had 2pax dinner with wife at ah yat grandstand on 20.3.2019. ^^
didn’t come here for a while.
business seemed to have drop, not many tables occupied.
food still good, prices gone up a bit.
razor clams garlic steamed was good as usual. relative to other restuarants which charge S$10-S$12, this price is good, but at a time it was just S$4.80, and a razor clam shouldn’t cost this much…
the server said i had not been here long time and price only went up S$4 from S$38. i laughed.
it was really good! tanhoon so super tasty!
i must do my prawn tanhoon again la…
and we had like 8 pieces of crab legs, which were fresh and meaty and tasty..
good stuff for the price…
live lobster price gone up to S$39 from S$29.80. of course even at S$39 it is a lot cheaper than most restaurants which charge S$60+.there were 2 dead lobster on ice, so we inquired.
satisfied that the lobster was fresh, we ordered that (in many western or newton circle or bbq restaurants, its always on ice, and in markets we buy fish and prawns all dead).
the lobster turned out beautifully, fresh, bouncy, sweet. wife and i couldn’t tell any difference from what we usually eat. i guess we took a risk if it had turned out poorly but still edible…
and steamed with superior stock 上汤焗was just perfect!
the best deal here really the bull frogs 田鸡.
i mean even here at ah yat, a lala dish would cost .S$10 and in many zi char and restaurants S$18.
and the ginger onion frogs 姜葱炒here is first class, better than most restaurants and zi char.
dinner was S$112. of course this could feed 3 or even 4pax.
and lobster and alaskan crab are expensive stuff.
a really satisfying and enjoyable dinner. slurp!
Ah Yat Seafood @ Grandstand
Daily: 11:30 – 14:30
Daily: 17:30 – 22:30