Seafood


All varieties of seafood including crab, fish, abalone, scallop, prawn and other shellfish. Cooked with various methods, including raw servings, steamed, curry, pepper fried, or in soup.

Tokyo BBQ 东京烧烤

Ayer Rajah (West Coast) Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is situated near the junction of West Coast Road and West Coast Drive, beside the Jamiyah Nursing Home and opposite a Chinese temple.
Ayer Rajah Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre is home to many Muslim halal food stalls including the famous 'from Shenton Way' mutton soup and mee goreng stalls.
Tokyo BBQ
Tokyo BBQ is a hawker stall located at a quiet side of Ayer Rajah Food Centre at West Coast Drive
spicy lala
A plate of spicy chilli lala. The chilli sauce was so good everyone was just lapping it up - almost ;-).
spicy chilli sotong
Spicy sotong served on banana leaf on a sizzling hotplate
bbq stingray
A plate of stingray barbequed with banana leaf wrap
oyster omelette
A hotplate of oyster omelette

Categories: Chinese, Seafood (BBQ), Hawker

Located at #01-07 Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Block 503 West Coast Drive, Singapore 120503
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I was concerned when I arrived 9pm on a Tuesday night to see no other customers at this stall. In fact, the row of hawker stalls at this hawker centre seemed to have gone on strike, with most closed, and the food centre ceiling lights turned off.
It was getting late, so my friends and I proceeded to order - bbq sotong, stingray, oyster egg, and lala (small white clams). To our delight, the food tasted really good. Perhaps it was the fact that the stall owner just had his dinner or that he had no other customer orders to rush through, but I think the secret to the drool-inducing dishes was in the chilli sauce that seems to be used on every dish. My guess is that the owner has put in much effort in cooking his chillis to bring out the flavour. And to top it off, the four dishes(with rice) I ordered for 4 persons cost only $35. Highly recommended despite their limited range of dishes.
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荣光铁板烧鱼 Rong Guang Barbeque Seafood

Alexandra Village Food Centre Block 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Don't let the sleepy surrounding HDB shophouses fool you, Alexandra Village Food Centre comes alive at night and during lunch hours with the makan crowd.
Rong Guang BBQ Seafood
Rong Guang BBQ Seafood occupies three units (from #01-07) at Alexandra Village Food Centre Block 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1.
Rong Guang BBQ Seafood
Rong Guang BBQ Seafood opens for business from about 5pm till 11pm.

Categories: Chinese, Seafood (BBQ), Hawker

Located at #01-07/8/9 Alexandra Village Food Centre, Block 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Singapore 150120
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Try the barbeque stingray served in banana leaf and the deep-fried baby sotong (squid) here. The food is above average and $10 per person should be sufficient for a decent dinner here.
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Keng Eng Kee Seafood

Keng Eng Kee Seafood
Keng Eng Kee Seafood occupies a corner coffeeshop of Block 124 Bukit Merah Lane 1.

Categories: Chinese, Seafood, Zhi Char

Located at Block 124 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Singapore 150124
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No.3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant

Outram Road
No.3 Crab is located among this row of shophouse eateries along Outram Road not far from Tiong Bahru
No.3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant
No.3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant has a choice of air-con indoor or alfresco dining options
claypot crab beehoon soup
Claypot Crab with Bee Hoon Soup. Both the soup and the bee hoon tasted rather bland
cereal fried prawns
Cereal prawns with curry leaves. Could have been spicier, but overall quite good
crab claw
A crab claw from the claypot crab soup dish. Meaty but lacking in taste. Hey, crabs are supposed to taste crabby, did this one take a bath before cooking ?

Categories: Chinese, Crab, Seafood

Located at 265 Outram Road, Singapore 169059
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This air-conditioned outlet, nestled among a row of other mostly Chinese food eateries along Outream Road, serves a range of Chinese and seafood dishes. The specialty, as the shop name indicates, is that favourite crustacean obsession of Singaporeans, crabs. You get your usual pepper/chilli crabs here, but also the crab bee hoon (thick rice noodles) in soup variety. However, the one that stands out is the curry crab which is kind of like the fish head curry pot dish, except that you get a crab in place of the fish head. I tried the pepper crab and it was passable or above average depending on which of my friends you asked - I thought it was quite good actually. The crab bee hoon soup, however, was a disappointment - the meat and the soup was rather bland. I've tasted better at Mellben. The cereal prawns we had were quite good - just not spicy enough for me in spite of the curry leaves. Fried prawns with cereal flakes, in my view, should have curry leaves fried together with chopped chilli padi(medium spiciness variety) - trust me, it tastes great together and makes a superb appetiser. Tel:6327-2148.
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Lai Huat Seafood Restaurant

