Jumbo up on dim sum at JUMBO Seafood

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    Deep fried yam spring roll, Pan-fried sweet corn bun with prawns

    Many of us may have gone to JUMBO Seafood for their chilli crab but did you know that the seafood restaurant also serves dim sum?

    Well, they do. In fact, JUMBO Seafood at NSRCC Changi is now adding new dim sum items to its menu — 18 to be exact. Made in Teochew and Cantonese styles, the new items are prepared a la minute. The new offerings include traditional Teochew Steamed Sweet & Savoury Glutinous Rice Roll (S$4.40 for 4 pieces), Deep Fried Yam Spring Rolls (S4.40 for 4 pieces), Chef’s Special Baked Crispy Milk Encrusted Char Siew Bun ($4.30 for 2 pieces) and Braised Fish Maw with Prawn Paste (S$7.30 for 4 pieces). Aside from the savoury mains, desserts are also on the menu such as Pan Fried Glutinous Coconut Rice Cake, a handmade specialty available only during the Chinese New Year period. The new dim sum dishes are created by Chef Fong Tak Keung (方德强), a chef for over 45 years.

    Traditional Teochew steamed sweet savoury glutinuous rice roll, Steamed traditional Teochew rice dumling with dried shrimps and peanut
    Steamed bamboo pith & scallops dumpling in soup, Braised fish maw with prawn paste

    JUMBO Seafood is located at 10 Changi Coast Walk, National Service Resort and Country Club (NSRCC), Singapore 499739. To make a reservation, call 6552 3435.

    Jumbo Seafood
    10 Changi Coast Walk
    SAFRA Resort, Singapore 499739
    Tel : 65523435

    Operating hours:
    Monday to Saturday
    Lunch : 11.30am – 3pm (last order at 2.15pm), dinner : 6pm – 11pm (last order at 10.15pm)

    Sunday & P.H.
    Lunch : 10am – 3pm (last order at 2.15pm), dinner : 6pm – 11pm (last order at 10.15pm)



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