[CLOSED] New Ubin Seafood (Tampines)

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18 Tampines Industrial Crescent
Singapore 528605

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#ThrowBack to last Friday
@newubinseafood Tampines Weekday S$5.50 lunch
Sambal Pork + Egg + White Rice 三巴肉片丁+蛋配套餐

Kind of surprised to find the stall being closed from this week. Stall being dismantled today.

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BOSS BEE HOON 老板米粉 (S$12+)
Bee hoon, egg & chye sim fried “Boss-style”, i.e. according to the Pang family’s preference. A New Ubin legend and a tour de force of ‘wok hei’ flavour
Available at @newubinseafood
Slightly too charred for my taste

New Ubin Seafood
Address 🏡 : 18 Tampines Industrial Crescent, # 01-16
Singapore 🇸🇬 528 605
Open ⏰ : 11.30am - 3pm, 5.30pm - 10pm
Website 🌐 : https://newubinseafood.com/

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Had a celebratory meal here and had the must order beef platter that came with 'heart-attack' fried rice and wedges.

The beef comes medium rare which is awesome, including salt, pepper, mustard and ketchup.

Portions are generally small, but decent. Only issue is the white rice took ages to come.

Due to the current state of affairs, imma just start a new hashtag real quick: #takeouttuesday⠀

The first dish to star in the new hashtag is @newubin Smoked Pork Fried Rice, as half of the Signature Set for 1 ($12 before delivery charge) which comes with a dessert of Ubin’s famous banana gula Melaka. I had already been recently acquainted with New Ubin thanks to @veronicaphua, and I was looking forward to testing their standards anonymously.⠀

My god, the wok hei from the smoked pork was absolutely astounding. I know, the chunks of pork in the fried rice are small, but they ameliorate that annoyance with quantity. There’s a lot of those bad boys in that piquant pile of fried rice, and this quantity had a whole lotta quality. Smoky, salty, and simply satisfying to chew on, the smoky pork bits singlehandedly carried the entire plate of fried rice to palatable prestige.⠀

The little bits of shrimp were fabulously fresh with a supple snappiness to them with each bite, and the rice itself was fantastically fried and sublimely seasoned. Utterly delicious, and even the extra side dish of broccoli was not overlooked. It too, was equally enjoyable, as the otherwise bland broccoli was sautéed and seasoned to perfection.⠀

This is pretty damn delish for food that’s been delivered, no lies here.

Like the charcoal fish head steamboat that preceded this baked garlic crab dish, the crab was a simple dish with few ingredients. It was all a cunning plan though, as the natural sweetness of the fresh crabs was allowed to hog the limelight.

The subtle garlic aromas greatly aided in accentuating the flavour of the succulent crab flesh, and it was certainly a delicious break from the tradition of having crabs laden down with a sapid sauce of some kind. This garlic baked crab might just be Healthier Choice certified, but don’t quote me on that.⠀

Thanks @veronicaphua for inviting me, and @newubin for the hospitality!

This place used to be one of my favourite tze char place when they were still at sin min industrial. Was so happy that they recently moved near me and so i went down to try with few friends. Personally, I felt that standard has dropped. Steak served cold and not as fantastic. The fried rice however, is still addictive. The lala hokkien me has deteriorated much. Overall quite disappointing.