Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Dining with Nature at Long Jiang Chinos # Singapore Blogger

There are not many places in Singapore where you can dine at a scenic environment surrounded by nature. I was actually quite pleased when I had the opportunity to be away from the hustle and bustle for a moment of quietness and to do what I enjoy.


Long Jiang Chinos is just the right place to relax my mind. Talking about the menu, it comes with a wide spread of tantalising traditional and modern Chinese food specialising in fresh seafood dishes. definitely a wise choice to spend your day here.

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The steamed razor bamboo clam is unlike the usual razor bamboo, it is steamed with French black garlic sauce instead of the normal garlic seasoning. The original taste of the seafood has a tinge of sweetness, using the stronger flavoured black garlic, it complements ideally as a whole. You can watch the video to find out how the chef handled the razor bamboo so well that it doesn't contain any sand residues inside. 

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One of the old classics that I like is the ‘Teochew' style braised pork belly with crispy shredded yam. I don’t usually take fatty meat so as to maintain my body fitness, but I can’t resist on this one. The thickness of the lean and fat is perfect with the sauce locked in the meat is absolutely delicious! I have eaten more than what I should, guess I have to run a few more rounds to burn off the excess calories. 

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As all the seafood are live from the tanks, the marble goby in clay pot style old sixties golden stock is a must try. One of their signatures, the stock is made up of several premium quality ingredients boiled for 8 hours to create this bright colour. The taste is priceless, it has a complicated blend of savoury and natural sweetness that lingers on your tastebuds long enough before you take another spoonful.

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Long Jiang Chinos
Address : 81 Lorong Chencharu #01-06/07, Yishun, Singapore 769198.
Tel : +65 6757 7887

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

<Singapore Blogger> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_SEsBlhu8o

16 comments:

  1. Nice view! Steamed razor bamboo clam looks so big omg!

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    1. its even bigger in real life hahaha

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  2. Live seafood is the best, the taste will remain on your mouth for an hour.

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  3. Why they call it Hakka Taufu hor...?

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  4. This food so traditional. Anyway every time I ate Chinese food, I wonder where are the ingredient came from? How come it was called fresh since it was imported hmm

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  5. I can smell braised pork belly from here. At my hometown, there are old lady who really expert on this. I am so lucky can taste her food. But in this restaurant looks worth to try also..

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    1. You so lucky. At my home town no one expert on this huhu

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    2. alaa, nowdays so many restaurant can cook better than auntie hahaha

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  6. I felt guilty eat live seafood, but if they cook it nice, I forgot hahah

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    1. you weirdo! hahaha just a food ma..

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  7. Fried fish with soup & taufu definitely spectacular taste. The soup color itself can tell how it taste like. Nice.

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  8. How they make crispy taufu? look interesting!

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  9. Some food so simple but nice. This restaurant serve seafood so Chinese style, I dont know how it taste but I love to try someday.

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  10. Ashley always pose with new outfit hor..so style

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  11. The location is perfect! Sea, wind, seafood OMG!

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  12. The taufu is so juicy inside..omg!

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