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Making the jump from traditional Singapore zi char eatery to full-blown seafood restaurant was easy for Yi Jia South Village, whose premises along MacPherson Road match its dishes in terms of style, colour, and presentation. Located in the heart of Serangoon, not far from the junction with Paya Lebar Road, Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant is home to a number of iconic dishes unique to the restaurant. The prawn balls in honeydew, for instance, use wild-caught ang kah or banana prawns with a sauce made from honeydew melon served in the melon itself. Yi Jia has struck the perfect balance between elegance, quality and family-friendly restaurant practice, so reserve your spot today.
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We had herbal chicken, steamed whole fish teochew style, Manila clams and tofu. We were satisfied with all the dishes
Good food and enjoy the ambience.. Will try it again.
Great food and good service! Will be back again in the near future
Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant had humble beginnings as a small coffee shop in Singapore’s Toa Payoh with a dream to expand into a place where everyday folk can come, share a meal and revel in the vast flavour combinations of Chinese seafood cuisine. After finding the cosy and relaxing space on MacPherson Road, Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant was born. With a passion for sourcing high quality ingredients and using herbs and spices to get as much flavour from the dish as possible, the team behind Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant will have your tastebuds dancing.
Signature dishes include Vietnamese mussels steamed and simply dressed in garlic and soy sauce, classic kampon-style claypot chicken, Singaporean curry fish head and chye poh tofu. Keeping prices acceptable to heartlanders, this MacPherson restaurant has locals and tourists alike loving it. With vibrant colours not only adorning the walls but being a key feature in the food as well, Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant has perfected quality Chinese seafood cuisine. Situated in MacPherson, book your table at this Singapore favourite today!