Mon - Sat: 17:00 - 23:30
Sun & PH: 12:00 - 00:00
A long-time favorite on the seafood restaurant scene, Jumbo began as a beachfront restaurant at East Coast and now has different restaurants scattered across the island. Nevertheless, the focus is still on preparing good Chinese-style seafood dishes. The black pepper crab and cereal prawns are perennial favorites.
The place was packed by 7pm , with majority of them non-locals and tourists. The bill came up to $500+ for a table of 9. We ordered food like seafood noodles, chilli crab with buns, steam fish, stir fried venison, baby kailan, baby squid, deep fried fish cake, fish otah, coconuts, cereal prawns. I thought the food was very average though the fish was huge at 1.2kg. Dish serving speed can be improved as our dishes were served staggered and not few dishes a time. So by the time the last few dishes came, everyone was full already
Had heard a lot about this place, before I decided to give it a visit. After a couple of visits, have decided not to go back.
Ordered sea food beancurd, broccoli with garlic, scallop with yam, venison and chilli crab. The scallop with yam was the only saving grace. The chilli crab was good, but nothing that I would not get elsewhere.
The service staff is anything but pleasant, and to add to it you have a cart with a dirty blue bucket moving around the restaurant, collecting used crockery.
Was not expecting fine dining, but definitely a better experience for the money paid.
Went for dinner yesterday.
Service was great and at attentive
Food service waiting time was not too bad .
My only complaint is that food serve to the table are not hot
Bamboo clams , steam crabs , scallops, youtiao are some of the dishes
Guess it is ready for a while but no one to serve ?
Am not sure and has feedback to the staff