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Owen Seafood Restaurant (奥运海鲜馆)

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The menu at this seafood restaurant is peppered with local Chinese favourites such as claypot soups, traditional-style Buddha-jumps-over-the-wall, deep-fried home-made beancurd and the signature fried crab with salted egg. The restaurant has a football theme and decor.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 68751895
$41 based on 21 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), Children/Family (6 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes)
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Value for Money! Fast Service!

Try their Bamboo Clam, is really fresh and I must say it is super worth it, I normally pay $12 per piece but over at Owen it is only $5plus per piece. The service was fast and staffs are friendly. Overall not too much to complaint as it is really value for money.

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• 06 Sep 2013 • 14 reviews • 13 followers

Value for Money! Fast Service!

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Try their Bamboo Clam, is really fresh and I must say it is super worth it, I normally pay $12 per piece but over at Owen it is only $5plus per piece. The service was fast and staffs are friendly. Overall not too much to complaint as it is really value for money.
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• 31 May 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Bought groupon voucher for Owen Seafood Restaurant for a birthday celebration for my dad. When the food was served, the portion is indeed small. Fish was dry. They accidentally served chic from other table, but just said this is a wrong dish and reprimand the stuff in front of us. The service is really poor and rude. Their geoduck is a good choice if you like seafood. Tasty and yummy. After all we will not return to the restaurant again.
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• 30 May 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

My family members got FOOD POISIONING after dining at this restaurant on Tuesday 28/05/2013

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We used to frequent this restaurant, but will choose not to after this incident. It causes us much pain and inconvenience due to their poor hygiene handling. Have to take MC from work for 2 days.
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