Daily: 11:00 - 14:30
Daily: 17:00 - 00:00
Located at Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 1, Kian Seng Restaurant offers a wide range of Chinese cuisine, such as their specialty roasted suckling pig.
I love their food and find them value for money.My family and i like to frequent this place for special or festive occasion.Their roasted duck,fish maw soup,fuyong egg,chilli crab,thai mango chickens are must-orders.The place is always fairly crowded with uncles smoking and chatting at night,but it is pretty easy to get seats though as the place is big.There is this very friendly aged uncle who takes order, he is very nice and give good recommendation and is not pushy at all.Thumbs up for his good service.However waiting time can be abit long on weekdays perhaps they have less chef on weekdays due to the crowd.
Went to celebrate my dad birthday. Preordered the 498 set as my dad liked suckling pig. For the price of 498 in a coffee shop place I expect a feast of good and gracious amount of food. But I am totally disappointed with the standard of food and the serving portion. I should have taken a photo of the food.
The taste of the shark fin is very watery. The cold dish is the smallest I ever seen. The rest eefumian is like eating rubber.The scallop with nai Bai is the tiniest scallop that any restaurant would serve. The prawn is so small and stingy , like those u fried
with vegetables. The only thing comforting is the suckling pig and fish in my personal opinion.
We expect a better taste and serving but definitely disappointed with the standard with Kian Seng. There are much better aircon restaurant that I ate before (Ban Heng Boon Keng) that serve better food and much cheaper for the same suckling pig set.
think it will be one and only last time to go there unless the standard really Improves.
It's a decent zichar restaurant in a humble corner along Ang Mo Kio Ave 1. The food used to be way better in the past. Despite standards dropping over the years, my family decided to head over to celebrate my father's birthday dinner last week. We ordered some chef's recommendations such as the Assam fish, coffee pork ribs and a few other itmes such as Thai sauce chicken, fish maw soup.
The good part: the fish maw soup was the most decent dish but it is quite expensive at $35 for a medium portion. The rest of the items, namely the chicken and pork had a frozen smell. The fish had a fresh water taste. Perhaps, the tastes were not to our palates but we expected much better food given our impression and expectations. Well, I guess this will be the last time my family will patronize this zichar place until the chefs do some about their quality of food.