F P C Seafood
F P C Seafood / F.P.C. Seafood is a heartland, family run Chinese Zi Char stall located at the foot of Block 267 Tampines Street 21.
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Cheap And Good Hidden Find
Located deep in the heartlands of Tampines, F.P.C. Seafood is a small, family-run stall dishing out tasty and affordable Chinese Zi Char dishes. Because of its location in 267 Tampines Street 21, F.P.C. Seafood is mostly known to residents of the area, and it's virtually impossible to chance upon the area unless you were specifically looking for F.P.C. Seafood.
Ambience at F.P.C. Seafood is similar to a typical coffeeshop. The interior is clean, brightly lit, and cooled with ceiling fans. But the floor space is very small, able to take at most 3 big families or 7 small families dining at the same time. The open concept does mean that the interior is well ventilated and free of cooking smells.
Service at F.P.C. Seafood is friendly and casual, but efficient in serving. The family runs the kitchen and front of house, and the menu is extensive and varied. However, there isn't any pictures in the menu, but there are English translations.
Food at F.P.C. Seafood is generally very tasty, and prices per dish are cheap. The ingredients used are fresh, and portions are on the bigger side. We shared a total of 10 dishes between 15 people, total cost was less than SGD $200. Excellent value for money, and the meal was delicious! Will highly recommend F.P.C. Seafood, especially if you're in the area!
The Baby Bok Choy In Oyster Sauce was fresh and crisp, very well cooked and tasty! Rarely get this kind of quality in a simple vegetable dish!
Loved the unique spin of Oatmeal Chicken, the chicken was fried well, warm and moist inside, slightly crisp outside. The oatmeal gave a some crunch, while the chili gave it some heat. Excellent!
The Vermicelli Soup tastes exactly like sharks fin soup, but without any seafood of any kind. Instead, egg, mushrooms and vermicelli make this thick yet savoury soup hearty and filling. Very tasty and yummy!
The Special Yam Ring, so called, because I think it looks more like a pancake, is topped with a liberal amount of fresh vegetables like celery, red and green bell peppers / capsicum, mushrooms, onions and a few slices of chicken. The yam itself is excellent, savoury and soft inside, and slightly crisp outside. Highly recommended!