Fa cai mei seafood

I do apologise for the delay in posts!

Been quite busy with the festive occasion and caught up with some school work as well.

Merry Christmas Everyone!! 🙂 Hope that this festive season did brighten up your year!

Anyway, the next place that I will be talking about .. well I would say is a new-found zhi char place that my parents found by chance, and hence .. it has been included in our list of  ‘favourite zhi char’ in Singapore. ..

This place is quite .. well driving there would be easy to get there! because it’s quite a  .. small corner off the main road .. but do look out for it or try it if you are in the vicinity!

The actual location

The actual location

This is the shop front

This is the shop front

we met up with aunty I .. and she had to contribute some dishes for her family’s dinner 🙂 (I think it’s quite a good concept that each sibling in their family takes turn to buy dinner for everyone ) So my mum recommended this place to her.  For our own dinner as well, we also bought back and we had :

3 types of egg spinach

3 types of egg spinach

Salted Egg Yolk Crab

Salted Egg Yolk Crab

Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork

Assam Fish

Assam Fish

Fish slices with vegetables

Fish slices with vegetables

The next dish that I would say is the signature dish and highly recommended especially if you like bean curd, would be this fried bean curd!

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Egg Bean curd with turnips

Egg Bean curd with turnips

Verdict:  5/5 of us definitely would return here to take away/eat again!

The food is very agreeable with all the fussy ones in my family!
The place is run by this couple, husband the chef and wife takes on the supporting role of waitress and cashier.

The crab  is very different from the other types of  salted egg yolk crabs I had . I would say different in a good way!  Because the meat itself is pretty succulent and yes the whole marinade is not too saltish for all my family members.

The sweet and sour pork is also quite decent. It is still ‘crispy’ despite being drenched in sauce.

The Assam fish was very well received with my parents! They said the sourness was just the way they liked it.

The vegetables both spinach and fish sliced one was very well done. The fish slice one had the ‘wok hei’ (the magnitude of the fire to cook the dish was just nice) and the other one’s ‘soup’ was pretty tasty as well. 🙂

I think it’s just this place, the menu always have new items? because the owner does try to come up with new dishes apart from his signature ones. I quite like that they are constantly trying out new things and would really make you want to go back there.

It is overall decently priced and affordable 🙂

 

Fatt Choy Mui Seafood Restaurant (发财妹海鲜)
Block 34 #01-86
Cassia Crescent
Singapore 390034

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