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Most, if not all, of the stalls that are selling satay here will probably entice you with the aroma from grilling the meat skewers at their stall front but most people will usually make a beeline to Haron Satay, which I believe has the better flavour. At $0.70 per stick (beef, chicken or mutton), each satay is grilled upon order and you can be assured that you are getting the freshest batch once your buzzer rings. The meat is well-marinated and well-cooked over the charcoal fire, which also results in a strong smokiness that is present in each skewer. There’s no better way to enjoy grilled meat than on a stick with a dip into the homemade nutty peanut sauce and chase it with some cut onions and cucumbers.
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📍East Coast Lagoon Food Village
1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960

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Let me prove you wrong that there are in fact numerous hidden gems in this alfresco dining spot, dishing several of our Singaporean favourites. First up is Eastern Red Seafood (Stall 01-37); one look at the stall’s menuboard and it will give you enough reasons to give them a chance. From zichar classics such as chilli crab, cereal prawns and sambal stingray, you can literally order up a feast to fill up the entire table with food. The stingray was meaty and the sambal covering it was savoury with a tinge of spice to it. Squeeze the calamansi before eating to give it a burst of life and dip the meat with some of the tangy chilli by the side for the ultimate enjoyment. A few units beside Eastern Red Seafood is Lagoon Carrot Cake (Stall 01-40), and as the name suggests, their signature is their fried carrot cake, which we got the black version, and surprisingly I have read that they do a great popiah as well. With all the uncertainty surrounding us and the virus situation, a lot of F&B outlets have suffered tremendously as a result. Hence, we should continue to #supportlocal and #savefnbsg by patronizing them if we are around the area, be it dining at the spot, ordering a takeaway or calling for a food delivery.
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📍East Coast Lagoon Food Village
1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960

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There are several repeated stalls in East Coast Lagoon Food Village selling the same kind of food but the two that I will recommend for oyster omelette and BBQ chicken wings are Song Kee Fried Oyster (Stall 01-15) and Ah Hwee BBQ Chicken Wings & Spring Chicken (Stall 01-14). Located side-by-side, you can get the best of both worlds easily in one single location. The former is manned by two elderly gentlemen with one of them frying up a decent plate of oyster omelette as the ratio of eggs to batter were measured perfectly so that you get the optimal amount of eggy-ness and crispy ends. The latter, almost reminiscent of the ones I had from Wong Ah Wah in Kuala Lumpur, were perfectly grilled chicken wings. Usually, you only get the marinate on the skin but for here, you can literally taste it inside the meat as well.
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📍East Coast Lagoon Food Village
1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960

Let me prove you wrong that there are in fact numerous hidden gems in this alfresco dining spot, dishing several of our Singaporean favourites. First up is Eastern Red Seafood (Stall 01-37); one look at the stall’s menuboard and it will give you enough reasons to give them a chance. From zichar classics such as chilli crab, cereal prawns and sambal stingray, you can literally order up a feast to fill up the entire table with food. The stingray was meaty and the sambal covering it was savoury with a tinge of spice to it. Squeeze the calamansi before eating to give it a burst of life and dip the meat with some of the tangy chilli by the side for the ultimate enjoyment. A few units beside Eastern Red Seafood is Lagoon Carrot Cake (Stall 01-40), and as the name suggests, their signature is their fried carrot cake, which we got the black version, and surprisingly I have read that they do a great popiah as well. With all the uncertainty surrounding us and the virus situation, a lot of F&B outlets have suffered tremendously as a result. Hence, we should continue to #supportlocal and #savefnbsg by patronizing them if we are around the area, be it dining at the spot, ordering a takeaway or calling for a food delivery.
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📍East Coast Lagoon Food Village
1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960

$18.80 (4 pax!! - $9.50 for a set of tekah, small bkt and a bowl of rice; $3.90 kailan; $5.40 for 3 rice, 1 taukwa, 1 egg, 1 meicai)

tekah was hUgE broooooo definitely needa find someone to eat w/ u. skin was qq and smooth, collagen vvvvvv soft w0w and the meat is tender
they added spices to the bkt so it was like damn nice? prefer this to songfa :>
kailan was a bit ex cos they just boil + add sauce & fried onion only haha
but the other sides are q worth; taukwa was q nice

These bento boxes are now available for takeaway and delivery (via Deliveroo, Foodpanda or GrabFood), providing the convenience in indulging in quality food from each restaurant at the comfort on your own home or office. For the JUMBO Seafood bento boxes, each of them are specially curated to include an egg fried rice with accompanying crowd favourites such as deskilled prawns stir fried with JUMBO’s signature chilli crab sauce, sweet and sour sliced salmon and braised beancurd when you opt for Set F ($12.80) and chicken glazed with tangerine honey, broccoli stir fried with minced garlic and house-made beancurd with fresh mushroom in Set B ($10.80).

With this launch, there is an ongoing promotion till 31 May 2020 whereby customers can enjoy 10% off all bento boxes when they opt for self-collection from 12:00pm to 2:15pm daily. Bento boxes are available daily and last order is at 6:30pm.
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📍 JUMBO Seafood
1206 East Coast Parkway, Unit 01-07/08, East Coast Seafood Centre, Singapore 449883

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