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6883 2112
Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant has had more than 20 years of experience in serving seafood. With more than 100 kinds of seafood to choose from the live seafood tanks, freshness is guaranteed! continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
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Online Reservation
Pork Free
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Signature Dishes
Chili Crab Dim Sum
Review (24)
Level4 2015-01-05
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/01/05/very-good-6pax-suckling-pig-set-ah-yat-grandstand-on-4jan2015/today my very close friend’s birthday. last evening i arranged a birthday dinner for him at ah yat seafood @ grandstand turf club road on 4.1.2015.happens that my god-sis & her husband’s birthday were also just past, so we had a 6pax dinner together with my other 2 close friends. i ordered the 6pax lobster sharkskin abalone 9-course dinner. it was very good, quite expected. the place was crowded & noisy like a fish market, with 2 tables next to us having endless drinking challenge & making a din. we used to say that the place did not matter since we would be the table making the most noise. this time though we were not. ^^ anyway, the birthday boys & girl were all happy with the trade-off – good food for fish market noises. #1 lobster salad. canned fruit salad was refreshing, and a friend cleared off everything. as a lobster dish, lobster salad always suspect to me, few lobster pieces & lots of fruit salad, could never really compared with a proper lobster dish. #2 sharksfin soup was sweet & tastier than i expected, but not quite the standard of ah yat abalones forum restaurant. the #3 suckling pig was really par excellence. it was so good, crispy & tasty, equal or better than the suckling pig at hung kang or at summer garden SAFRA mt faber. #4 fish maw with leeks was good too. not the expensive 花胶. still a tasty dish. #5 abalones, mushrooms & chinese cabbage another great dish. abalones were smaller & no comparison with the abalones in brown sauce at ah yat abalones forum restaurant. of course. still it was great dish. i liked the mushrooms & chinese cabbage too. #6 hk steamed 港蒸tiger garoupa was tops. better than tau heung restaurant in HK. i enjoyed the #7 fried suckling pig meat too, but really i thought just chopping up the meat & head would be just as good. #8 yee meen – passable i guess. #9 bird’s nest was kind of forgettable dish for me, zero impact. we had excellent company, good food & great memories..a most enjoyable evening continue reading
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Level2 2014-10-25
$19.80 7-course chinese set lunch comprising of lobster salad & snow crab ? Sounds like a good deal ? So bought this deal from Groupon.Lobster Fresh Fruit SaladNot fresh fruit, but more like canned fruit cocktail, with a few sliced pieces of lobster. Braised conpoy fish maw thick soupThe usual thick soup. Deep fried Japanese snow crab Instead of sweet & succulent snow crab, it was dried up fllesh with a weird smell. Obviously the crab is not fresh. The only good thing I enjoyed was the garlic/dried shrimp/chilli bits that came with the dish.Steamed Live Fish with homemade chilli sauceA very small tilapia fish. Chilli is very spicyStir-Fried Boneless Chicken with Honey Bean in Homemade SauceSome sweet peas stir fried with chilli chicken piecesBraised Ee-Fu Noodle with MushroomA carbo dish to fill the stomach. Not much mushroom pieces. Most restaurants would serve with yellow chives to enhance the taste, but it is absent here.Fresh Mango PuddingNot much mango pieces. Served with optional evaporated milk.Usual price is said to be $33, so this is a purported 40% discount. Honestly, what you pay is what you get, so don't expect too much. There is compulsory order of peanuts, towels and Chinese tea, which works out to $2.40 per pax. continue reading
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Level1 2013-11-12
Went for the dim sum buffet when I saw the deal for $17.50/pax, didn’t expect it to be so out-of-place but the dim sum was good!Cold dish: Sea snail with sea whelk, nothing impressive, kind of bland and the sea snail was a bit tough.Chives and Shrimp Dumplings: the chives were fragrant without being overpowering and the shrimps were big and tangy! Rating: 4.5/5Seafood Rolls: Fried to a perfect crisp on the outside, with a savoury seafood paste within, great combo! Rating: 4/5Visit my blog for complete review!! ^^ http://dineordie.wordpress.com/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-22
I went to ah yat with a couple of colleagues and ordered a variety of dum sum dishes that were available. I just want to highlight a few very good one that you should try if you ever make a visit. top right corner is coffee bun with custard (or liu sha bao). The hot custard that flows out of the bun was so perfect, mixed with the coffee taste on the bun, the taste was just very heavenly. Their xiao long bao was also not bad. Everyone raves about din tai fung xiao long bai but seriously there are many better ones out there. Ah yat's version is worth a try. THere is this dish with dou sha and banana inside fried fritters is also very good. the combination of these 2 ingredients will really leave you wanting more. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-29
This is a continuation of the previous review. The abalone with mushrooms was good, gravy was alright. The soon hock fish was also fresh, and fried till crispy, so it's crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. I don't know what the next dish is, but it tastes like fried tofu with fish paste, with broccoli and crab meat; wouldn't recommend this as the tofu thing tastes horrible. I liked the chilli crab as the crabs were very fresh, and the sauce was good as well; do order fried man tou to dip the sauce. Longevity noodles were average. Lastly, the red bean soup was good, grainy and not too sweet.I guess it's a good place for special occasions especially with elderly who likes traditional chinese food, and the private rooms have karaoke, and you'll be able to play powerpoint slides, etc, so it's a plus point. But they certainly need to improve their service. continue reading
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