Established in 1976, Red House Seafood is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Singapore and they have been offering masterful creations that display Singapore’s kaleidoscopic gastronomical palate to their loyal customers for decades. Their menu sees finely-crafted dishes that speak … Continue reading →
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Established in 1976, Red House Seafood is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Singapore and they have been offering masterful creations that display Singapore’s kaleidoscopic gastronomical palate to their loyal customers for decades. Their menu sees finely-crafted dishes that speak of incredible thought and finesse.
Mention Red House Seafood and most people will think of quality seafood and exquisite hand-crafted dim sum. But not many people know that Red House Seafood’s latest outlet at The Grand Copthorne Waterfront is easily one of the most gorgeous Chinese restaurants in Singapore.
Dressed in tasteful hues and gorgeous furnishings, Red House Seafood at The Grand Copthorne Waterfront is a place that is suitable for all occasions—it is perfect for family gatherings, date night with your loved one as well as a business luncheon to host your clients and business partners.
Here are some good news if you are planning to dine at Red House Seafood. It is offering 20% OFF total bill for food only (excluding promotional items and beverages), and the Alaskan King Crab is available at a whopping 60% discount at S$98/kg (usual price S$248/kg).
Red House Seafood is also introducing a new daily dim sum buffet on 22nd June 2020 at its Grand Copthorne Waterfront & Prinsep outlets.
From Braised Alaskan Crab Bee Hoon to the Signature Creamy Custard Lobster and Crab Meat Pao Fan, here are the iconic dishes that you have to order when you are dining at Red House Seafood.
Get entranced as you step into their luxurious abode. Preceding the main dining area is a stunning walkway decked out in an alluring Oriental theme. Floral watercolour prints trail across the luminous walls, reminiscent of a historical Chinese courtyard house.
Warm reddish hues create an absolutely intoxicating atmosphere, enveloping whoever walks into their embrace.
As if the walkway wasn’t sophisticated enough, enthroned at the main foyer is an eye-catching floral centrepiece that will have you pressing your brakes.
Decorated with lush trees, earthy tones, and dainty pops of colour, their aesthetically-pleasing main dining area stands out from the usual interior of Chinese restaurants with its contemporary touches.
Large glass windows allow natural light to filter in and brighten up the whole space. With the vibrant woven chairs and playful wall designs, it almost feels like an indoor patio.
Fresh seafood is at the core of Red House Seafood’s menu and you will be happy to know that Red House Seafood sources for the freshest seafood from global sustainable suppliers around the world.
Every week, shipments of seafood harvested from the boats of fishermen in the North Sea, Indian Ocean and South China Sea arrive at Red House Seafood. You can rest assured that you are getting the best seafood when you dine here.
BRAISED ALASKAN CRAB BEE HOON
If there was one dish that could bear testament to the restaurant’s culinary prowess, it would be their Braised Alaskan Crab Bee Hoon. This majestic dish features a regal Alaskan crab draped in stir-fried glass noodles and bee hoon laced with spring onions and ginger slices.
Every strand of noodle was well-coated with a smoky, crab-infused essence. The layering of textures of the noodles added a wonderful dimension to the dish. And as expected, the crab was supremely fresh and plump, making us feel extremely undeserving.
As mentioned earlier, Red House Seafood is having a 60% discount for its Alaskan King Crab at only S$98/kg (usual price S$248/kg). Don’t miss out on this promotion!
SIGNATURE CREAMY CUSTARD LOBSTER
Red House Seafood sources their lobsters from the deep blue waters off of Nova Scotia and spins them into wondrous masterpieces. From the array of sauces available on their menu, the Signature Creamy Custard Sauce is one of the most popular options amongst diners.
The lobster was cooked so well and was evidenced by its bouncy, sweet flesh. Golden and buttery, this accompanying sauce won us over. It trod the fine line between sweet and savoury, and was addictively creamy. If they sold this sauce in bottles, we would gladly wipe out their shelves.
“TEOCHEW” COLD BROWN CRAB
For a stripped-down, straightforward crab dish, the “Teochew” Cold Brown Crab is a no-brainer. This deconstructed crab dish is served cold, with the shells pre-cracked and cut. It’s an absolute dream for lazy eaters.
The absence of accompanying sauces allowed the freshness of the crab to shine through. Every bite sent us straight into the deep blue oceans.
SPICY SEAFOOD COMBINATION WITH MANTOU
Their Spicy Seafood Combination entails a medley of prawns, scallops and squid tossed in a rich Thai-style gravy.
If someone told us that there was seafood fresher than this, we would highly question that. The seafood was immensely juicy and succulent, exploding with briny sweetness in every bite.
The thick spicy sauce had an aromatic lemongrass-galangal profile and was enriched with fragrant coconut milk. Pair it with deep-fried crispy mantou for a divine experience.
CRAB MEAT PAO FAN
You simply cannot leave Red House Seafood without ordering their Crab Meat Pao Fan. Unlike the more familiar congee or porridge, this comforting dish is made by adding pre-cooked rice into the fabulous broth and letting it simmer for a long duration.
Crispy rice bits are generously scattered across the soup just before consumption to add a delightful crunch to the soupy dish. Every mouthful promises soft and plump rice grains drenched in an almost creamy broth brimming with crab essence; comfort food at its best.
ASSORTED HANDCRAFTED DIM SUM
Although seafood is this restaurant’s main forté, their artisanal dim sum could easily join the ranks of the most esteemed Cantonese restaurants in Singapore and maybe, even Hong Kong.
Their dim sum range features the likes of Siew Mai, Shrimp Dumplings, Truffle Wild Mushroom Dumplings, BBQ Pork Char Siew Flaky Pastry and the Chilli Crab Bao.
The stand-out dim sum dish at Red House Seafood has got to be the Chilli Crab Bao, which sees an innovative local twist on traditional dim sum. This pan-fried charcoal bun encases a flavourful chilli crab gravy that nails the sweet-to-spicy ratio.
CHILI CHOCOLATE WITH ICE CREAM
End your feast with a bang in the form of this feisty dessert — Chili Chocolate With Ice Cream. Velvety smooth ice cream and chilli chocolate truffles sit in a pool of chocolate lava, finished with a topping of buttery crumble.
While chilli-chocolate may not be everyone’s cup of tea, this dish will convert any unbeliever. The spicy kick is mellowed out by the sweet milkiness of the ice cream, creating a perfect harmony of flavours. The icing on the cake is that buttery crumble, which adds a gorgeous, decadent crunch.
If Red House Seafood isn’t already on your list of go-to Chinese restaurants in Singapore, you know where to go now. With three locations across Singapore—Prinsep Street, Clarke Quay and The Grand Copthorne Waterfront—this sophisticated Chinese restaurant is a fantastic dining option for an unforgettable Asian-fusion feast.
Red House Seafood
392 Havelock Rd, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Level 2
Tel: +65 6735 7666
Daily: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5 – 10pm
Nearest Station: Fort Canning
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