Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Top Seafood @ Toh Yi Estate

This is a recent discovery. It is a place that we have been having many dinner when no one wants to cook. We find the food here quite nice and the price is very reasonable too.

Our cousins came over few days ago and we came to place to have dinner. The black KL Hokkien Mee. For those who loves the lardy taste, they sure are generous with it. Nice.

KL Hokkien Mee

The soup of the day, water cress soup.

Water Cress Soup

It's carbo day for all the carbo lovers. Fried Rice...

Fried Rice

We tried a few of the pork stuff, but still the pork rib King is the best. (We don't like their sweet and sour pork, haha..)

Pork Rib King

The sambal kangkong. It's very spicy and the wok hei's there.

Sambal Kangkong

The Fried Chicken Thai Style is also quite nice.

Fried Chicken with Thai Chilli

Top it all off, the last carbo of the night. A big plate of Hor Fun. (think we should have ordered the small instead. too much!)

Hor Fun

Everytime we pass by this place, there's always a long queue with people ta-powing their Hor Fun and other noodles. Most of the above are medium size, except Hor Fun large and two big bowls of soup. It was $67. It fed 6 adults 2 teens and 1 kid and we can't really finish. So order less carbo. :-)

Top Seafood
Corner coffeeshop at Blk 18
18 Toh Yi Drive
Singapore 590018

Sept 09 Update: This coffeeshop has 'changed management' and the stall here are not longer around.



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5 comments:

Life for Beginners said...

Oooh. The BLACK Hokkien Mee. With the LARDiest taste ever. Yums.

And a long queue is (usually) a good indication of the quality of the food, eh? :)

danny kwok said...

Slurp...makes me so hungry!!! Miss the hor fun!

brad said...

aye i always run by toh yi how come i dunno abt this. which coffee shop one? beside the community centre one? haha

aash said...

Great writeup on Singapore. I love the place too, especially its local food. Though it can be abit too spicy at times. Thats singapore tourism for you. =)

Keropok Man said...

LFB
There are usually two reasons for long queues:
1. nice food
2. the people preparing food very very slow.

:-)


danny,
wollonggong has no similar food? I think there should be right? maybe not as nice. LOL

brad,
yes, the one beside the Commmunity Club. ( i just realised they renamed all the CC as Club instead of Centre now. why? hmmmm)

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