With the nice atmosphere, away from the crowds and noise, dining at 60s Live Seafood would definitely be a enjoyable experience. A variety of Chinese food, friendly staff who were quick to serve and good value for money, this place is a good place for family dining.
Group of six ordered 13 dishes. Four dishes came out, then when we enquired where was the remaining food we were told the cook hadn't even started it. The staff were too busy making up dozens of bento boxes for outside catering. We were then asked if we wanted to cancel the remaining dishes as they couldn't prepare anything until they finished their catering order. Why take our order at all?
Can't rate the food as I never got to taste any.
3/10 was for the beer which was cold and served in iced glasses.
At least we were not charged for the food which came out and went cold while we waited for the rest of the meal, which never came. (only after complaining and stating that we were not paying)
My family and i have been going to this place every week for the past 2 weeks. I absolutely love that its a nice place away from the city. Instead of the usual western cuisine that dots all around bukit timah. this chinese seafood place is pretty darn good.
The mai pian toufu is uber yummy. crispy and soft toufu with deep fried oats. It isnt on the menu but you can order it and they will be happy to cook that for you.
the prawns are always nice and fresh. We've tried 2 different styles, butter and salted egg and both turned out very nice.
All time fav- sambal sweet potato leaf never fails to please the tastebuds. with 3 rather 'heaty' food, the bittergourd soup compliments it VERY nicely.
Ambience is tranquil, its always nice and quiet. Nice place to enjoy some peace and quiet with yummy comfort food and a jug of tiger beer.
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