From scorchingly spicy soups to creamy concoctions and ornate seafood platters, Wang Da Ye BBQ runs the gamut of Chinese cuisine as comprehensively as any place around Singapore’s Chinatown. Better yet, Wang Da Ye BBQ offer a funky setting (brightly coloured booths and creative caricatures on the wall make a unique ambience) and attractive venue (behind elegant shutters of a whitewashed colonial building on Mosque Street) that really shoot it well above the average Chinatown restaurant. This is a great place for group meals and special occasions – those aforementioned seafood platters, replete with juicy shrimp, fresh crabs and top quality shellfish, are the wise option here – but it’s just as satisfying for a solo lunch or casual dinner out, thanks to the wide selection of noodle dishes, soups, regional Chinese delicacies, delicious desserts, refreshing beers and much, much more at Wang Da Ye BBQ.
Nice spicy food. The restaurant was clean, and I was able to communicate in English. At the worst case, you can look at the menu and order.
A reasonable portion for four people and the mixed of seafood is good. Worth the money paid and the taste and smell are within expectation.