It was the holidays and the family gathered for some yummy dinner. My sister chose to go to Taste Good Wonton Seafood Restaurant on Marine Drive. We made many jokes about their name since what if it doesn’t “taste good”.
There is ample parking right outside, but if all the spots are taken, there are some spots on the street. The interior has space for large groups and ideal for hosting. We went on a Saturday and there wasn’t too many people, but we still made reservations ahead of time.
Deep Fried Tofu is always a delight to devour. The smooth soft tofu inside is piping hot and the outside is very crisp and crunchy. A lovely combination of textures that match perfectly. Highly Recommended.
Sauteed Prawns with a satay sauce and green onions. Another ok dish. What I didn’t like about these types of dishes is how you had to peel off the shell before eating. Sometimes I get lazy and eat it with the shells. The shells are edible but some people don’t prefer it.
Fresh daily fish with seasonal vegetables. When we were ordering, they basically up sold us since we wanted some other fish dish, but they informed us the other dish is made from frozen fish.
The dish tasted fine and fresh. Nothing amazing or anything.
Deep Fried Crispy Chicken with Sticky Rice
It was a very interesting dish with layers of sticky rice and crispy chicken on top. I thought it was alright, but was a unique dish. Even the chicken wing is boneless and stuffed with the rice.
You need to order this dish ahead of time when you make a reservation. You won’t be able to get it if you don’t reserve.
The way my family described this dish was like chicken and rice nigiri. It does have the resemblance, but no Japanese influence at all.
Beef Brisket Hot Pot has lots of large chunks of the beef brisket. It wasn’t like the usual hot pot I was expecting, but it was a nice addition to the meal. I didn’t really drink the soup since it was a but salty.
This was some fish dish with tofu and vegetables. I can’t remember the name of this dish, but it tasted alright.
Red Bean Soup is always the classic item that ends off any Chinese meal. It had a thick consistency with hints of orange.
Overall, the place was alright and had a wide variety of dishes to chose from. My parents liked this place and the prices aren’t bad at all.
We Rate Taste Good Wonton Seafood Restaurant 豐澤樓:
620 SE Marine Drive