Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Seah Street Deli Part IV

Dropped by for a quick dinner at Seah Street Deli once again. This place is almost becoming a second home to me and my gf. Tried out something different this time round though.

Quesadilla Prawn Rolls

We opted for the Quesadilla Prawn Rolls over the chicken variant as we were informed by our waitress that it was a limited time offering only. Country pumpkin me has never tried any form of Quesadilla before so I really didn't know what to expect. The quesadilla came across as being made from flour and then pan fried till a little crisp on the outside yet chewy and moist on the inside. Wrapped around prawns and topped with sour cream and guacamole, the entire dish had the makings of a great finger food.

Texas Burger

My first time ordering this and I found it immensely huge and overwhelming. I was actually afraid of beef after struggling to finish it. It was so filling that I had to leave most of the bread untouched. I finally appreciate the adage that good things come in small packages. Overall still worth a try but certainly not as good as the Seah Street Burger I had the last time.

Fish & Chips

Now this was rather disappointing, with the fish rather fishy and the batter a tad too thick for my oily. Plus side was its size though, but how much can you eat if its not exactly very appetizing?


As usual, dinner didn't cost us much, standing at about $32 after discount.

Final Verdict:

Value for money:6.5/10 (without discount)


Address: #01-22 Raffles Hotel

Contact: 63371886

Opening Hours: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm (Sun - Thurs) 11:00 am to 11:00 pm (Fri, Sat & eve of public holidays)


Anonymous said...

u can try chatterbox of meritus mandarin ..

fatpig said...

I've eaten there before. $25 chicken rice just doesn't cut it for me lol.

Anonymous said...

try their Reuben sandwich — its made of beef pastrami laden with sauerkraut, wholegrain mustard and Swiss cheese on rye – yummilicious