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Eastern House of Seafood Delicacy

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Eastern House of Seafood Delicacy provides affordable and tasty Chinese cuisine and it can be found in Chai Chee Drive.

Daily: 10:30 - 23:00

+65 91508172
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It's average - Tried because a well known blogger wrote about it.

Chai Chee is not a place a Westerner from Jurong would travel for food but being a foodie,  we did.

Food:  We tried the recommended crab in soy sauce with Korean vermicelli, wok bbqed squid, tempura prawns and french beans, assam fish head.  We added a "lai bai" vegetable.  The tastiest dishes were the "lai bai"  sauteed in garlic,  the tempura prawns and french beans.  I would pass on the crabs and the squid. Next time, I would order tempura style French beans only, without the prawns.

Value:  It's low priced food though, $80 for 4 pax.  The assam fish was on promotion at $13 per serving, fish was kinda fishy for me, but fresh.

Service:  It's a busy Friday but service was polite, quick and friendly, made better by Alvin, the co-owner of the busienss.

Ambience:  It's a coffee shop so dress down.

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It's average - Tried because a well known blogger wrote about it.

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Chai Chee is not a place a Westerner from Jurong would travel for food but being a foodie,  we did.

Food:  We tried the recommended crab in soy sauce with Korean vermicelli, wok bbqed squid, tempura prawns and french beans, assam fish head.  We added a "lai bai" vegetable.  The tastiest dishes were the "lai bai"  sauteed in garlic,  the tempura prawns and french beans.  I would pass on the crabs and the squid. Next time, I would order tempura style French beans only, without the prawns.

Value:  It's low priced food though, $80 for 4 pax.  The assam fish was on promotion at $13 per serving, fish was kinda fishy for me, but fresh.

Service:  It's a busy Friday but service was polite, quick and friendly, made better by Alvin, the co-owner of the busienss.

Ambience:  It's a coffee shop so dress down.
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