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414 Geylang Road
Singapore 389392

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11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

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Old school goodness and we finished every strand of it. Resistance was futile. A big thank you to @sakeambrosia for the treat and a lovely evening. Really nice to get reacquainted with the food here. It’s so good.

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Still the best! The pepper has enough KICK to it but it’s so good that you just keep going back for more and I like that they can achieve all that flavour without the dish feeling oily. Finger licking good and worth every bit of hard work.

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Steamed to perfection and adorned with crispy garlic and resting on a bed of tong fun, this is seriously good. One is the best I’ve had. Perfectly executed.

I wouldn’t have thought of ordering this but thanks to @sakeambrosia, we did and I absolutely loved it. Utterly yummy and nourishing. Nothing like a good soup.

#Noshtalgia. That’s what’s last night’s meal was. I managed to hurtle back in time to a place my family use to hold family gatherings for celebrations (we hit the peak in the ‘90s I think), thanks to Louis. He had told me this place has the best white pepper crab in Singapore in his opinion, and since I hadn’t been there in forever and a day, somehow our conversation led to dinner being organised.
No Signboard Seafood does look a little different these days, but all I was really interested in, was the food. And boy, did it deliver.
We sipped on a delicious herbal soup with fresh bullfrog to start, which I swear is the best way to warm up for the rest of the meal. The white pepper crab was a stunner, featuring very good quality Sri Lankan crab cooked in a buttery sauce that was insanely fragrant and tasty (I had a huge urge to lick the plate clean but resisted). Each of our large bamboo clams steamed with glass vermicelli and golden-brown bits of fried garlic was flawlessly executed, and the accompanying dip of chilli, fresh herbs and raw garlic formed a most addictive combo with it. Louis shared that this restaurant’s “la la” (clams) stirfried in garlic and chili padi is his all-time favourite in Singapore and I can understand why - the dish turned out to be so appetising I wish we had tripled the size of our order. We had to get a serving of the restaurant’s mee goreng too since I had forgotten how the old-school style of fried yellow mee tasted. And yup, it was still cooked tomato-sweet, spicy and gunky with pieces of seafood and “tau kwa”, and still had the power to seal the deal for instant food coma.
The total bill for the three of us came to about $330, inclusive of a plate of sambal kang kong and a fresh coconut each. Thanks again Louis for footing it this time.

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Surprisingly crowded on a Tuesday.
White pepper crab is something to shout about. Chilli crab needs improvement.
Fish is fresh and nicely steamed. Other dishes oso OK.
Coconut ice cream is nice too.
Service OK initially. As it gets crowded, service started to slow down. But it's ok.