Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang Singapore takes the term ‘catch of the day’ very seriously indeed and serves seafood that has literally been caught fresh that day. Offering both lunch and dinner, you can expect to find a Western-inspired brunch menu during the day which serves large dishes designed to be shared, and authentic Chinese seafood at night – including the signature steamed seafood box. Located on Jalan Riang, a short walk from Serangoon MRT, it’s hard to find seafood this fresh anywhere else in Singapore. If you love fish as much as we do, then do yourself a favour and book a table at Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang today, but be warned, once you’ve tried it you may never want to eat anywhere else again.
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We enjoyed the fresh seafood very much and have a good time!
we were warmly served at ah huat kelong. my picky kids loved the fresh seafood, especially the XL clams.
Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang in Singapore is not only a Chinese seafood restaurant, it’s also a sea-based fish farm which consistently provides Serangoon and Singapore with high-quality, fresh seafood. This is farm-to-table like you’ve never seen it before. The Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang brunch menu boasts delights like fresh whole saltwater sea bass served with chips that’s designed to shared, as well as cockle laksa; clam salad; chilli crab pasta and European-style lemon butter green lip mussels which are all made using locally sourced ingredients. Feeling curious about dining here? You most certainly should be!
For dinner at Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang things take a much more traditional turn with dishes like steamed Cantonese sea bass and handpicked stir-fried mussels, and of course, the above mentioned steamed seafood box which includes seven different types of steamed seafood. Delicious. Located at Jalan Riang in Serangoon, we can’t recommend a reservation at Ah Hua Kelong @ Riang enough. The ideal choice for lovers of quality seafood and Chinese cuisine, this is one of the best dining experiences in town. What are you waiting for?