39 Sin Ming Drive
Singapore 575713

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Thursday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Its really really slow the service. The queue move very slow ,becoz the seller don't allow people to take the condiment by themselves.
He insisted to served all to the guests,  so can give fully "customer service experience".

When I asked him can I place my order now, he answered me, If you not happy you can cancel order 😱. After stand for so long, this is the sentence he gave to me.

I only able to get my food after 1 hour 15 mins.
Is it worth the waiting time?? NO.
Will I come back ? NO.

💰$18.8
📍Rayben King Seafood Soup.
39 Sin Ming Dr

A bottomless bowl of seafood goodness, with trove of batang fish, clams, squid, lala, minced pork, tofu, prawns, crab and even a lobster! Really comforting and satisfying dish for the price. Not the most accessible place to visit by public transport but I wouldn't mind traveling all the way down again for this.

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The flesh of the flower crab was very tender and moist, exuding a sweet and clean taste that made me wish there was more.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/rayben-king-seafood-soup/

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A hidden gem in an unexpected place. @raybenkingofseafood is located within a coffeeshop within Sin Ming Industrial Estate, near the Kong Meng San Monastery.

Selling only seafood soup with a mixture of ingredients such as crab, prawns, Batang fish, clams and more. Comes in 3 sizes: L ($8.80), XL ($18) and XXL ($38) and the option to add-on rice, bee hoon or thick bee hoon.

The broth capture the full flavours of fish and shrimp shells but the XL bowl, with the addition of
Lobster enriched the broth, giving it a more complex level of flavours.

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A hidden gem in an unexpected place. @raybenkingofseafood is located within a coffeeshop within Sin Ming Industrial Estate, near the Kong Meng San Monastery.

Selling only seafood soup with a mixture of ingredients such as crab, prawns, Batang fish, clams and more. Comes in 3 sizes: L ($8.80), XL ($18) and XXL ($38) and the option to add-on rice, bee hoon or thick bee hoon.

The broth capture the full flavours of fish and shrimp shells but the XL bowl, with the addition of
Lobster enriched the broth, giving it a more complex level of flavours.

A hidden gem! A bowl of goodness for just $18 (2 pax). There's crab, lobster, prawns, batang fish, pacific clams, lala, sotong, minced meat, tomatoes as the ingredients. Everything is super fresh. Options of rice, beehoon or thick beehoon as staples. The soup is full of natural sweetness of the seafood and owner shared with us that there is no MSG added. As you can see from the picture, portion is super generous. Super value for money. There is also smaller bowl option at $8.80 and large bowl at $38. A definite must try!

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