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Telephone
6758 3168
Introduction
Mayim's menu includes exquisite delicacies of both Southern and Northern Chinese cuisine to titillate your senses, including dim sum, roast pork and Si Chuan Vegetables. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 22:00
Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Public Holiday
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.mayimfood.com
Signature Dishes
Dim Sum Roast Pork
Review (27)
This has to be one of the best deal I enjoyed in 2014 Mayim Chinese Cuisine is located in Northpoint Shopping Mall. We had two good hours to wait before the movie's screening at Yishun Golden Village, so we decided to try Mayim's Buddha Jump Over the Wall and Whole Abalone Set Dinner Menu.Mayim is usually packed with shoppers over the weekend, naturally as people started to enjoy sit down dinner after their "retail therapy". You have to be prepared to wait if you arrive after 7pm during the peak period, especially weekends or Public Holiday. We waited for a good ten minutes before we were ushered to a table for two. There was a long queue behind us.This Set Dinner Menu was really awesome. I will introduced each of the dish.Buddha Jump Over the WallThis came by default with the set. They did not compromise on the quality though it was part of a set dinner. The original a la carte price was S$28. It was served hot and the Chinese soup consisted of all the goodies you can imagine such as slice abalone, dried scallop, fish maw, mushroom, shark's fin, sea cumcumber, chicken pieces, dried bamboo shoots and chinese ham. I really love it!!!New Zealand Deep Green AbaloneThis also came by default with the set. Each of us was served a whole piece of abalone. The abalone was from New Zealand and it was very tasty, chewy and amazing. The original a la carte price was S$35. I really love it!Stewed Sakura deep sea King Prawn with flavored bean threadThis dish is under Mix & Match Menu which you can select from a listing of dishes as part of the set. The prawn was not as huge as the menu photo but it was very fresh and the skins were easily peeled from the prawn. The bean thread was delicious. I wish they had served more bean thread.Golden Prawn Coated with Mayonnaise SauceThis dish is is under Mix & Match Menu which you can select from a listing of dishes as part of the set. The prawn was fried to the right texture (golden colored) and coated with mayonnaise sauce for the perfect taste!Golden Fried Scallop stuffed with cuttlefish paste in spiced saltThis dish is under Mix & Match Menu which you can select from a listing of dishes as part of the set. The scallop was huge and enclosed with the "capsule". The external of the "capsule" was covered with cuttlefish. This is the perfect seafood experience when you combine scallop and cuttlefish together!Chilled Mango Pudding with StrawberryThis chilled dessert came by default with the set. There were real slices of mango hidden inside the bowl of mango pudding as you digged in. A good comfort food to wrap up for the dinner!Overall, we enjoyed our dinner very much. The total worth of the dishes was really more than what you would have paid for, compared to if you have ordered the dish separately. The quality of the food were high. The waitresses' customer services were reasonable as they were too busy serving a crowed and packed restaurant. We would definitely make a return trip. continue reading
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Had been to Mayim before, I wanted to visit it again. Chinese theme Restaurant, the decor was spacious and traditional. Woody furniture in basic, I like the overall atmosphere.Cutlery was arranged nicely on the table, with Menu beside. The variety was plentiful, each dish had its own picture. Dishes looked attractive with affordable prices, the presentation of the Menu was neat and proficient.I ordered a healthy small pot of Tea. Nothing much special, it was nourish and refreshing. Not too sweet, it was good for cure heatiness. Handmade noodles here were smooth while did not stick to teeth. The soup was slightly thicker yet the taste was sweet and delicious. The pork was all right, flavourful and stretchable. As conclusion, the food at Mayim was of a good standard and coupled with wallet-friendly price, I like the place. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-01
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This restaurant runs quite a brisk business during the weekend as there is Dim Sum available. One can see a lot of families having meal together.Congee with Barley & Mashed Carrot ($2.80)Does not really like this as it tastes too much of MSG. Even little JJ does not want to eat it.Steamed Vermicelli Roll with Barbequed Pork ($4.20)The skin is quite smooth, but the pork is quite average.Steamed Glutinous Rice with Chicken in Lotus Leaf ($2.80/ pc)Feel that it is a bit dry at some parts.Steamed Dumpling in 'Teochew' Style ($1.30/ pc) (Minimum order of 2 pieces)The skin is very thin and chewy, and full of chopped chives inside.Steamed Pork Dumpling with Mushroom topped with Fish Roe ($1.30/ pc) (Minimum order of 2 pieces)Tastes quite juicy and meaty.Golden Fried Pastry of Preserved Beancurd Flavoured with Chicken ($1.30/ pc) (Minimum order of 2 pieces)The skin is very QQ and chewy. The filling inside is very flavourful.Overall the food tastes average. Quite difficult to get the attention of the staff as they are very busy. continue reading
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菜谱 Menu If anyone of you are staying around north area and would like to have a family day out e.g. On a Sunday to dine, I would strongly recommend you guys to try MAYIM which is located at Northpoint Shopping Centre.Initially, I have this stereotype thinking that restaurant in a mall would be expensive and standard would be so-so. But Mayim changed this concept of mine, not only that i find the pricing is reasonable since its main dishes is usually below < $10, the food is tasty as well! It's so value-for-money, it amazed me!One look at the menu, you will find a wide range of variety being offered, as they have noodles such as Ramen, Wanton Mee, White Rice, Fried Rice, Porridge, and 2 pages of dim sum to spoil the foodie for choices! Speaking of it, I am hungry again! As I am dining with my parents, my dad decided to order something heavy like the fried rice as seen above and Hor Fun to be shared and eat among us.The must ordered i would say is the KIMCHI! Especially those kimchi lovers out there. You must try their chinese-style of kimchi ! The combination of the cabbage and sweet and spicy sauce is simply perfect. We can go on and on by simply eating the kimchi alone. Since the kimchi is FREE-FLOW and count by 50cents per head. Why not!? So friends, next time when you past by Northpoint and would like to find a restaurant to go. I strongly recommend Mayim to you continue reading
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Level2 2013-05-25
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This chinese restaurant served rice, noodle, porridge, dim sum.....something like Crystal jade. Me and my aunt came here for noodles! She ordered Dan dan mian in soup and I ordered their dry roast pork noodle. At first we wanted to order fried rice, but the customer next to us had a very very big dish of it, and I guess it was too big for us! We ordered another jellyfish appetizer.The jellyfish appetizer consisted of shredded chicken, sliced carrot and jellyfish..was served cold, nothing very special about this dish. The Dan Dan mian was very big bowl. It covered with a lot of sesame and really had a strong taste of it. I wondered if it was a sesame soup? Minced pork was placed at a side so you can mixed it well before eating. Besides, soup was a little spicy. The roast pork noodle looked like any of the hawker stall's noodle,did not attract me but I was wrong! It was very delicious. The meat was not fat, and skin very crispy. One thing good bout this restaurant was it offered different kind of chilies for the customer. I really enjoyed the green sliced chilies while eating roast pork noodle. It was crunchy and very fresh. Unfortunately, they didn't served free water but cost $0.30. We might as well pay more for the refillable tea, $1.20 per person. continue reading
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