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LONG BEACH SEAFOOD AT DEMPSEY – A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN

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Hi there

I attended a farewell party at Long Beach Seafood and besides the great company I have, I must say I have not had some really good seafood in a while and this didn’t disappoint me at all. 🙂

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

We started it off with a bang, literally, Air flow Australian Lobster 2 way, either sashimi or dunked into the savory superior stock broth.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

I personally prefer the sashimi version as I can taste its natural sweetness, however the steam boat style is also commendable, the lobster because is so fresh, just slightly cooked actually brought out a different sweetness to it.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Looking at this crystal clear lobster meat, plated so nicely on ice, mouthwatering indeed!

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

But nothing beats my favourite dish, the bamboo clams serve steamed with garlic, vermicelli and onions.  These are Steamed Live Scottish Royal Razor Clam.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Although the price is $14 each, the quality is really assured, the clams come in large portion and is so fresh!

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

The sweetness and also the slight chewiness of the bamboo clams goes perfectly well with the light soya sauce, and together with the garlic and vermicelli, give it a whole lot of bite.

 

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Can’t resisit taking a close up too. 🙂

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Next is the Deep Fried Live Estuary Grouper with Mango in Thai Style, although the fish was fried perfect golden, but the gravy was a little let down, just taste kind of like sweet chilli sauce.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Our meal followed by Special fried scallop with banana.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

What really surprise me was how lovely every piece was plated. Even the plate itself is hand drawn with lovely flowers decorations. Truly a feast not only for the mouth, but for the eyes as well.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Taste wise, it is very tasty as the mayo with ebiko cut out the greasiness of deep fried casing. And scallop is always surprisingly good with banana, if only the scallop can be a little bigger as we find it was thinly sliced and paired with the banana slices in it haha…

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Black pepper crabs was fragrant but I still prefer the old school Still Road famous black pepper crabs.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

As for meat dish, we have the salted baked kampong chicken, chicken was succulent and actually it taste like emperior chicken to me without the herbs, I have always like the idea of paper wrapped chicken, so this is simple yet satisfying.

 

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Claypot enoki and baby cabbage is the vegetable dish of the night, the gravy that comes with it is savory with a hint of dried scallop, not sure on that, but sure goes well with the enoki mushrooms. A very HK style dish indeed.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

And to round things off, we got to enjoy the Braised Australian Lobster Head & Claw with Ee Fu Noodles that comes from the sashimi we have at the beginning of the meal.

Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey

Don’t expect to crack any claws, its selling point is the fragrant lobster essence that infused the ee fu noodles, love this with some green chillis, if only my stomach have more space for this. The ee fu noodles always remind me of HK wedding dinner, fond memories, only differene is that here they do not put in white chives which goes execellent with ee fu noodles. 🙂

All in all, this is really a fantastic dinner, the last time I went to Long Beach Seafood, it could have been more than 5 years ago, and I have been going to others like Jumbo or Red House but after having this dinner at the Dempsey branch, I know I will be back for more on special occasions. 🙂

RESTAURANT REVIEWS : LONG BEACH SEAFOOD DEMPSEY

Locations : 25 Dempsey  Road

Tel : 63232222

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Cheers,

Dawn

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