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Seafood Aplenty This rather unassuming place with LED lights ‘shouting’ at you might not be a very inviting scene but I assure you, their food will prove you otherwise. For an affordable price, I got the seafood platter in clear broth which was extremely tasty and not bland at all like I expected it to be. As evident, there’s a variety of seafood which were all fresh and succulent, with the veggies soaking up every bit of the essence from the seafood in the broth. Definitely coming back again!⁣
Alicia
9w
Seafood Platter For 4 This unassuming overly decorated place with led lights actually serves really good seafood. The soup was sweet and light and the seafood is fresh. Spice was manageable as we only ordered 小辣. Definitely could go for medium spice and beyond if you can handle your spice well. Price point wise, it is super affordable as they have ingredients like crab, lobster, prawns, mussels, lala, MAGGIE(screams), scallops, quail eggs, corn, cabbage. Additional items can be added, they will have it cooked and add into your platter. Definitely worth coming back and food is great for sharing.
Jasmine
15w
Seafood Platter ($168) Ingredients were all extremely fresh and mala broth was sooo addictive! Broth is also refillable. There’s a whole range of dipping sauces and other condiments for you to choose from and you can even mix your own. This is supposed to feed 5-6pax but 3 of us could finish it cause it was just that good. Staff was very attentive and won’t take their time to top up the broth.
Ashley
17w
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Hearty Red Garoupa Steamboat The signature steamboat here comes with 3 types of fish options (in order of price from lowest): bardan fish, red garoupa, bucket pomfret in 4 different sizes. We got the largest size for the red garoupa (for 8pax+) at $75! The broth from the soup is rich, flavorful and well balanced. Apart from the thick slices of fish, there are yam chunks, seaweed, cabbage along with 30 other herbs and ingredients that are said to go inside! It is said that the use of charcoal elevates the flavor by adding that robust smokiness. The menu here is rather extensive for a comprehensive dining experience. We ordered several other dishes. Fu Rong omelette [L-$16] Deep friend prawn rolls [S-$14] Specialty Food Street Tofu [L-$26] This dish is prepared by steaming the blend of mashed silken tofu with egg mixture before steaming then topping it with the signature seafood sauce. San lor horfun [L-$22] Wok hei check box checked! Generous amount of fish. Just didn’t like the slightly undercooked beansprouts. Mushroom with broccoli [L-$30] You can’t really go wrong with this! Marmite pork ribs [L-$27] The kind that is diced into smaller chunks. Great sauce makes up for the fact that it’s not boneless. Crispy yam basket with chicken [$24] Slightly on the dry side for the yam ring, comes with a generous amount of shredded chicken!
Victoria
0w
Crispy Cereal Prawn Very generous amount of cereal on the deep fried prawns. Crispy shell.
Kevin
2y
Spare Ribs With Deep Fried Cod Fish Strips Very very crunchy and crispy fish strips. The pork meat is boneless actually.
Kevin
2y
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Comfort Wok-hey If you like charred like hor fun then you must try Chef Lam's Seafood Hor Fun ($6). The hor fun is smooched with gravy and eggs filled with aromatic fragrance. Their crispy fish skin ($8) is also equally addictive. Worth the wait.
The
29w
Delish Zi Char at Pocket-Friendly Prices French beans - Dive into crisp French beans that’s accompanied with fragrant silver fish, onions and garlic. Every bite produced a clearly audible crunch.  Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/chef-lam/
Maureen
35w
Review on Salted Egg Yolk Fish Skin There wasn't really a crowd or queue when I went at 5 plus in the evening on a weekday. I reckoned the price of this dish should be about $5 or $6, but I'm not too sure because I'm not the one who placed the order. This salted egg yolk fish skin dish from a humble zi char stall is way ahead of the majority of its competitors (definitely not one of the run-off-the-mill ones). It doesn't lose out to the biggest names when it comes to salted egg yolk (fish skin)... You can really taste the well-balanced flavour of the salted egg yolk. I find the majority of salted egg yolk (fish skin) too sweet, lacked enough salted egg yolk flavour, or/ and not crispy enough. The fish skin was thin (enough), crispy, crunchy, but not hard. Not only can you taste the egg yolk, but also the fish skin as well. Salted egg yolk (sauce) that is too sweet puts me off immediately. This is one very good dish of the salted egg yolk with a good balance of flavours.
