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Arriving by bus #7, 282, 532, 625. Bus-stop no. 17221, Bus-stop name; Blk 377. continue reading
Telephone
9047 9428
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
16:30 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
16:30 - 23:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Review (2)
For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/ban-tong-seafood-restaurant.htmlBan Tong Seafood has once moved out of Clementi, in search of a new location. But somehow, they are back, and I was informed of how good their food was in the past. They are located in a coffeehouse, beside the Clementi Police Divisonal Headquarters.Assam Fish Head (Seasonal Price) is not in the menu, but is a hot favorite back in the past. It is even so now, and luckily we tried asking if they still have the assam fish head. Fish is definitely fresh, and the assam gravy is sour and spicy at the same time. If you are not the kind of head-over-heels for Curry Fish Head, Assam Fish Head should be your first option!Sweet and Sour Pork ($8.00). I have seen lots of places serving small chunks pork, but Ban Tong Seafood is neither petty nor are they super generous with it. The serving per chunk is just right, with the glittering sauce covering every chunk of the crispy outer pork.Prawn Paste Chicken ($8.00). Although it is categorized under the Chef's Recommendation, I would gladly suggest it to be. Juicy meat and fluid flow of the savoury prawn paste deserved another plate!Kai Lan ($8.00) served to has thick stalks but is crunchy. Leaves are not overcooked, and is crunchy too. "Crunch crunch crunch" is the sound you will hear. No, it is not raw.Mixed Omelette ($5.00) has big pieces of shrimp despite its cheap price! It has crisp edges but towards the inside you still can feel the softness of the egg omelette. Thumbs up for this!Cereal Crayfish ($18.00) is one of their Chef's Recommendation and it indeed serve up to it. There is no need to de-shell and the tender meat of crayfish could get you fighting with your dining companions.Serving time is quite fast, perhaps due to the raining weather where most would rather stay home and catch some tv programmes. But even if the waiting time could get me to wait for 30-45 minutes, I believe it is still worthwhile.For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/ban-tong-seafood-restaurant.html continue reading
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Level2 2012-06-23
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Har Cheong Kai is a cantonese dish which is made of prawn paste with fried chicken There’s nothing more satisfying than taking that first bite into a crispy har cheong kai to release the hot juices from within. With Har Cheong Kai, the combination of tastes and textures is enticing as every bite releases the rich flavours of the prawn paste and the tender chicken. Together with the sour spicy chili sauce, it is amazing ! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)