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Singapore certainly has some fantastic seafood restaurants, and Yi Jia Seafood Restaurant - Citimac is no exception! With a laidback ambience and neighbourhood eatery feel, the passionate chefs at Yi Jia serve up extraordinary Chinese seafood at excellent prices. Located along Macpherson Road in the Citimac Building, Yi Jia South Village is the perfect location for a celebratory meal with friends or family, and is well suited for dining with big groups too. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and drinks - Yi Jia South Village Seafood Citimac is a great addition to the Tai Seng area, just book early to avoid disappointment!
Yi Jia South Village Seafood - Citimac originally started out as a Singapore coffee shop years ago, and has since extended its service to a full Chinese restaurant on MacPherson Road in the Citimac Building. With new menus introduced weekly, the chefs at Yi Jia South Village Seafood - Citimac in Tai Seng are constantly coming up with exciting new dishes depending on what produce is in season and what market-fresh fish they can source daily. The permanent menu is 18 pages long, ensuring that there will definitely be something on offer for just about everyone at Yi Jia South Village Seafood Citimac.
From curried squid to prawn and char siew omelettes, and sliced bee hoon noodles soups to claypot fish head dishes - the huge portions and gorgeous Chinese food will leave you feeling very content! The staff at this Tai Seng joint go above and beyond to ensure all guests are well looked after, and it’s that excellent customer service which will keep you coming back time and time again. Popular at the weekends, it’s best to reserve a table online ahead of a busy Saturday night in Singapore.
Good food, extremely value for money. Their signature chai poh tofu is amazing. Curry fish head was really good and had a good Assam kick. One of my favourite Chinese restaurants.
Very nice food!! Good location too and low noise level. Good for family gatherings!
The food is good and worth the value - serving big portion - staff very friendly especially Angie who served us throughout the night of the dinner - never reject your requests - will go back again and recommend my frens too
The fish head curry taste very good. The curry gravy had a very thick awesome smell. The fish we had,will very fresh and tendered. We will come back next week to try again other good food.
Overall the food is tasty but the steam fish did not taste very fresh & the texture was rough. I think they use the frozen fish rather than the fresh fish from the market. The waitress is friendly but busy . only two waitress serving 8 tables during CNY lunch period
The food was excellent as usual and service was fantastic. They didn't let their customers wait long even though it was almost packed on a Sunday evening. Overall it's a must go and their chicken soup is a must try.
I came to Yi Jia South Village with high recommendations for the black pepper crab, but came away even more impressed with the crispy salted egg crab. Top marks too for the garlic pork ribs and assam fish head.
Large space, comfort food and satisfactory portions. Great for gatherings. Even though there was a mixed up in the orders where we were served a smaller portion, the waitress quickly apologised and rectified with additional portions
Came at 1pm and restaurant is still quite busy with lunch crowd. Food is quite good and tasty but price seems a bit steep for the fish that i ordered. The staff did inform about the rough price of the fish that we ordered.
No service charge and gst were bonuses that greeted all diners. Honest food and large menu. Pricing was interesting as an omelette was for $6 But sliced fish dish from $12.