Susana
43w
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Freshly Steamed Turbot ($12 for every 100gms) Maybe I haven’t been paying close enough attention but I don’t think many seafood eateries, regardless of price point, serve fresh #turbot. And I am referring to swimming-in-a-tank kind of fresh. My dad who is Teochew and really knows his fishes, ordered one straightaway. Although it’s not cheap (our perfectly steamed 700gm specimen cost $84), we were very pleased with its medium-firm, springy and flavourful flesh and gelatinous skin. We are sure to return to try more dishes at “Tian Tian Seafood Restaurant” because the food we had turned out to be really tasty and well executed. Plus I like the old-school vibes of the place (they even have tables spilling out into the back alley of their shophouse unit). And for those of you who work late or are on the lookout for a supper spot that serves proper hearty fare, the good news is they operate from 5pm to 3.30am.
Veronica
6w
The Off-The-Menu Stirfried Instant Noodles ($7) This plate of sinfulness at “Tian Tian Seafood Restaurant” became a blip on my radar thanks to Caecilia (Instagram: @singaporeliciouz) who had posted about it some time ago. I got around to trying it when my dad and I visited the seafood “zichar” spot along Outram Road this evening. To be frank, the dish is super simple - instant noodles stirfried with minced pork in a bit of sambal chilli and pork lard, then topped with a fried egg and luncheon meat. Anyone can probably rustle this up at home but it doesn’t change the fact that hoovering up those curly strands and chomping on the thick pieces of fried luncheon meat sparked joy in me.
Veronica
6w
Claypot Liver _ Liver must be cooked to right degree of doneness _ #sqtop_cantonese #sqtop_seafood #burpple #burpplesg
Alex
18w
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Butterfly Pea Glass Noodle Salad from Soi Thai Soi Nice (@soithaisoinice), a casual Thai dining concept with outlets at Seletar Mall and Alexandra Central. Despite looking simultaneously like something from an R.L. Stone novel and something the cat dragged in from Spotlight on the fifth floor of Plaza Singapura, the nicely tart and refreshing dish was reasonably diverting, with chilli padi on hand for some playful tongue-burn. 3.6/5
Shawn
1y
Royal Thai Hot Pot 3.5 munchies: Filled to the brim with assorted ingredients including crayfish, mussels, tiger prawns, roast pork, and enoki mushrooms, we picked the home-made tom yum broth that came with a fiery kick! There was also a good balance of sour and sweet flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs used. I’d recommend you to add the mama instant noodles that had a bouncy texture. #Burpproved The big pot featured here, which feeds 3-4 people, is priced at $68.80; regular pot feeds 2 at $38.80. This was a hosted meal by Soi Thai Soi Nice.
Marc
1y
Royal Thai Hot Pot 3.5 munchies: Filled to the brim with assorted ingredients including crayfish, mussels, tiger prawns, roast pork, and enoki mushrooms, we picked the home-made tom yum broth that came with a fiery kick! There was also a good balance of sour and sweet flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs used. I’d recommend you to add the mama instant noodles that had a bouncy texture. #Burpproved The big pot featured here, which feeds 3-4 people, is priced at $68.80; regular pot feeds 2 at $38.80.
Marc
1y
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Crab Steamboat Crab Steamboat ($55) . After facing rejection countless times due to the need to brave the heat eating at a hawker centre, I finally managed to grab a companion to join me at Wen Wen Pork Rib Prawn Noodle to try their Crab Steamboat on a rainy evening. According to the stall, it is best that this steamboat be had after 6pm as that’s when the stock has developed enough flavour after simmering for the entire day. He was right! Most prawn mee stock I’ve had is usually murky from all the pork being cooked. Instead, Wen Wen’s was a clear broth that packed mainly the sweet umami goodness of all the seafood. So for the price, we get pork ribs, pig’s tail, pig intestines, big prawns, clams, and the crab full of roe. With so much seafood simmering over a slow fire during the meal, the prize really is the taste of the soup towards the end of our meal. Do note that you are also allowed to bring your own ingredients to add to the steamboat and I would strongly recommend bring more vegetables as it’ll cost $5/bowl from the stall.
Jayson
1y
Wen Wen Hotpot ($55~$80) Wen Wen Big Prawn Mee is now back at the newly renovated Geylang Bahru Market & Food Centre! All I can is that soup is just as shiok, uncle Richard is just as friendly and the experience just as fun as before (sadly, no more lala). He even has his own add-ons now like veg and fresh pork shabu shabu so you don’t have to bring your own (though you still can).
Dex
1y
Large Steamboat ($80) Back to Wen Wen (in Geylang Bahru) ‧⁺◟( ᵒ̴̶̷̥́ ·̫ ᵒ̴̶̷̣̥̀ ) Love the seafood flavors and the super generous ingredients; it came loaded with crab, prawns, pork ribs, intestines (also you can order their prawn noodles FOC), and you can always bring your own ingredients to add! Also uncle is seriously the nicest hawker ever. Only downside is the hawker setting, but this is really worth the sweat.
mashed
1y
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