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Ban Leong Wah Hoe Seafood (万隆华和海鲜菜馆)

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While it's well-known for its chilli crab (which you can order as a takeaway dish), this zi char restaurant also has plenty of other staple offerings that keep diners happy. Complement your crab meal with prawn paste chicken, steamed soon hock fish or fried rice with salted fish.

Daily: 17:00 - 01:30

+65 64522824
$24 based on 53 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (20 votes), Children/Family (18 votes)
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We made a reservation at 6pm and arrived 5.55pm. Ordered our drinks first since half of the group has not arrive. At 6.08pm, we got rebuke by a fat lady for hogging the table. I was shocked by that rude treatment. The food is good tho, if I would ever visit that place again, I just hope that I don't have to see that f** face. 

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• 15 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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We made a reservation at 6pm and arrived 5.55pm. Ordered our drinks first since half of the group has not arrive. At 6.08pm, we got rebuke by a fat lady for hogging the table. I was shocked by that rude treatment. The food is good tho, if I would ever visit that place again, I just hope that I don't have to see that f** face. 
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• 22 Nov 2014 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Does not live up to the hype?

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Food was salty for most of the dishes and the crab was a disappointment. The sauce had too much cornflour and was too sticky, and you guessed it ...salty. It looked quite small for a 1kg, the meat was difficult to get off and the cost was 45. The prawn paste in the chicken wings was barely there. Pork ribs tasted ok but was slightly bland.

Food tried: Chilli crab + mantou, Fried prawn paste chicken wings, pork ribs, claypot tofu, chilli kang kong

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• 04 Jul 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

no transparent price on menu! felt cheated

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I came abt a month before for 2 pax, and I ordered vegetables small at $6, and chicken prawn paste for $6. Knowing that it is affordable, I brought my parents here. However, I asked for small veggies, they said don't have $6 but $8 is small! I asked for chicken wings, they said min is $8! I was so surprised and mentioned that how can the pricing different over a month! No one give me an explanation! They should be transparent on the menu pricing! If not there's like chance we shld complain to Case.
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