Enter from West Coast Walk. Next to Clementi Stadium continue reading
6779 5355
Nestled in the Clementi heartlands, Joyden Seafood is a Chinese restaurant that charms its diners with an extensive spread of classic seafood dishes on its menu. Specially prepared by a chef from Guangzhou, their dimsum selections are available exclusively during lunch hours. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Deep Fried Soon Hock Fish in Superior Soy Sauce with Scallions Lemongrass Pork Ribs in Crispy Yam Ring Signature Cereal Prawns Signature Imperial Oyster Sauce Chicken Steamed Lobster with Glutinous Treasure Rice
Review (2)
Level4 2013-07-04
An interesting place to dine and keep away from the afternoon crowd. Joyden had been located in West Coast Recreation Centre for quite sometime and the restaurant had a recent face lift. In celebration of the recent revamp, the waitress had introduced the 1-for-1 crab deal to us. This is only valid if with minimum spending of S$150. As we are dining in 4, the minimum hit of S$150 is an easy target.Looking through the menu, we decided to order the given set menu at S$58/pax, the lowest value set meal. Abalone Soup was served in individual pot. Each pot was filled with a piece of abalone, fish maw, dried calms, chicken cube and vegetables. Soup was clear and enriched with the essence of the goodies. Enlightening! Creamy Lobsterwas one of my favourite out of all the dishes in the set meal. Each plate of lobster had been well prepared, with half of the shell taken away. The sweet and light creamy sauce that was paired with the lobster has whet my appetite! Moreover, the golden fried mini buns compliments the sauce! Yums! The Toufu dish has improved the levels and methods in cooking it. The toufu was "glued" tightly onto the plate (in the middle) and surrounded by the semi-hardened steam egg with wolf berries and steam vegetables. Interesting!Braised Ee Fu Mee scores the least out of the set as it was pretty dry and without much taste.Given a 1-for-1 deal, we get to choose 2 favours of crabs out of the 3 (chilli, creamy and black pepper). We have chosen the black pepper and the its signature's creamy crab. Comes with alot of Chinese parsley on top of the black pepper crab. These Sri Lanka Crabs has stolen the scene. Big Pincers! I want! The shells were cracked and readily prepared to serve. Yum Yum! When everyone prefers the black peppers, I'm the odd one out. I prefer the creamy one! Love its taste though the cream tastes similar to the lobster dish. Pincers were great and fabulous too. Crabs tools are given and washing bowls were served as part of the "crab package". Last but not least, we have a Mango Pudding each and it comes with a striking red cheery. Pretty average tasting dessert!Dining experience was great as service staffs were very attentive and polite. continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-11
Read my full reviews & photos here=http://chefquak.wordpress.com/2013/06/08/dinner-get-together-west-coast-seafood-joyden-restaurant-on-5jun2013/We had our usually monthly get-together at West Coast Seafood (Joyden) Restaurant on 5Jun2013. Another evening of fun & laughter, this time with 3 bottles of wine thrown in by our generous organiser. No corkage fee here! We had 12pax for the evening.We started with an appetizer platter of Mayo Prawns, Ngoh Hiang, some rolls & a Topshell Salad. Quite good. Next up was a Seafood Fishmaw Soup. Quite ok. Comparing the appetizer & soup with what we had at Roland, I would think Roland’s was better in both instances.This was followed by Wasabi Mayo Prawn Fritters with Thai Kailan. I was not sure a prawn fritter could be better than the usual wasabi mayo prawns (say at Majestic or Tung Lok, though Peach Garden made a singularly bad one heavily coated with green mayo), but this one was pretty good! the tiger garoupa HK steamed 港蒸 with light soya sauce was excellent as expected. In the absence of Chee Hong, our undisputed chief fishhead eater, I had the honour to conjure up the disappearance of the fishhead, being the next-in-line “ngeou” person around the table. Next on the menu was coffee ribs with yam basket. Tasty & the yam was suitably fluffy. Roast chicken was good. Skin was crispy & meat quite ok dabbed with some 5-spice salt. I would put Roland’s as better than this & Yuan Xing’s as worse.The scallop, broccoli, mushrooms & macadamia nuts was a very good dish.Both the chilli crab & butter crab were very good.The Sri Lankan Crabs were meaty & both the chilli (not spicy enough) and butter sauces were very good. The yee fu noodle, though run-of-the-mill, was a good ending to the sumptuous dinner. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)