[CLOSED] Mr Wholly

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38 Sultan Gate
#01-01 FOMO
Singapore 198486

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Our table of 3 went for the Wholly Bucket ($139 including two sides of our choice; serves 3-4pax) and it was such a delight! The staff literally came over clutching a bucket and proceeded to pour out the fragrant & drool worthy contents on the table lined with plastic and grease paper.

We chose their signature chilli kicap sauce and opted for fries and fried mantou for our sides. I could see why the chilli kicap is popular; it was savoury and packed a spicy punch. The two crabs were huge and fleshy and there were also big prawns and so many clams and mussels... as if that isn’t enough, there were also hotdogs, potatoes & corn drenched in all that chilli kicap goodness.

My dining companions and I had a really great meal and were already discussing about returning to try their Wholly seafood nasi lemak which comes in a huge plate for 3-4pax as well😍

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This affordably priced laksa came with flower clams, mussels, half shell scallop, and a choice of bamboo lobster, prawns or crayfish.
It's a substantial bowl of laksa with enough seafood with nice tau pok to soak up the laksa gravy. My personal preference would be for the gravy to be more savoury, possibly through the use of more hae bee (dried shrimps), but I like that there's lots of coconut milk in this. I'll recommend the bowl with prawns, as there'll be several large prawns that came with it. For $10.80, this is great value.


In all, it cost $83 (inclusive of the rice) for 2-3 pax

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Filled with 2 crabs 🦀 , 15 prawns 🦐 , 500g mussels, 500g clams, served with corn 🌽 , potatoes 🥔 and sausages and your choice for the 2 sides. This is recommended for 4-5 pax. But I feel this is recommended for 3-4 pax instead (because they’re too addictive!). The seafood were fresh and delicious with creamy tom yum. The tom yum sauce was appetising with a hint of spiciness. If you want an extra spicy kick for your seafood, go for the signature chilli kicap sauce. This is something different from the tom yum sauce, you get a tad of sweetness with tons of spiciness 🌶 .
Thanks justinfoodprints for the invite. .
Where to dine?
Mr Wholly Seafood
38 Sultan Gate, FOMO, 198486

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A huge bucket of messy goodness came in a bucket before it was poured over on the table. This is enough to serve 4-5 persons, as it came with 2 crabs, 15 prawns, 500g of mussels, 500g of clams, corn, potatoe, sausages and 2 sides such as cheesy fries, sweet potato fries or fried mantou to mop up the juices.
Seafood was fresh and we enjoyed the creamy tom yum sauce as pictured. I would recommend their signature chilli kicap sauce, which is spicy with a tad of sweetness.
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Salmon Nasi Lemak ($8.90)
$8.90 seemed like a steal for a plate of nasi lemak served at a hipster coffeeshop, especially when it serves up unusual ingredients such as salmon and baby squid. I was rather skeptical when picking my choice from the option of prawns, baby squid and a salmon fillet for my protein. I picked the most unusual option to give it a shot. The slab of salmon was rather generous and topped with a mildly spicy sambal sauce but if there’s one thing that really bothers me about salmon, it’s about overcooked salmon. @MrWholly ‘s salmon fillet was tough as a new pair of leather shoes and tasted rather dry. The served rice was also not at least lukewarm. The piece of scrambled egg resembled those found int $1.50 nasi lemak packets. The only silver lining in the dish was the abundance of crispy anchovies. For the same price, you would probably get more bang for your buck at the nearby nasi padang eateries.