Categories: Chinese, Zhi Char, Seafood

Located at 25/27 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207531
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This corner-coffeeshop-located eatery is popular for their pepper crayfish and belacan fish (which is not as fresh as I would like it to be, although this is expected for fried fish dishes as most Chinese chefs know to reserve their better stock for steamed fish dishes.). Still, it is one of the more consistent and affordable zhichar/seafood shops around. More than a decade ago, it was situated in an old pre-war shophouse near Beach Road, then it moved to Lavender Street (beside the MRT station) and for the past few years it has been operating at this little side road parallel to Jalan Besar, near the Jalan Besar Stadium / Swimming / Sports Complex. It seems to have opened a branch (223 Rangoon Road) and another along Mountbatten Road (to be verified) in the past few months (2006).
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Quan Xiang Yuan (Jing Ji) Seafood Restaurant 泉香园(清记)海鲜菜馆

Quan Xiang Yuan Seafood Restaurant
Quan Xiang Yuan Seafood Restaurant is in an old shophouse along Jalan Besar.

Categories: Zhi Char, Hokkien, Seafood

Located at 252 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208925
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This is a traditional Hokkien cuisine restaurant in an old shophouse near the Jalan Besar Stadium and not far from Eminent Plaza. The specialties here include roasted duck served in sweet plum sauce, crab bee hoon (you have a choice of fried or soup versions) - the bee hoon itself has two variations the normal beehoon (米粉) and the tang hoon (冬粉) version which is a clear glassy noodle (they name it 'vermicelli' here which I believe isn't exactly correct). Dine in comfort be it lunch or dinner as the eatery is fully airconditioned. Tel: 6294-6254, 6292-9251.
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Pek Kio Seafood Delight

Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
Pek Kio Market & Food Centre, as seen here from the HDB carpark across Owen Road

Categories: Chinese, Soups, Seafood

Located at #01-35 Cambridge Road Market & Cooked Food Centre, Blk 41A Cambridge Road, Singapore 211041
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This stall sells seafood but specializes in fish soups. Popular dishes here include the standard fish soup (batang fish) and the red grouper fish head soup.
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Mellben Seafood

Mellben Seafood (Toa Payoh)
Mellben Seafood has opened a branch at Toa Payoh Block 211.
pork ribs
Hmmm.... yummy pork ribs king. I forgot if this is the coffee version. It sure looks heavily honeyed and sweet
golden sand oat crab
This is the Golden Sand Crab dish. The 'sand' is really oat flakes, and the crab is doused with a creamy peppercorn-laden cheesy sauce - phew ! as much a mouthful to describe as it was to eat
crab bee hoon soup
Crab in Bee Hoon Soup, their signature dish. Still a notch better the others I've tried
crab shell
Leave no shell unturned

Categories: Chinese, Crab, Seafood

Located at #01-11 Block 211 Toa Payoh Lorong 8., Singapore 310211
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This is the third branch of the original outlet at Ang Mo Kio Block 232. They are well-known for their crab bee hoon / noodle soup. The second branch is in Ang Mo Kio Block 233 (opposite the current one) and called Uncle Leong's Seafood. As I mentioned in the remarks about the main shop, the name Mellben often continues to be misspelt 'Melben' throughout the web. This branch's tel: 6353-3120.
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Tian Jin Hai Seafood 天金海海鲜

Tian Jin Hai Seafood
Tian Jin Hai Seafood is at the side of Jackson Kopitiam, beside Tai Thong Crescent
Crabs !
Crabs !
The one that almost got away !
The one that almost got away !
Stir-fried chilli kangkong
Stir-fried chilli kangkong
Pepper crab - excellent !
Pepper crab - excellent !
Chilli crab with lotsa sauce
Chilli crab with lotsa sauce
buns for chilli crab
My my, what nice buns you have !
Deep-fried chicken
Deep-fried chicken
Youtiao (fried dough fritters) with salad cream
Youtiao (fried dough fritters) with salad cream

Categories: Chinese, Seafood, Crab, Hawker

Located at Stall 13 Jackson Centre Kopitiam, 39 MacPherson Road, Singapore 348468
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This chilli crab and pepper crab specialist serves up some of the best value-for-money crabs around. It obviously does so by focusing solely on the food, ingredients and cooking, coz you'll find things here a little short in the service and ambience department. First the food court where it is located is a decrepit 80s'ish non-aircon building. Be prepared to get sweaty while you devour your crustaceans, spicy king prawns, crayfish and fried chicken here. Thankfully the stall is located at the side of the building (it gets breezy if you're lucky) next to a side road with some parking lots (free after 5pm).
Warning No.2: you'll have to pay first when you order your food - unless you're Anthony Bourdain, who wrote about this stall in his piece for the New York Times on Singapore cuisine last year (2006).
I can only think of 2 reasons for this strange pay-first practice :
(1) some punks had previously eaten and sped off in their boy racer cars without paying.
(2) owner's a stickler for clean dollar notes - no chilli stains please !.

Well when you want great food and value-for-money, somethings' got to give. But where else can you get a nice crab meal for $20 per person (2 large crabs and side dishes for a group of 5) ? ... and I can honestly say the buns (to be had with the chilli crab's sauce) are the best I've tasted in a long time. No, make that in memory. Great buns, really. 2007 Jul update: well, it looks like I might have spoken too fast, the price of the crabs here, it seems, have gone up since my Mar 2007 visit, and is now about $40/kg. Well, quality is still there. Damned GST increase ! or maybe not...read on... This mini-hawker centre is going to close down soon (en-bloc fever ?!), and quite a few of the other seafood/hawker stalls have already moved out (did I hear someone say 'less competitition' ?). Fret not, cause Bayshore Delicious seafood (the one owned, I think, by actor Tang Hu) was spotted nearby in a coffeeshop nearby facing Upper Serangoon Road. Watch this space (www.goodfood.sg) for further news. Meanwhile, go now to savour your favourite food before it's gone !
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Tanglin Tong Huat Seafood Satay Steamboat

seafood steamboat
Tanglin Tong Huat Seafood Satay Steamboat offers fresh healthy fare at affordable prices with no-frills alfresco seating
seafood steamboat
An order of about 10 dishes ranging from beef to cockes and enoki mushrooms (enough for 4 persons) cost $46.

Categories: Chinese, Steamboat, Seafood

Located at #01-532 Blk 79 Circuit Road, Singapore 370079
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This steamboat stall at this old hawker centre serves range of usual steamboat fare - prawns, fish head meat, tofu, pig liver, beef, chicken, enoki mushrooms(the Chinese call them golden needle mushrooms, 金针菇) and vegetables - and comes with a small pot of satay sauce dip. However, be warned that everything here has very light, if any, seasoning. The soup (and the satay) is quite bland. Then again, the fact that the stall dares keep the seasoning light, does indicate its confidence in the freshness of the food, and you can be sure that they've skipped the MSG and tongue-numbing salt/chilli sauces.
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Sin Huat Seafood Restaurant

Categories: Chinese, Crab, Seafood

Located at 659/661 Geylang Road (junction with Lorong 35), Singapore 389589
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Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant

Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant is at a shophouse along Changi Road opposite the junction with Telok Kurau.
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant (aircon)
It actually occupies 2 shop units, one of them being air-conditioned.
Changi Road - Telok Kurau junction eateries
Across the road, there is no lack of eateries as well. One of the more well-known, for Indian curry fish head, is Thondamans Restaurant.
fried calamari (sotong) rings
Kampong Chai Chee Restaurant's generous serving of fried calamari (sotong) rings

Categories: Zhi Char, Chinese, Crab, Seafood, Halal-Muslim

Located at 303 Changi Road (near Lorong Sarina)., Singapore 419781
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This halal zhi-char (Chinese-style ala carte stir-fried dishes) eatery used to be located at Tampines Telepark building where it had a popular following. They've since moved to this shophouse along Changi Road next to a pet provisions shop. One of the few halal coffeeshop-style zhi-char eating places.
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Kim's Place (Seafood)

Kim's Place Joo Chiat
Kim's Place seafood coffeeshop is located at the junction with Tembeling Road.

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Seafood, Crab

Located at 37 Joo Chiat Place., Singapore 427761
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This seafood shop is famous for their cheese crab and fried hokkien mee (noodles). Tel:6742-1119.
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Eng Seng Restaurant

Joo Chiat Place
Eng Seng Restaurant is an old kopitiam located at the junction of Still Road and Joo Chiat Place

Categories: Chinese, Crab, Seafood

Located at 247/249 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427935
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This old shabby-looking single-storey coffeeshop is one of the favourite crab eateries in the area. They are popular for their pepper crabs. You can't miss it when passing by Joo Chiat Place as the queue outside the shop will start forming around 6pm till 7/8pm. The kopitiam is not very small, so the main reason the queue forms, I believe, is due to their limited stock of crabs. The stall opens from 5pm till 9-10pm, but don't be surprised if you find the crabs sold out by 8pm on busy days!
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Chan BBQ

Categories: Chinese, Seafood (BBQ), Hawker

Located at #01-258 Market & Food Centre, Block 85, Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085
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福临海鲜餐馆

Categories: Chinese, Seafood

Located at Chang Cheng Mee Wah Serangoon Food House, Blk 151 Serangoon North Ave 2, Singapore 550151
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忠忠海味园 Chomp Chomp BBQ Seafood

Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp (Serangoon Garden Food Centre) by day. Most stalls only open in the late afternoon till late at night
Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp by night, bustling with diners till late

Categories: Chinese, Seafood (BBQ), Hawker

Located at #01-01 Serangoon Garden Food Centre (Chomp Chomp), 20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269
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Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood 文达街烧烤

Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp (Serangoon Garden Food Centre) by day. Most stalls only open in the late afternoon till late at night
Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp by night, bustling with diners till late

Categories: Chinese, Seafood (BBQ), Hawker

Located at #01-08 Serangoon Garden Food Centre (Chomp Chomp), 20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269
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Mellben Seafood

Mellben Seafood Ang Mo Kio
Mellben Seafood occupies a corner HDB coffeeshop in Ang Mo Kio block 233

Categories: Chinese, Crab, Seafood

Located at #01-1222 Block 232 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 , Singapore 560232
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This shop is famous for their crab bee hoon / noodle soup. For reasons which I still have not ascertained, the name of this crab specialist has been spelt 'Melben' more often than the correct 'Mellben' which is what is used on their namecards. I myself am guilty of using the shorter form although I knew the spelling on the awning of the Ang Mo Kio outlet puts their name as 'Mellben' in large letters. It seems they made a name change some years back, and before the current location in Ang Mo Kio, they were situated in a Serangoon Central HDB kopitiam near the Lorong Lew Lian area. They have spun off a branch in Ang Mo Kio Block 233 (opposite the current one) called Uncle Leong's Seafood. Tel: 6285-6762.
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Al-Ameen Eating House

Cheong Chin Nam Road
Cheong Chin Nam Road - definitely the most popular food street this side of Upper Bukit Timah
Al-Ameen Eating House
Al-Ameen Eating House is near the junction with Chun Tin Road not far from the big public carpark
Al-ameen menu1
Al-ameen's Thai Muslim seafood menu
Al-ameen menu2
Al-ameen's Thai Muslim seafood menu 2
tehcino bing
Tehcino bing (cappucino-style iced tea with milk)

Categories: Halal-Muslim, Teh Tarik, 24hrs, Zhi Char, Seafood, Roti Prata

Located at 2 Cheong Chin Nam Road., Singapore 599727
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Situated along Upper Bukit Timah Road, opposite Beauty World Plaza, this popular 24-hour prata and teh tarik place also serves Thai-style Muslim halal seafood dishes as well as Chinese-style zhi-char dishes. There is an in-door air-conditioned room but it's usually stuffy when fully seated. This chain has expanded to a few other places but I'm not sure if they're still operating at those locations.

Food quality is generally decent and above average - although I admit I've not even covered 10% of what they offer in the menu. The range is quite amazing and impressive, though I wonder how the kitchen keeps up stock and quality given such a wide range. But lest we forget, they ARE the *biggest* eatery on this road.
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義順活海鮮 Yishun Live Seafood

Categories: Seafood,

Located at Sembawang Gardens Arcade, 2-8, Jalan Legundi., Singapore 759265
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This is located at a spacious standalone coffeeshop in Sembawang, with plenty of indoor/outdoor seating. It is surrounded by a few other eateries set in some old 2-storey shophouses.
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There is another restaurant

There is another restaurant name Golden Bay Seafood Restaurant,located at the West Coast High Way,YESS Centre(Opposite of Haw Par Villa).Been there couple times for their signature dishes like Butter Crab,Pattaya Codfish etc....simply tasty and yummy!Furthermore,think its the first Seafood Restaurant serves with cocktails & mocktails...something new for diners to have more varieties in beverage.With spacious area holding 40 over tables,big carparks(redemtable entry fee),you need no worries about weekends dinner with family or business associates.Just a 5-10mins drive from city area or the Harbour Front/Vivo City,you can enjoy great food without waiting/parking hassles...and can save the carparks fee in shopping area....Well...prices hicking up,why not we save a little and time for a great feast....kekekekee

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Golden Sands Seafood; A

Golden Sands Seafood; A must-go place for seafood!

I'd been to this place once & would definitely patronise it regularly from now on.

If you're a seafood + zi char lover, this place is just right for you.
It boasts many of your well-known dishes, e.g. Gu Lu Rou, Deer Meat, Black Pepper Crab..so on and so forth.

If you're a crab lover, you'll have to try its signature dish, The Golden Sands Crab. It has an acquired and unforgettable taste.
& also the Cereal Prawns, they're famous for this dish as well.

Its located at: Blk 215 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, St 22
#01-877 (S)560215

I'm definitely going back again!!!!
P.S. This place was featured in a few newspapers too.

Enjoy, Foodies!

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