Clementi has lots of good food. Besides the newly opened Clementi Mall, there is also the popular Clementi Food Centre and various coffee shops.
I recently had Tze Char at Ban Tong Seafood restaurant at Clementi ave 5, which is a few minutes walk from the train station. The food is generally good, and prices are what you’d expect from a typical tze char place.
We shared five dishes between the four of us, and we were so full after finishing everything.
Whilst Ban Tong Tze Char did a good job with its Prawn Paste Chicken (Har Cheong Kai), my favourite is still the one from Holland Village XO Fish-head Bee Hoon. There was a slight twist to the ubiquitous Hotplate Beancurd ($10) – it was done spicy. Even though I was perspiring all the way, I loved the dish!
I thought the Sweet & Sour Pork ($6) was only average. But at just six dollars for the small portion, it is certainly one of the cheapest amongst the tze char places in Singapore.
The highlight of the meal at Ban Tong Seafood Restaurant is definitely the Cereal Crayfish ($16 for small). What’s there not to like about de-shelled crayfish that is generously showered with cereal?
Which is your favourite Tze Char Stall in Singapore? Give me some recommendations!
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Ban Tong Seafood Restaurant
Blk 378 Clementi Ave 5 #01-334
Tel: +65 9047 9428