delightful acidity to the dish (I asked for more!), while the tobiko added dimension. Best of all was the seabass - panfried with a crispy skin, it remained unadulterated with its moist and sweet flesh. Really love the farm to table concept that SG is otherwise sorely lacking, and the restaurant truly brings it to life with their warm kampong hospitality.