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Gigantic Pot ($399 good for 6 pax) 馃 2 Boston Lobsters, 2 Sri Lankan Crabs, Cray Fish, Loligo Squid, Yabbies, Tiger Prawns, Boston Bay Mussels, Venus Clams, Bratwurst Sausages, Corn on the Cob, Potatoes, Onions & Lemons boiled in secret blend of Louisiana herbs & spices. Accompanied with 'exotic' Louisiana Garlic Butter Dip, Malaysian Sambal Dip & Thai Green Bird Dip 馃 Filled with natural freshness, goodness & sweetness of seafood. Double the fun & joy of grabbing the feast from the table. Great place for family dining! #burpple
Judy
29w
Crabs In Garlic Butter & Caboodle Mix We ordered Sri Lankan crabs, tiger prawns, crayfish and squid and got to try all the sauces on the menu. Mum's special & their signature Caboodle mix came out tops for us 5. Other sauces include curry, salted egg and garlic butter. The restaurant had a great vibe, service was friendly and my family had an awesome time bonding over a meal. Oldies being blasted over the speakers got us singing and seat dancing along while enjoying a fresh and delicious mess of shellfish with our hands.
Rachel
1y
For Families Who Like to Eat with Their Hands Ditch the cutlery and dig your fingers into the luscious pile of seafood on the table here at Crab in Da Bag. It's messy but lots of fun, and a good way to engage kids at the dinner table! The massive Titanic Pot ($299) feeds four ravenous adults but if that is too big a portion, come between 4 to 6pm daily for the Pacific Catch ($66). The value for money portion of crabs, prawns, mussels clams and squids comfortably feeds two. Choose their signature Caboodle Mix, a garlic butter sauce with local and Louisiana herbs and spices 鈥 it is a hit amongst kids. Add in some Red Skin Potato ($1) and a Chicken Bratwurst Sausage ($4) if your little eaters aren't too keen on seafood! Avg price: $18 per person
Burpple
1y
Pacific / Atlantic Catch At $66 (only 4pm to 6pm), the bag of seafood consists of tiger prawns, Boston bay mussels, loligo squid for both Pacific and Atlantic Catch. What differs is Alaskan King Crab legs and Venus clams for Pacific; Crayfish, Yabbies for Atlantic. Seafood was fresh!! Not a big fan of Yabbies though. We opted for Ultimate Curry (damn shiok we kept dipping into it) and Caboodle Mix (secret combination of local and Louisiana herbs and spices with garlic butter). This felt a bit more oily but the sweetness of the seafood was more evident. We actually added a crab for $55 and it was damn good but I think the other restaurant with the same concept might be slightly more worth it though.
Zhihui
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Mee Goreng If you think it's just a Mee Goreng, indeed it is but not an ordinary plate of noodle. Their chilli is one of a kind. With the wok 'hei' and their unselfish quantity serving , plus their affordable pricing indeed it is worth to spread the news out. A place to dine with friends and family for any occasion. I will say they have their style. Feels like home.
MfJ
2w
For Halal Zi Char and Seafood Look no further for a Halal-certified Chinese meal that hits the spot. A short walk from Kallang MRT station, Segar Village serves up a good array of zi char and seafood dishes, and its rustic ambience makes it perfect for a no-frills Sunday dinner with the family 鈥 dress down in shorts and flip flops to feast in comfort! There are plenty of zi char classics like Sweet and Sour Chicken (from $9 for small), Assam Curry Fish Head ($20) and Sambal Kang Kong (from $8 for small), alongside one-dish meals like Sambal Petai Fried Rice ($6) and Hokkien Mee ($5). Segar Village is also known for its fresh seafood. Options include Barbecued Stingray ($12), Steamed Tilapia (market price) and Crab Tang Hoon (market price). Pro tip: Visit ASAP to enjoy their current promotion: for every $20 spent, you'll get to enjoy two crabs (either cooked in chilli or black pepper style) at a special price of $30. Avg Price: $20 per person Photo by Burppler Mfj Meow
Burpple
2w
Curry Fish Head Went there to have a meal with my family. Curry Fish Head is a must. Wasted they sold out their sambal petai with mince chicken. Otherwise with both dishes side by side, I'll be damn! Their curry gravy is pretty light and you can even drink it till the last drop. Too many dishes to share but Fish Head is a must to share. Definitely heading back to try the rest. Situated at 19 sims way, park at the multi carpark (turn in from Geylang Lorong 3) and it's just beside. Very convenient. Interesting they don't charge service charges and GST. It's a great place for gathering.
