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Ting Heng Seafood Restaurant

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Address: #01-03, 82 Tiong Poh Road, 160082
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 31 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), After Work (6 votes)

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Love the fresh ingredients that goes into the soup. Soup base is not laden with MSG so I didn't get thirsty.

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• 19 Jan 2016 • 421 reviews • 13 followers

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Love the fresh ingredients that goes into the soup. Soup base is not laden with MSG so I didn't get thirsty.
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• 05 Sep 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Reputation lost --- over some eggs

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I will NEVER patronise this restaurant again after my experience last night. We had ordered a Fu Yong omelette along with other dishes for supper. The char siew in the omelette tasted like it had been kept in a warm environment for too long and left an unpleasant somewhat sour after taste in my mouth.
 
 This was brought to the attention of the waitress who said she would check with the staff in the kitchen. Well, I guess she never did cause we were expecting a response to our feedback but never got one.
 
 When the bill came, we sgain highlighted our dissatisfaction with the omelette dish. At this point, another waitress took the dish to the kitchen. A few minutes late, she xame back and said that the cook haf sampled the omelette and found nothing wrong with it. So it boiled down to a battle of the tastebuds that we lost because we were made to pay $10 for something that we felt was not fit for consumption.
 
 To add d insult to injury, the waitress asked if we would like to have the much untouched omelette packed away! Thanks. But no thanks. Ten bucks is not a big deal but I reckon that's all their reputation is worth.
 
 Any restaurant that takes pride in what they serve would have promptly whipped out a fresh omelette for us --- after all, how much can couple of eggs with onions thrown in set the owner back? Otherwuse, we should not be mafe to pay it.
 
 So be forewarned if you're planning to eat there next time. They have not only ruined my supper experience but their own reputation as well ---- all because of some eggs :(
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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

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