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1206 East Coast Parkway
#01-07/08 East Coast Seafood Centre
Singapore 449883

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11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

05:00pm - 11:45pm

05:00pm - 11:45pm

05:00pm - 11:45pm

05:00pm - 11:45pm

05:00pm - 11:45pm

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Scrambled to find a Chinese place for reunion dinner that my empress dowager Aunt would approve of.
Jumbo was available just a week before yesterday, offering a 8pm booking and we went ahead. We picked a 6 course menu and added 2 signature chilli crabs with fried and steam mantous.
Everything was acceptable with some unexpected stand outs - like the good sesame tang yuans swimming in a pool of sugared cheng teng. Also the soft almost comparable to firm tofu, shiitake mushrooms in the braised baby abalone dish.
Of course the signature chilli crab was on of the better renditions around but my palate still preferred a chilli sauce based without peanuts yet Jumbo’s version is laden with bites of crushed peanuts.
Overall, for the price we were paying I couldn’t stop myself from wondering if I could find way superior alternatives for a similar price range.... maybe next year ✨

Tried Pocky X Yakun Kaya (Kaya flavour) a few months ago and loved it. This Pretz X Jumbo (Singapore Exclusive) Chilli crab flavour got us excited and we were not hesitant at all to put them in the shopping basket.🧺
Having said that, we found this flavour quite an oddball. If we did blindfold, we wouldn’t know that it’s a chilli crab flavour. We love Jumbo Seafood signature dish 💯 but it’s quite a push when it comes to biscuit sticks.🤔

Very flavorful Sambal chili sauce. The vege was fresh and crunchy. Great with rice.

Not as nice as the sweet and sour pork. The sauce was also quite sweet. I liked the spiciness.

This was really quite bland and not a lot of garlic. But could taste the fresh sweetness of the asparagus. Ask for more garlic.

The special spicy sauce was actually Sambal chili sauce. Very savory and spicy. Fried with garlic, spring onions and onions, and some slices of bell peppers. So fragrant. Included some fried mushrooms that burst with juice. Yummy.