MfJ
3w
Hongkong Steam Fish Hongkong Steam Fish has been Chinese traditional dish for many auspicious event like Wedding events. This dish requires the fish to be fresh and usually Chef loves to serve it using Soon Hock. In this restaurant, this dish is serve fresh and without pork and lard, you can really taste the fine touch of a Cantonese Cuisine.
MfJ
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Loveeeee the fish & chips from Big Fish Small Fish @ Punggol East Container Park!!! 馃悷馃崯 Def one of the best offerings there. I bought the Sea Bass ($10.90) which comes with those lightly salted thin potato crisps. Dory ($6.90) is probs pretty yums too. Soooo good especially with the sauces!!!!!! Ranging from Salted Egg to Cheese, Chilli, Ketchup, Tar Tar andddddd XO Mayo!! Love dipping the fish in every sauce leh. Each bite is like a new dish. MUST TRY: Salted Egg Calamari with Bonito Flakes ($7.90) 馃 Super goooood. The rings were big and the sauce is so sedap. The Korean fried chicken wings from Seoul Good... can forget about it la don't bother hahahahahah #burpple #dqky
Kar Yan
3w
Th famous big fish small fish 馃悷 we ordered seabass ($10.90) which was damn good bc th fish is so tender!!! However portion is a little small. We ordered another potato salad ($3.90) as side dish. If only it comes w 2 side dishes instead of 1, it would be perfect. Th chips were soso only, i would prefer if they were fries 馃槢 馃憤馃徎 3.5/5 馃搷 Tebing lane, Riveria Lrt
Moonie
4w
For a Container Restaurant Feast When you're in the mood for a new dining experience, head right on to Punggol East, where a cluster of seven restaurants in shipping containers are now operational. Located within Social Enterprise Eco Development at Social Innovation Park, these container restaurants overlook the waterway, offering great atmosphere for alfresco dining. Whether you're up for a nibble or a full meal, you're likely to find something, from classic Fish and Chips ($6.90) from Big Fish Small Fish to tasty Sambal Stingray ($13) from D'Grill. To beat the heat, hop over to L'Chaim Bistro for a couple of pints ($6 for half; $11 for full), or cool off with a cold treat at like the Matcha Sherbet ($6.30) at Leung Kee Healthy Dessert. Pro tip: Check the weather forecast before you leave home. The sun can be merciless in the afternoons, so we would suggest coming by for an early dinner. Avg Price: $10-$25 per person, depending on restaurant Photo by Burppler Raine Liu
Burpple
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Sambal Stingray 銆$16 馃搷 D'Grill
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For Claypot Rice and Tasty Zi Char This Geylang stalwart has long been packing in the crowds for its claim to fame 鈥 Claypot Rice (from $14 for two pax). The dish is cooked painstakingly over a charcoal fire for about 30 minutes to achieve that unbeatable smoky flavour and delicious char. The chicken and waxed meat pieces peppered through the rice are also nice and tender. This spot is great for a one-pot dinner with a friend, but those who come in a big group get more tummy space to share their excellent zi char dishes. Try the off the menu Lotus Wrapped Pork Ribs ($15) that comes with plenty of chestnuts, shiitake mushrooms, and the Stir-Fried French Beans ($8). They also have another outlet in Serangoon Gardens, which is more nicely outfitted, but we very much prefer the atmospheric buzz of its original location. Pro tip: Save on waiting time by calling them to place an advanced order as well as to confirm seating availability. Avg price: $10 per person Photo by Burppler jankliciouz 瓿犿槣霠
Burpple
2w
Warm and comfort during the coldest of nights. Always loved the tender chicken pieces that comes with the Claypot Rice ($25 for 4 person).
Raine
3w
[jelly鏄熸湡浜宂 30 years of expertise in our local market, Geylang claypot rice still insisted on their day 1 cooking method. To cook from raw rice over charcoal fire 馃敟for 25mins before we get that pippin' hot, fragrance claypot rice 馃崥. Plus other signature dishes such as thai style soft shell crabs & pumpkin crayfish, this was definitely an enjoyable lunch. 鉂o笍 - 鉂o笍Geylang Claypot Rice 639 Geylang Road, Lorong 33 Singapore 389570 Tel: 67444574/ 67443619 Tues to Sun 11.30am - 2.30pm (lunch) 5.30pm - 11.30pm (dinner) Last order 11pm (Closed on Monday) Cash payment only
Jennifer
20w
Traditional claypot rice cooked with charcoal? Check. Here you go, from one of Singapore's most popular claypot rice eateries: Geylang Claypot Rice 鑺界鐡︾叢楗 馃槡馃憣 #claypotrice #geylang
jankliciouz
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