1 Jalan Dedaru 11
No. 1 Orang Asli, Telok Jawa
Masai 81750

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11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Prawns are fresh and crunchy

Restoran Todak was bustling on the last day of the year and we enjoyed the chili crab (RM 126 for about 900g, which is about $40 sgd, pretty worth it). The chili crab is more tangy sweet than spicy. Still we like how fresh it is, and how it comes with the shells cracked already, so it's easy to just bite into the meat.

+ The sea view of the North side of Singapore is good. V memorable night here just chatting with the sea breeze.

We enjoyed the horfun here a lot too. Ps this is about 20 mins cab ride from mt Austin

Crossing the bridge just for a meal at this massive seafood restaurant might sound like a radical idea, but the Burpple community assures it’s worth it. This restaurant is located near a local fish farm, so look forward to produce at its freshest. Crabs (from RM5 per 100g) are a must-order, especially the thick and eggy chilli sauce or spicy black pepper. Don’t stop there! Share some Butter Squid (from RM15), Curry Prawns (from RM10 per 100g) and Steamed Fish (MP) too. Dinner service gets a bit crazy here, so take Burppler’s Dex Neo’s advice and drop by for before 6pm to beat the crowd.
*Grab from City Square, ~SGD13, ~17-min ride
Photo by Burppler Marcus Lee


When we first got to the restaurant there were NO MORE CRABS :( but somehow we stayed there long enough and tried our luck again, seemed like they had an extra crab from their reservations stash and we got it!! It’s damn cheap and meaty, very worth it.

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Favourite dish here, addictive bites of butter squid. The curry prawn was not bad but too spicy.

Took a grab here all for the name of cheap seafood. Here we ordered blindly and hoped everything was cheap (it really was! In the end it was about $15 per pax I think, and that’s including crab). Came really early for dinner so it wasn’t crowded, but it filled up soon after and we were surrounded by people eyeing our table...

The food is good and cheap, but beware the longkang smell here :( maybe not so bad if you sit indoors?