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Beng Thin Hoon Kee Restaurant (Raffles Place) (茗珍奋记菜馆)

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Address: #05-02, OCBC Centre, 65 Chulia Street, 049513
Beng Thin Hoon Kee is a chinese restaurant that serves delicious signature Hokkien dishes, in a comfortable environment, and with decent service.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 65337708
$48 based on 25 submissions
Dinner (11 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (11 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (10 votes)

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Nice Simple 3pax Dinner

See my full revies & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/02/simple-nice-dinner-beng-thin-on-1june2014/

went back to being Thin for dinner. we only 3pax, so just ordered their signature dishes = oyster egg, crabmeat fishmaw soup & sea cucumber duck. 
was last here for a 10pax dinner on 23.12.2013, was pretty ok too, satisfying.
#1 the crabmeat fishmaw was a bit low on crabmeat. somehow it was not as tasty as before. 
#2 the orh jian (蚝煎) – very crispy oyster egg – was every bit as enjoyable (as always!) so much so i decided to try it at home myself. 
#3 sea cucumber duck was also great. duck meat was soft not sinewy & sea cucumber & soup combination with the duck was quite good. there was a bit of tomatoes & celery. great dish. 
there was a 15% discount for UOB cards. we paid S$77 nett after discount, quite ok for the 3 substantial dishes for 3pax.

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• 10 Feb 2016 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overpriced and food just not good enough

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Service was good, but food aint. We paid $435 for 6 pax for a chinese dinner set meal for 6 + another 2 side dishes
 We had 8 dishes:
 1) Yu Sheng
 2) Fish Maw Soup
 3) Fried Cod Fish
 4) Prawn
 5) Fried meat roll / Hai Zhou
 6) Hokkien noodle
 7) Kong ba Bao
 8) Oyster Omelette (add on)
 9) Dessert of almond tofu
 
 Sounds like alot right? Each pax probably had a bowl of soup, 2 piece of hai zhou, 1 bowl of noodle, 1 piece of prawn, 1 piece of kong ba bao, 1 small piece of fried cod fish and shared the oyster omelette.
 
 
 I understand it might be more expensive cause it is chinese new year, but the portion first of all is small and 2ndly the food really isnt that great. Food were served cold, oily and taste werent that good at all.
 
 Really wouldnt recommend based on the pricing, but even if it is not chinese new year, i would have 2nd thoughts going for a simple meal.
 
 Beng Hiang previously which was located at telok ayer was way way better and price is much lower.
 
 Reviewing this restaurant as a neutral. Really unable to find any positive points other than the service.
 Food is a goner.
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• 28 Sep 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Bad service and unhygienic waiters

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Restaurant gave us a table for 10pax right under an aircon with a strong draft. Ordinarily this would be a big problem except that the vent was blowing strong cold air directly at the glass rotating table! Repeatedly highlighted our concerns to the waiter in charge but she simply said that nothing could be done.

I wonder whether any of the restaurant staff would find dining under the same conditions acceptable to them. Our hot food would get cold in less than a minute or two.

If it was just that I would have probably held off on a review.

Unfortunately I spotted their waiter dropping a serving knife that was to be used on one of our dishes on the floor. He simply picked it up and used a tissue paper to clean it rather than getting a new knife. He obviously thought that nobody saw his mistake. After I told him to change the knife he said "yes I know" and he put on a very unhappy face for the rest of the evening.

The food and price was average, nothing special. But you should keep away from the restaurant because of the terrible service and hygiene standards.

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• 02 Jun 2014 • 350 reviews • 1 follower

Nice Simple 3pax Dinner

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See my full revies & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/02/simple-nice-dinner-beng-thin-on-1june2014/

went back to being Thin for dinner. we only 3pax, so just ordered their signature dishes = oyster egg, crabmeat fishmaw soup & sea cucumber duck. 
was last here for a 10pax dinner on 23.12.2013, was pretty ok too, satisfying.
#1 the crabmeat fishmaw was a bit low on crabmeat. somehow it was not as tasty as before. 
#2 the orh jian (蚝煎) – very crispy oyster egg – was every bit as enjoyable (as always!) so much so i decided to try it at home myself. 
#3 sea cucumber duck was also great. duck meat was soft not sinewy & sea cucumber & soup combination with the duck was quite good. there was a bit of tomatoes & celery. great dish. 
there was a 15% discount for UOB cards. we paid S$77 nett after discount, quite ok for the 3 substantial dishes for 3pax.
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