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(Closed) June Eating House

AsianChineseSeafood
Located on Tanjong Katong Road, June Eating House serves Chinese Food.
Mon - Sun: 09:00 am - 02:00 am, Mon to Fri : 9.00am - 3.00am Sat : 9.00am - 3.00am Sun & Public Holi
+65 63450301
$12 based on 12 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), After Work (3 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (3 votes)
manni7298

Dinner @June Live Seafood

这周感觉过得异常的快, 兴许是因为所有人都去出差因此办公室人烟稀少相对自由的缘故吧, 转眼间便到了周五, 吃便又成为了心头一直惦念已久的主题. 位于Tanjong Patong的这家海鲜餐馆, 其貌不扬味道却绝对的吸引人... 美食地: June Live Seafood 地址: 315 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437098

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14 Apr 2012 • 68 reviews • 0 follower

Dinner @June Live Seafood

这周感觉过得异常的快, 兴许是因为所有人都去出差因此办公室人烟稀少相对自由的缘故吧, 转眼间便到了周五, 吃便又成为了心头一直惦念已久的主题. 位于Tanjong Patong的这家海鲜餐馆, 其貌不扬味道却绝对的吸引人... 美食地: June Live Seafood 地址: 315 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437098
13 Dec 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Good food, Good place

I agree with the previous review. This place brings you back again and again. They have very good and inexpensive food. I have been a loyal and pretty regular customers since years ago and I always go back for the same dishes. Also get to try most of their new dishes over the years and they are pretty good too.

I typically favour their all-time favourite assam fish head, deep fried pork knuckles, four season french beans with fried shrimps, June's specialty toufu and hotplate toufu (with some spiciness), original calamari, prawns/calamari with salted egg yolk. The marmite chicken is also pretty nice (I think Aussies might like). Have also tried their herbal frog soup and all I can say is YUMSS! The soup is rich and pretty thick and you can somehow feel the nourishments just by drinking (or maybe it's just me and my weird senses but hey, the soup is really rich!).

There are just too many good dishes to be named but those I mentioned are the typical few. Trust me, this coffee shop zi char has the longest list of dishes and you'll often be spoilt for choice. They'll sometimes add new dishes on their menu so you have to try them out yourselves when you get the chance! Recently, they have also added steamboat and fish head steamboat on their menu. I don't know if they are as nice as other dishes because I don't think they are specialize in steamboats, but it's harmless to try new dishes right? Would definitely try it some day and write a review for that.

 

 

 

 

01 Mar 2010 • 1 review • 28 followers

Must Goooo

Ordered a bunch of food during lo-hei season for my family. I have been visiting June for the past year or so. Been a fan of its pork knuckles and salted fish fried rice.

- Pork Knuckles

- Black Pepper Beef Teriyaki

- Prawns with Salted eggs and Pumpkin sauce... See more

- Hokkien Mee

- Salted Fish Fried Rice

- Pork with Salted Fish in Claypot

- Chicken with Yam in Claypot

- "3 kind of eggs" Soup

- 4 seasons beans

- Signature doufoo
10 Aug 2009 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Pork Knuckles

One of the more enjoyable things we often take for granted in Singapore is the opportunity to have great food in open air at value. You add good compay and June's pork knuckles, the place beckons you again and again (until you visit your cardiologist).

Situated at a coffee shop next to a studet hostel and diagonally opposite the famous Nasi Lemak store along Tanjong Katong Road sits Junes Eating House. Its primarily an open air corner coffee shop ala Zhe Zhar. To me this is great ambience as a variation to fine dining restaurants. Open air, soak in the local scene.

I like their deep fried pork knuckles - marinated in aniseed and various other spices deep fried to perfection. Crispy outside, juicy inside (the meat and the fats) Down it with a beer - heaven calls. The others on the menu are also worth the while. Its a very typical Malaysian style cooking - authenticaly keeping the natural flavors of the ingredients - whether it is the kangkong belacan or the house speciality taufu or the asam fish head or the chili crab or the har cheong kai (shrimp paste chicken) - this place has it all.

The other best part if this place is parking. Its free in the evenings on the road side and if you cant find one, there is a huge HDB lot behind the restaurant (enter via the road next to the petrol station)

The pricing is very much the Zhe Zhar pricing - expect to pay $50 for 4 pax.
09 Aug 2009 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Good food

Dedicated to MN & ice first...solely for heterosexual guys, d*** eye candy place...so many China ladies on their way to Tian An Men...super view!!!! second..food review small place, near Tiong Bahru Market area...so 3 minute ride from office rice - not too oily as i want it to be...slightly fragrant but not the best. chicken - didn't get if these are really kampong "reared" but tender enough, portion for 2 was reasonable. Thai style chicken feet - my friend liked it. i skipped gizzard - think not much difference in taste soup had some cabbage...but mostly MSG to me. Chilli / giner / black sauce - fair. nothing fantastic face towels must be bought...but can say not interested to buy overall - can do lah...put in the eye candy factor, don't have to travel all the way to area G for chicken...sorry i meant chicken rice