[CLOSED] Shin Yeh

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * From a restaurant in a small alley off Shungcheng Street in Taipei, Shin Yeh has developed over the past three decades to become a cornerstone of the food industry in Taiwan. Founded in 1977, Shin Yeh today is a well-known name in Taiwanese cuisine. Direct from Taiwan and at its first outlet in Singapore, diners can now enjoy the tastes of these familiar Taiwanese traditional dishes. The restaurant, a joint-venture between TungLok Group and Taiwan’s renowned Shin Yeh Group, serves once-forgotten home-cooked fare rich in Taiwan’s gastronomic heritage and prides itself in its dedication to using only the freshest ingredients and finest culinary skills. The 300-seater outlet in Liang Court houses six private dining rooms (some equipped with karaoke facilities) and offers a perfect ambience for both corporate and family dining alike.

177 River Valley Road
#02-19 Liang Court
Singapore 179030

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I've always loved Shin Yeh, the food is hearty and feels like a home cooked meal but the fried oysters are an occasional treat for me. Well crumbed and fried, the body of the oysters remain fresh and juicy without drying out. Even without the added dipping salt, each one is a mini explosion of heaven in my mouth. Still one of my favourite comfort foods...

Bad customer service but food is decent. Tried their oysters egg, clams with chicken soup, tofu with veg, minced pork rice and fried rice.

The clams with chicken soup taste great.
The oysters egg is fresh.
Don’t bother trying the tofu with veg and minced pork with rice.

Remember to purchase chope voucher before going. They have 50% off vouchers.

Nice place for a chinese-style family dinner, with spacious private rooms for large families and good service, definitely a place to go for special occasions! Food was good too, especially the steamed fish and wasabi prawns 😋😋 They even allowed us to bring in our own durian cake, and accompanied with a huge display and longevity buns. Amazing view of the river from the private room, amazing food and amazing service 👍🏻👍🏻

$16 oh-jian! Expensive but delicious. Not much kueh (sticky starch), not really like those that are found along Taiwan night market food streets (which are usually doused with lots of sauce). Oysters are well cooked and at the right level.

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$8. The garlic sauce is used in many of Shin Teh’s dishes - it’s caramelised with garlic and sugar/ starch, very Taiwanese. Cucumber makes the pork roll much refreshing as an appetiser.

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Under Tung Lok Group is Taiwanese cuisine centred restaurant, Shin Yeh. Here for a reunion lunch and this Shark’s Fin broth caught my attention as it came with much crab meat and roe!