HolyCrab has relocated to Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. The restaurant was previously located at Tan Quee Lan Street in 2017 and first began in 2009 as a private dining experience set in owner and chef Elton Seah’s home. With the new location, the restaurant also unveiled an array of new menu mainstays.
Crab lovers can add this in your list for a crab-tivating dining experience with HolyCrab new space and easily accessible via a walking distance from City Hall MRT Station. Continue reading [SG EATS] HolyCrab Relocated To Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski
JUMBO Seafood celebrates Chinese New Year with its Reunion Sets that are available on the eve of Chinese New Year , 11 February 2021 . It is a one-day exclusive menu that include Chinese New Year staples such as Prosperity Salmon ‘Yu Sheng’ 发财三文鱼鱼生, Seafood Soup Braised with Fish Maw and Crab Meat 海鲜蟹肉鱼鳔羮, Live ‘Soon Hock’ (Marble Goby) Steamed with Soya Sauce 清蒸活笋壳, 5-Head Abalone and Shiitake Mushroom Braised with Spinach and ‘Fa Cai’ in Oyster Sauce 发菜五头鲍鱼花菇扒菠菜, and Rice Steamed with Braised Pork and Whole Conpoy Wrapped in Lotus Leaf 摇柱卤肉荷叶饭. Prices start from S$298.00++ for 4 pax. Continue reading [SG EATS] JUMBO Seafood Restaurants Celebrates Chinese New Year with Sumptuous Seafood Feasts
Long Beach Seafood Restaurant is a Singapore’s leading seafood restaurant and also the Creator of the Original and Best Black Pepper Crab since 1982. The restaurant is an iconic seafood place to go for locals and tourists. My last visit to their outlet at Dempsey was almost 10 years ago. Oh boy! Time flies and I am here at their sixth outlet at Robertson Quay (opened in early August this year). Continue reading [SG EATS] Long Beach @ Robertson Quay At The Quayside
Even though the Circuit Breaker ends in 2 June, Singaporeans and local residents in Singapore will go through Phase 1 where we are still not allow to dine out. Thus, stay home to cook meals and occasional food delivery services are like a routine thing now. So if you are craving for crab feasts, why not check out 8 Crabs. They are under parent company Eight Foods Pte Ltd that specializes in the imported live seafood. This explains why they are able to provide fresh crabs at a fixed rate. Continue reading [SG EATS] 8 Crabs – Crabs & Zi Char Delivery Service in Singapore
Happiness Seafood by Uncle Leong Signatures is the sister restaurant of Uncle Leong Signatures. The local Singapore family-oriented restaurant offers seafood options and other zi-char dishes. And of course the signature crabs such as claypot crab beehoon, black pepper crab, chilli crab, mala crab and more. The menu here is 90% similar to Uncle Leong Signatures but they do have their selected signature dishes here like Mala Crab or Oreo Butter Crab. Continue reading [SG EATS] Happiness Seafood by Uncle Leong Signatures
Pince & Pints located at Duxton Road is well-known with its premium live lobsters and lobster rolls since 2014. It has been years since my last visit and I am glad to be back to check out their new crab-tivating dishes. Available from 25 March 2019 onwards, the restaurant and bar is pleased to introduce FIVE all-new crab dishes exclusively at its Duxton Road outlet. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pince & Pints Restaurant And Bar – More Than Just Lobster Roll
Spices Café of Concorde Hotel is celebrating it’s 10th birthday in the month of October 2018.I was there for a tasting session last week. Upon arrival, I was greeted with a smile by the staffs here in Spices Cafe. Let me share the highlights from this month’s special! Continue reading [SG EATS] Harvest of the Sea Buffet Dinner At Spices Café | Concorde Hotel- 10th Year Anniversary Special!
Waterway Point is the latest neighbourhood mall located next to Punggol MRT Station. The new mall has quite a number of familiar F&B brands spotted and one of the latest additions is Uncle Leong Signatures as of May 2016. If you are familiar with Uncle Leong Seafood, this Uncle Leong Seafood Signatures is their new brand concept. Their first outlet was in a coffeeshop located in Ang Mo Kio neighbourhood and since then they have expanded across Singapore. Continue reading [SG EATS] WHY UNCLE LEONG SEAFOOD SIGNATURES AND NOT UNCLE LEONG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT?