Established in 1976, Red House Seafood Restaurant spcialises in seafood dishes. Every dish is prepared with precision and only the fresh ingredients so patrons can have a fulfilling dining experience. Well-loved dishes are kept on the menu while its updated with new additions to keep things fresh. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
15:00 - 23:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
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Signature Dishes
Chili Crab
Review (8)
Level4 2013-10-30
Won a $50 food voucher from Red House Seafood and only restricted meal at robertson Quay. What to order for 2 persons is not easy and keeping to the limit of $50. I went through the menu and to order fried rice costs $14 and it is too easy to exhaust the $50 voucher.To maximise the $50 and able to enjoy the most dishes, I ordered Yu Tian $8, Beef Fillet $16, Thai Chicken $14, add 2 bowls of plain rice at $1/each. Together with the tea/water/towel amounted to $3.80 and the final bill added to $51.30. This means we pay $1.30. The place is cosy as it is near to the riverside. The restaurant gets crowded towards the later evening. The waitress is proactive to clear the plate The dishes are tasty, not oily not for the Yu Tiao. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-03
I attended a post CNY Louhei lunch hosted by one of our vendors. We had the Yusheng dish first for louhei, after which seafood courses was served. A glimpse of what they served and how it taste.Braised mini abalone with broccoliThis is not bad, ingredients was fresh.Stir fry scallop & asparagus in XO sauceI liked this dish, the XO sauce was spicy and flavorful, scallop was huge and juicy..I had repeated serving of this.Smoked duckIt was badly 'mutilated' when the server placed this infront of me. Meat was dry and chewy...thumbs down.The signature chili crabThis tasted average, I didn't eat another serving.Lobster noodleThe dish looks impressive but the noodle was sticky and bland and the sauce is not nice...another failed dish.Service here was fast and prompt. Food quality was a hits and misses affair. I will not recommend this place to my friends though. continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-06
Red House Seafood Restaurant’s seafood hor fun is super yummilicous!! The hor fun is so smooth and thick and which makes you full. The gravy is really the highlight. The gravy is cooked to a thick gravy with eggs in it. The prawns and fish are also very fresh. My favourite condiment is the sotong! It is chewy and fresh and has a natural sweetness that comes with it. very hearty and satisfying meal! continue reading
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Level3 2011-09-15
For those of you who are unfamiliar, this is near the old Butter Factory, along Robertson Quay and Mohd Sultan.I am a lover of a chili crab or should i say I am a fan of seafood...so we have tried these as I pass by and its always crowded....Chili crab i really good at the same time their crab is so meaty....their steamed Seabass also a power super nice...but we order the buttered crab it's kinda totally different from what i expected coz i thought its like a creamy buttery style...but it came out for me is a bit dry....but still ok coz i love their chili crab... continue reading
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Level2 2010-11-15
Thanks to OpenRice and Red House, I got to try out the new dim sum menu (available during lunch and dinner) and their signature seafood dishes.Items from dim sum menu:1) Chili Crab Pau - filled with every bit of chili crab goodness (the sauce & crab meat) that oozes out upon your first bite. The chefs make the effort to cook the original chili crab dish, de-shell and fill each ‘pau’ with the sauce and crab meat.2) Char Siew Pastry- covered in a nice layer of baked to golden brown pastry, that’s flaky and not too heavy.3) Steamed Pork Rib with Yam - Usually served with just black beans and overly oily. Red House version of this common dish contains yam, adding fragrance and texture to it. Plus it’s not too oily and would do well with a nice bowl of rice.Signature dishes:1) Trio Combination of Chef's Signature Squid-A platter of grilled, bbq and stirred fried, three different style used. Nice starter to munch on, while waiting for the main seafood dishes.2) Red House Signature Chili Crab -Nice thick gravy on fresh and meaty crabs, which is a sweeter, more tomato / not over spicy. No worries to those who are trying it for the first time, pairing it with a nice plate of man tou… yums 3) Black Pepper Crab-This is by far, the spiciest I’ve ever had, almost teared. But you’ll get used to it after a while. If you like it spicy, definitely a must try! There’s a White Pepper Crab dish, if you are up for it.4) Creamy Custard Prawns - fresh prawns, covered in a nice thick layer of creamy sweet custard and finger licking tasty. Although i was wondering if adding curry leaves would enhance its taste.5) Spicy Seafood Combination -felt more of a thai styled curry, a nice mixed of seafood (prawns, fish, squid, scallop), goes well with the man tou we were having or a bowl of rice. 6) Sauteed Baby Kailan with Minced Garlic-glad to munch on this after so much seafood, the baby kalian were sautéed lightly with garlic, adding fragrance and very crunchy.Dessert:1) Yam Paste with Corn - I asked if I could try this and I would say, after that much seafood, it’s felt good to be able to have some dessert to end the meal. The usual yam paste is slightly chunky and mixed with sweet potato but Red House’s is a nice creamy yam paste with bits of corn, that adds on a natural sweetness and not too jelak. A nice mix (yam & corn), definitely a must try, for dessert lovers. My favorites and will be back for:- Chili Crab Pau- Steamed Pork Rib with Yam- Creamy Custard Prawns- Spicy Seafood Combination- Yam Paste with CornA nice place to arrange for family gathering / dinner or small corporate gathering (there were a few that day)... and you can walk off the meal by the river continue reading
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