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(Closed) Jing Dian Seafood

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Jing Dian specializes in seafood. They have 3 private rooms with KTV, seating 12, 20 or 30, and the main restaurant, together with their al fresco setting, can hold around 200 people.

Mon to Sun: 11.00am - 10.00pm

+65 63689377
$31 based on 14 submissions
Children/Family (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes)
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This is the first time we are having our group Lo Hei in Jing Dian. A couple of us do not eat seafood. The boss offered  a la carte options for us during this festive season  We had 4 dishes which was great value for $. The Marmit chicken is a must try. I was tempted to even have another portion for take away.  An overall good experience with friendly and polite staff.   

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• 20 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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This is the first time we are having our group Lo Hei in Jing Dian. A couple of us do not eat seafood. The boss offered  a la carte options for us during this festive season  We had 4 dishes which was great value for $. The Marmit chicken is a must try. I was tempted to even have another portion for take away.  An overall good experience with friendly and polite staff.   
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• 20 Feb 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The boss of the usual place we hold our CNY dinners has taken over this restaurant therefore this year we held it there. Food was as good! Seafood was fresh! Great service from the staff. Must try dishes - deep fried salted egg calamari, prawn paste chicken and chilli crab.
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• 12 May 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

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On mother day's eve afternoon, we ordered a set meal include the Signature dish- lobster porridge and a few side dishes. All the dishes are relatively satly.

The place is not cooling at all and is relatively warm.(Dont know if the aircon not functioning well).

The service of the waitress was poor too. The reason begin when we were ording food, we asked her any good recomment for dishes or the price, she just told me to look at the menu which was not with me. No plate was changed till asked. No tea was top up till asked.(During that time only 4 tables were occupied) 

 

 

 

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