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(Closed) Taste Of Village

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AsianChineseSeafood
Address: 351 Changi Road

Remember the good old taste of the past years when u r still a child...the taste of home cooked food....a place where u can be comfortable and relax while having ur meal with ur family where everyone enjoys all the fabulous food and drinks....Taste of Village brings u back to the past where all family gather to savour the fine restaurant taste at amazing afforable prices.

Signature house dishes such as Curry fish head , Sea Mantis with salted egg york, Special stir fried crab, Claypot fish head with bitter gourd, and all assortment of seafood specially prepared for u will make u come back for more! highly recommended is the unique taste of the curry fish head...and sea mantis in salted egg york, even the Basic fried rice and noodles never tasted so good! its so full of flavour and "wok hei" a definite must try !

Master Chef Ah Pang is formally from Crystal Jade Palace who heads the kitchen in Taste of Village, he and his team of chefs will constantly create innovative new dishes that will leave u begging for more everytime. Ask for recommendations when you r there. Its restaurant taste at coffeeshop prices!!

Taste of Village...reminiscing the good old taste of yesteryear

Closed on Mon, Tue to Sun: 11.00am - 1.00am

+65 67484418
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Children/Family (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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Had a really nice steak here. It was more Medium Well than the Medium I ordered. However, that didn't matter at all as it was oh so tender. Served with crunchy chips (that I couldn't finish). I also got a Pepper Sauce on the side that was lovely. My friend had a Mixed Grill and was happy with it. Such a lot of food but he polished it off. Service staff were very friendly and came over a few times to make sure we didn't require anymore drinks. There was a opening promotion for those with Kids to have free kids meals. A great touch for families. They came around with a Dessert Tray which you could pick something from but we were just too full. Overall a lovely evening so we will be returning again.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Volcano Beancurd3 votes
  • Salted Prawn Nyonya Fish2 votes
  • crab vermicelli2 votes
  • Salted Fish Mince Pock1 vote
  • Salted Prawn Nyonya Fish1 vote
  • Smabal French Bean1 vote
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• 23 Jun 2012 • 9 reviews • 50 followers

Yummy dinner!

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Just had dinner at this restaurant (formerly Changi Seafood from Changi Village) so I'm not sure why it's flagged as "Closed" here. they opened at this new location about 12-13 days ago.

We were a table of 7 and so we ordered their special creamy salted egg crab, fried baby squid, stir fried roman lettuce with garlic, coffee pork ribs and the chilli lala.

The chilli lala came first and it was really tasty, especially going down well with steamed rice. Then came the roman lettuce with garlic, a simple yet fragrantly cooked dish.

These were just build up to the first star of the night - the coffee pork ribs. You could taste the slight bitterness of the coffee powder used in the marinate and it went really well with the rest of the sauce and the unbelievably tender pork ribs, which were de-ribbed first before cooking.

After this, came the star attraction - the creamy salted egg crab. slightly on the dry side (there wasn't much gravy), it was very very tasty! not too salty, it was almost sinful! we ordered a plate of fried mantou anyway to try to polish off what sauce there was! The only drawback was that this was easily the most expensive dish of the night (~S$68 for about 1.5kg), probably due to the increase in the market rate of crabs.

Lastly, came the fried baby squid. This should have come before the crabs but nevertheless, it was still polished off. The squids were tasty but the sauce a tad sweet. However, as this dish is not very common nowadays, it is still tasty enough to warrant a second go.

Definitely recommended if you are looking for some great zi car and seafood!

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• 11 May 2012 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Highly recommended!

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I usually go there with my family. My parents absolutely love their chili crabs. Its fabulous and great! They added lemon grass to the gravy which makes it very fragrant. Their other dishes such as volcano beancurd, beef with black bean sauce, fried lala Malaysian style are great too! Best of all, the prices are very reasonable, there is no GST and no service charge. Highly recommended!
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• 03 Jan 2012 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Very good crabs at Taste of Village

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Was there last week after purchasing the $25 for a 900g crab deal coupon.

Ordered 2 types of crabs - crab in vermicelli & the house specialty crab.

Was pleasantly surprised that the crab in vermicelli was so full of roe. The accompanying gravy was tasty. As there were other dishes, when left sitting for a long time, the vermicelli did not bloat or turn mushy. Dish was very rich (due to the roe) & very well done.

The next crab dish was their house specialty, which I had eaten in M'sia before, where it was called 'kum heong'. The crab meat tasted sweeter than the 1st, & was fresh too. The accompanying spice sauce was nice, but I think the one I tasted in M'sia was more fragrant.

The other dishes I ordered were - prawn in salted egg, fish slice in mee sua & hokkien mee. These were so-so. The hokkien mee was not the KL black fat noodle type, the black sauce is too sweet for my liking. There was big pieces of deep fried lard, but I would have preferred them to cut into smaller pieces for a more subtle taste.

Overall, we enjoyed the meal very much because of the crabs, which were great value due to the discount coupons. Prices of other items were reasonable zi-char setting prices.The bosses were very friendly too. Will certainly come back again to try their other specialty dishes.

 

 

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