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Ting Heng Seafood Restaurant

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Ting Heng Seafood Restaurant is located at Tiong Bahru and is famous for its Tze Char.

Daily: 17:00 - 04:00

+65 63236093
$31 based on 29 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), After Work (6 votes)
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Stumbled here after buying groceries and ordered the fried pig intestines, black pepper beef, and the hot plate tofu. All three dishes were great. The black pepper beef was up to expectations, but the fried pig intestines blew me away. The ultimate surprise was the hot plate tofu. Tofu was perfectly seared, lots of minced meat and a crispy egg. Absolute perfection. I'll definitely come back to try the steamboat and other dishes.

The HGW community like this place for...

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  • Pomfret steamboat1 vote
  • beef (for steamboat)1 vote
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• 26 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

overpriced geoduck

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Small portion of fried geoduck for $150! Small sri lanka crab about 600grams priced at $48 each!! Do not know how to steam a grouper properly, jus cut out a square c**** of meat at where the butt hole is and did not remove the internal organs cleanly, plus the grouper is steamed fully lying on 1 side and served with the head broken off!! No more next time for this restaurant!!
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  • Head broken off steamed coral trout aka seven star grouper
• 30 Jan 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Surprisingly good zichar

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Stumbled here after buying groceries and ordered the fried pig intestines, black pepper beef, and the hot plate tofu. All three dishes were great. The black pepper beef was up to expectations, but the fried pig intestines blew me away. The ultimate surprise was the hot plate tofu. Tofu was perfectly seared, lots of minced meat and a crispy egg. Absolute perfection. I'll definitely come back to try the steamboat and other dishes.
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• 13 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Over-rated

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I came here with my family for a dinner. The food was too salty (I felt really sorry for my kidneys). It wasn't just one particular dish that was salty, but 5 out of the 7 dishes that we'd ordered! They tasted like they've all been soaked in salt, esp the deer meat, frog's legs & the water-cress soup with hong kong fishballs. The staff seemed overly busy & inattentive. I'm surprised to see a large crowd of patrons on a weeknight, given the mediocre food. Maybe it's one of those "off" days for them, but my family & I will definitely not come back again, given our disappointment with the food. I'm surprised by the good written reviews here & I felt they're over-rated. 
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