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2014-11-08 72 views
Red and white are the main theme colour, bright and classic furniture provides a very comfortable dining environment with private VIP rooms catered for private events. Tao Seafood Restaurant is geared towards more a fine dining with some trace of Thai cuisine combination of Teochew and Singapore origins dishes.The name “TAO” is derived from the name “Lao Tao”, a synonyms of foodies in the ancient Chinese, it is a name reflects well on their business on appreciation of great food, we are one of t
The name “TAO” is derived from the name “Lao Tao”, a synonyms of foodies in the ancient Chinese, it is a name reflects well on their business on appreciation of great food, we are one of the “Lao Tao” that invited to review the new menu that scheduled to be launched soon.
Our verdict, TAO Seafood restaurant may not a big restaurant but they are at least 15 chefs whipping out the dishes, we were surprised with the number of chefs involved but according to Adrian, this is to ensure the consistency of the quality since each chef only responsible for one to two dishes. Too many cooks may spoil the soup may have it logic.
We recommend the following dishes:
Crisp Fish Skin with Salted egg sauce $10
TAO Signature Soup with Premium Fish Maw and Crabmeat $68
Steamed lived Marble Goby (Soon Hock) with Preserved Radish – seasonal price
Stir Fried Fish Maw with Prawns $44
White pepper crab $6 per 100g
Pot Roasted Crab with Glass Noodles $45
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