JIN JIN SEAFOOD RESTAURANT @ Hilltop

Jin Jin Seafood Restaurant, Hilltop
$$-$$$
Ratings:
Food: 3/5
Services: 2/5
Cleanliness: 2/5
Visit reviewed: 10/03/2010
Since Lee Wong Kee had changed to Jin Jin Seafood Restaurant, we had never been there before. As we were having late dinner tonight, we planned to check out the place. Overall, the food was okay but the service was bad. One of the waitress accidentally poured some sauce on our table and just left it unattended. Also, when we asked to check the bill, the waiter was reluctant to do so, claiming that they've to keep it.
Grilled Chicken Wings, RM5.20
The Grilled Chicken Wings was well-marinated. It had the right hints of sweetness. Tasted not bad but I still preferred the Grilled Chicken Wing at Damai. 
Green Raddish Soup, RM6.00
We used to come here for the soup. The stall is still there. The Green Raddish Soup was good.
Fried Meehoon with Seafood, RM6.00
The Fried Meehoon with Seafood tasted just average. Nothing to shout home about. It comes with fresh seafood.
Beancurd with Chicken and pickle raddish, RM10.00
The beancurd was smooth and tasted good together with the chicken and pickled raddish. A dish that good to go with rice.
Tomatoes Egg, RM7.00
Not much place serve Tomatoes Egg. It is one of our favourite dish. Taste wise, just average.
Fried Cabbage with Shrimp, RM7.00
The Fried Cabbage with Shrimp was good. It kept the crispiness of the cabbage and the cabbage tasted sweet.
Total paid for dinner, RM47.60 (Rice, RM1 and 3 can drinks RM5.40)

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