Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Heng Ler Seafood @ Havelock Road

Last Sunday after church, we all went with a big group to this place in Havelock Road for lunch. We came here before, I think I took the photos before, but never posted them. The kids that was with us said, did not you take the photos already? haha.. It's located at 725 Havelock Rd, S 169647. Here's how the simple simple shop looks.



There's a lunch time combi that you pay $19.80 for 4 dishes. There's a list of 11 dishes in the list. Since we had so many of us, we took 2 sets, so we ordered 8 diff dishes. Here goes...

While we wait for the dishes, here's the peanuts. Very very simple stuff. But still taste good.



It's a place where you get rice served on these old old bowls.



Fried Egg with Oyster. It's a big giantic super fried egg with lots of crispy corner and oyster. This is delicious!



The usual Steamed Prawns



Sweet and Sour Pork.



Braised Bean Curd



Wrapped Chicken with ginseng. I like this. Actually I like any kind of wrapped chicken :-)



Fried Crayfish in Teochew Style



Steamed Fish. It's actually very big. Look at your keyboard. The plate is about the size of your keyboard.



Fried Vegetables with minced garlic.



Other things that on the list that we did not order, Pig's Liver Fried with spring onion, mussels fried with szechuan sauce and daily soup.



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6 comments:

eastcoastlife said...

S$40 for these 8 dishes? That's cheap.

mama bok said...

Wow..!! that's SUPER SUPER cheap..!! i've gotta come home.. and stay in Havelock area..!!

zhengning said...

Yeah, agree... Great deal, affordable for a poor kid like me! can go makan. hahah.

Keropok Man said...

errr...

that's the price they state lah, 19.80.

but you got to pay for the Tea, Rice, and Wet Towels, Kacang. Usual charges lah...

But still good deal right?
8 course meal leh. hahaha...

tigerfish said...

I'm so caught up with the fried egg with oyster that I find hard to move on liow!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

This is what I call comfort food. Rice, simple veggies, steam fish, ginseng chicken, and egg dishes.

The crayfish looks really good.

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