Hubby found this great eatery lunching out with his friends, he loved it so much, we brought our parents there for dinner one weekend.
Well, it's a seafood restaurant, so of course we have to order their crab! Chilli crab at S$32.00, the kick ass chilli sauce was sweet and spicy and perfect with their fried mantou at a S$1 each. YUMZ!
Another one of their signature dish is their battered fried oyster tossed with salted egg yolk. Sounds gross, but it was surprisingly delicious! The oyster is cooked thru, but still moist. When tossed with a thin layer of salted egg yolk, it's slightly salty, crunchy on the outside, soft and sweet on the inside. Such contrasting textures and flavours!
Salted Egg Oysters S$12.00
Next is smoked duck with baby kailan. I'm not really into the smoked duck, but everyone else seemed to like it, so I guess it's just me.
Baby kailan S$12.00
Perhaps their most popular house special must be their Rib eye steak. They would char grill it, diced it up before serving with caramelized onions and potatoes. The portions were so big, the whole family could share it! The meat was moist and smoky, and the onions were sweet and great with the red meat.
Rib Eye Steak S$51.00
Aha! There's a part 2 to the steak dish! They would use the juices and the fatty bits of the steak to make this awesome beef fried rice. It was super tasty and very rich in flavours, but I think that night, the chef may be a little heavy handed on the salt. A little too salty to eat much!
There was also Orh nee, or Yam Paste, which was my favourite. I must have been too excited until I forgot to take photos. In fact, I love it so much, I'm glad my daughter wasn't interested in it. I get to eat double the portions! Haha...
Overall an enjoyable dining experience. The location was a little ulu, but I think it's a great and affordable place to bring the whole family out for dinner.
Block 27 Sing Ming Road
Call 1st for reservations! 6466 9558
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