Visit morning (10.05.2014),reached around 8.30am. Realised only 02 serving waitress managing more than 20-30 tables. ( management never expect crowd on a Sunday - mother's day?) The food serving was very slow,customer had to move near to serving station to make order. Some started to crowd at serving station and grab whatever food going to be push out. Staff started to lose control and serve whatever they can. Those waited to be serve from the pushcarts can't get any food at all. My family decided to leave the place with disappointment. The staff was asked to remove their 10% service charge due to their poor service & she duly comply. To the supervisor / manager - fail to plan,plan to fail! This is going to be my last trip there!
Established in August 2010 at the heartland of Toa Payoh, Swatow (汕头) Seafood Restaurant has built a strong base of followers till date. This is evident especially on weekends, therefore early reservation is strongly advised. You may be fortunate enough to have a seat without much of a wait as turnover rate is rather high too.
What's unique about Swatow (汕头) Seafood Restaurant is their duo offerings of Teochew cuisine and Dim Sum (点心). They do have Dim Sum Hi-Tea Buffet as well. I was here for Dim Sum on a Saturday morning and the restaurant was already overflowing with people at 9am.
Swatow definitely serves up quality Dim Sum (both presentation and taste)
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