All posts tagged: Seafood

Ban Leong Wah Hoe Seafood 万隆华和海鲜菜馆 @ Casuarina Road

Super post dated entry – Ban Leong Wah Hoe Seafood 万隆华和海鲜菜馆 tze char at Casuarina Road is my bro-in-law’s ultimate favourite place for crabs. I find the freshness of the crabs similar to Momma Kong’s Crab Shack, but the crabs at Ban Leong are WAY bigger – check out the below pincer size! One time effort to de-shell with a lot of crab meat to enjoy with every part of the crab. I am not usually a fan of la-la but this la-la ($15) is zincy and fresh. The rest of my family loves it! Cereal Prawns ($20) are yummy – meant to be eaten whole, but I usually still de-shell it out of habit. Another one of my favourites – Chicken with Prawn Sauce ($10). Well cooked, not burnt and flavourful because of the prawn sauce. Deer Meat ($15) is also a usual suspect on our dinner table. Tender and well cooked with ginger, onion and spring onions. Both my FIL and I love vegetables, so we usually have 2 vegetable dishes. This time, we …

Grouper King Seafood Restaurant (大洋城) @ Shaw Towers

My cousins celebrated 2 of our birthdays at Grouper King Seafood Restaurant. They bought a deal online so we had free flow of Chinese dishes, including all sorts of fish at ~$35.90/pax. I checked online and they are running a similar deal now on Qoo10. The usual price is $59/pax. As the name of the restaurant suggests, they are known for GIANT Grouper fish!! There are a few mains like main Soups, Peking Duck that can only be ordered once, but otherwise, there are at least 40 ala carte items you can re-order.   Feasting… As you can see, we had a lot of dishes including many dishes of fresh fish (I assume is grouper!) cooked in many ways. Very good value for free flow seafood dishes with the deals for $35+ for dinner, and great for family gatherings for a big group. Do note that you have pay $3-$5 more per pax depending on the drinks package picked as well; they have ala carte and free flow drinks as well. — Grouper King Seafood Restaurant (大洋城) …

You Yen Seafood Restaurant

This was another recommendation by BK Asiacity, and we had You Yen @ Hua Hin for lunch before driving back to Bangkok to catch our flight home. You Yen was much less premium priced than Let’s Sea, even though it offers the same brilliant sea view. You Yen is a tiffany-blue colonial mansion, with its seating area expanded into the massive backyard. You Yen is a popular restaurant serving Thai cuisine, with many tables filled when we reached at an offpeak timing of 2pm. My favorite dish was the Deep-fried Seabass with Spicy Lemongrass Salad (470 baht). The fresh fish was fried till very crispy, and went very well with the spicy lemon sauce. Highly recommended.