Nomin Seafood Restaurant

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Nomin Seafood Restaurant

Post by dBs™ » Mon Nov 17, 2008 9:03 pm

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NOMIN SEAFOOD
No. 31/33 Teck Chye Terrace
Singapore 758382

Tel : 6286 3291

Operating Hours : 11am to 11.45pm daily


I did not know this restaurant is so famous when I stepped in.
Sat down ..flip though the menu ... took us quite awhile to decide what to eat.
Trust me ... the variety of food can take you a good 10 mins just to browse.
Look around the restaurant ... there's plenty of "advertising" on the wall.

Decided to try the Wine Seafood Claypot.
The soup base is good. I don't know what kind of wines they put into the soup but they
were all in those type of Chinese porcelain bottles as seen in the posters around the restaurant.
I could make out the taste of Tang Kwei and there were of course the wolfberries in the soup too.
It is served with a seafood platter consisting scallops, 3 big prawns, frog legs, sea cucumber, fish,
flower crab, vegetables, golden mushrooms and some kind of meat ball combination.
I must say that the soup base was good but I won't go to the extent of saying it's perfect.
It would have rated higher if all the seafood were fresher. ::x:

We tried 2 other side dishes.

The mini abalone was a mistake.
The dried abalone was not cook throughly.
It's slightly soft on the outside, the center is hard as stone. :(
Luckily ... the spinach was good.

Simon tried the Chicken in wine.
I took a sip of the soup base ... very salty.
The meat ... it's precook thus loosing the tender juicy "X" factor.

$32 for a seafood spread with a good wine soup base ... it's worth the dollar kinda serving.
Just wish the rest of the seafood other than the king size prawns were fresher.
It will be a perfect combination.

dBilicious Index : 2.5/5


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