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Simple Eats: No Signboard Seafood Restaurant, Singapore

10 Aug

When in Singapore, do what the locals do – Eat, Eat and Eat. Where did my diet go? It went out the door the moment we stepped into the island of Singapore.

One of Singapore’s well-known dishes is its Chili Crab. And of course, we had to try what people have been considering to be the best Chili Crab in the island – No Signboard Seafood Restaurant. We took the MRT going to their main branch located in Geylang road. The ride cost is SGD1.80 each.
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Was a bit surprised to find an outdoor setup. Since we didn’t have reservations, we were escorted to another side of the restaurant.
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ON THE TABLE
Chili Crab: SGD50/kg
We were served a pretty big crab with lots of meat in it. The sauce was on the spicy and salty side. It was so-so for me. Actually, I preferred the one in Thailand, Somboon. Will try another restaurant known for their chili crab tomorrow.
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No Signboard Beancurd: SGD20
Reminded me of the lomi sauce. Good combination of beancurd, mushrooms and vegetables.

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Salted Egg Shrimps: SGD25
This was a nice dish. Loved the salted egg sauce.

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All in all, the food we ordered was so-so. Hoping to try a better chili crab tomorrow. I personally prefer one that’s a bit on the sweet and spicy side.

We took a taxi going back to Orchard. The ride costed us SGD10.
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Details
No Signboard Seafood
414 Geyland Road
Singapore

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2 responses to “Simple Eats: No Signboard Seafood Restaurant, Singapore

  1. Irenencc

    August 10, 2013 at 7:49 PM

    try the chili crab resto along clark quay (tama ba spelling?) ok cya…

     

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