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11:00 - 14:00
17:30 - 22:00
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17:30 - 22:00
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Teochew 7 Vegetables Teochew Chilled Jelly Pork Claypot Fish Maw Soup
Review (4)
I had our largest G20 gathering last evening at ah orh at jalan bukit merah on 20.2.2014. we had 23pax on 3 tables, a meeting (or eating!) record! ah orh had mixed reviews & mostly dated. most thought it was expensive for the food (it may still be probably but it often depends on food ordered). anyhow there was a deal.com offer & the organiser bought 3 vouchers of S$150 worth at S$97.50 each – 1 voucher was allowed for each table. :-)some friends went early to order the dishes. we had in total 9 dishes & the cost came to S$23+ all-in (about S$180+ per table) after redeeming the vouchers, so it was in fact very good value-for-money even considering that we did not order the usual teochew pomfret, cold crab etc.there was deep-fried fish skin as table starter. pretty good!#1 the braised duck platter (top photo & above) was good – moist, flavourful. i would say as good as imperial treasure teochew & better than muliangzai liang kee & chui huay lim. :-) the lor bah (braised belly pork was good too.#2 fishmaw soup was tasty, but maybe just average. the one beng thin we had recently was substantially better.#3 the ter kar tan (pig trotter jelly) was very good – firm, flavourful. there was also good chilli & “seng ni cho” 蒜泥醋 dip. this was as good as chui huay lim, imperial treasure & crystal jade.#4 the yam basket was i supposed really excellent for this dish – yam was tasty & very crisp outside yet “sang” inside & very good combination in texture & taste with the fillings. a very good dish though not yam basket not my favourite. :-)#5 the kailan with ti poh was competent. vegetable was fresh & crunchy. the ti poh (a teochew favourite condiment not so often seen) added to the attraction but perhaps the wok hae was kind of lacking a bit.#6 not sure about this teck kia fish (竹仔鱼) dish, certainly competent but the fish had more bones than meat. at kok sen, they used some fish head & added chunky fish meat which worked well to accompany the black bean sauce & was much better overall by comparison.#7 hae chor was quite ok, competent, nothing special.nee#8 orh luah was pretty good, large fleshy oysters.#9 orh nee was better than expected, tasty, i liked it no pumpkin though. :-)company & fellowship were the key in our get-togethers of course, but we did come to eat & overall the food was quite good & the price of $23pax very reasonable after the deal.com offer, not much different from say muliangzai liang kee, and food we had here were better. :-) w/o the offer, it would cost about $30pax which was still not a bad deal, about same as what we had at shin yeh at our last 20pax dinner.See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/02/21/great-teochew-food-23pax-dinner-get-together-ah-orh-on-20feb2014/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-23
Back to Ah Orh few days later in the evening as we heard some much about their "orh luak" in Teochew.This plate of Oyster Omelette cost S$13.00.This Teochew version of oyster omelette was fluffy and tasty unlike the crisp version. Sinfully delicious cooked with fresh oysters from Thailand.Another must try dish from Ah Orh.An article written about Ah Orh found at the entrance of the restaurant. continue reading
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Level4 2011-12-29
ah orh seafood restaurant – a teochew restaurant that served traditional teochew specialty. Braised Duck $19 – The meat is very tender and chewy. The gravy goes very well with the rice as well. Fish maw $18 – their signature dish. The soup of the fish maw is very thick and high quality. The taste of it was simply superb. The fish maws were cut into small pieces which make it easier to chew and eat. Tea $6.50 continue reading
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