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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
$28 based on 27 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), After Work (6 votes)
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Late Night dining

Always on the lookout for late night dining for supper after work. Only tried the Zhi char. Food is ok. But will try the steamboat the next time.

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13 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Over-rated

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. 
26 May 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Okay..

I came here becos of the written reviews. Honestly its not as good as what the reviews said, maybe they have their name established and only target on frequent or foreign customers. Food is so so and a little pricey, not so friendly staff.
06 Oct 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Late Night dining

Always on the lookout for late night dining for supper after work. Only tried the Zhi char. Food is ok. But will try the steamboat the next time.
06 Oct 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Late Night Dining

Googled for late night dining and found this restaurant. Think they opened till morning (can't remembered if it's 2am or 4am). Sat outside. A no frills joint. Seems like every tables went for the steamboat, but we did not as we preferred Zhi char. Food came pretty fast and was decent. Nothing to rave about though. Will come back if I need dining alternatives beyond 10pm where most joints are already closed.
30 Jul 2013 • 245 reviews • 1 follower

simply good old-school homestyle cooking in the tiong bahru enclave

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  there’s something about this place that strikes me as being incredibly poignant, though I’ve never lived through the era this place seemingly ‘reminds’ me of – the area is incredibly old-school (which explains the new hipster occupants), and it’s seldom you get to eat in such a large uncovered space anymore. not fancy-shmancy at all – the sort of place you could bring the grandparents and extended family – and well-suited to any raucousness.

    they do cze-char and seafood dishes – but we stuck to their fish steamboat, which came quickly and with a broth intense with hours of cooking. their free-form meat and fish balls also deserve a mention – free-formed rounds of pale paste that cook up to bouncy, fresh specimens.   we also got a couple of cooked dishes (largely spurred on by seeing them delivered to the other tables) – a deep-fried spring chicken arrived with thin golden skin and tender meat; and our spare ribs had a great sauce dark with vinegar, though had too little meat and was both fatty and boney.     worth a visit – it makes for a great family dinner.