1 HarbourFront Walk
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Singapore 098585

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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Tried both the white pepper crab and chilli crab in one sitting at No Signboard Seafood as part of a celebration meal. It’s been a really long time since I visited No Signboard and I am pleasantly surprised by how good the chilli crab is. It retains a decent level of spiciness (also not too spicy so more people can enjoy the dish), without letting the sweetness of the tomato sauce dominate the whole dish. I felt there was a semi sweet dried longan aftertaste but none of my dining companions commented about it. The chilli crab gravy here looks a bit like curry-laksa, with runny egg mixed into it. Super delicious dip for the golden mantou goodness!

The white pepper crab is arguably more famous than the chilli crabs here, and I can see why. The pepper fragrance is super inviting, and the thick white pepper sauce was just screaming to be used as a dip. I even poured it over my Ee fu noodles as a gravy. The peppery spice is definitely distinct from chilli spiciness, so even if you’re not into spicy foods, the white pepper gravy is a good alternative.

The crabs at No Signboard are also served pretty well cracked so you don’t actually need to use the crab cracker to get at the meat! If you have a friend who is prone to getting gravy all over themselves or on the people near them, you can get a bib from the waitstaff if you’re wearing light colours.

We had a male crab for the white pepper crab and a female one for the chilli crab. Apart from the roe, I’m not sure if that makes a difference with the sweetness of the meat, but the chilli crab meat tasted many times sweeter than the crab meat from the white pepper crab. That said, both myself and my colleague woke up the following day thinking of the white pepper crab, so there’s definitely something magical in that sauce!

Had my eye on this the instant I saw it on the menu and places my order for the Orh Nee together with our food orders.

I really wasn’t expecting a firm mould of yam paste to be served, but it is what it is. You’re provided with a jug of coconut milk to pour and mix to your desired consistency. Based on the three bowls we had at our table, our general consensus was that it was way too much effort and we would’ve preferred if the chef had added in the milk prior to serving. Tastewise the dessert was not bad, it’s not too sweet, and you can actually smell the aroma of the fried yam paste. The ginkgo nuts weren’t bitter either, which is always a plus.


6 pretty good sized prawns but the star was definitely the sauce. Even the raw cabbage that was served under the prawns tasted delicious when coated with the sauce. So good

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Ordered 2 pieces. They were perfectly cooked. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside but the pieces can be a bit bigger for their prices in my opinion. Pretty good as a whole

Looks unassuming but it is actually pretty good. Simple and delicious

There is absolutely no hint of butter at all. Tasted more like sweet and sour chicken but the chicken was crispy and the breadcrumbs on top added a unique texture to the dish. Pretty average dish though