I feel incredulous when I hear people talking about the price of crabs. Take for example the situation at Yio Chu Kang Road. There is Crab Party selling crabs for $55/kg while House of Seafood down the street sells them for $48/kg. A lot of people say that Crab Party is more expensive but they […]
If you are a crab lover, you would no doubt have heard about Ga Hock’s salt baked crabs. I have been wanting to eat at Ga Hock for the longest time, but never managed to get down to it till now. I had always imagined the salt baked crab is like salt baked chicken where […]
Siang Hee Seafood: Coffee Crabs hit the heartlands!
I have been a huge fan of Siang Hee Seafood since I first blogged about them in 2008. Ah Yoke is one of those hawkers who are really passionate about cooking and she is always experimenting with new recipes. She came up with a few of her own creations over the years, like her Luo […]
Kong Bak Pau $23 It’s a good thing to know that in fast paced Singapore where everything changes at breakneck speed that there are still some pockets of nostalgia waiting to be discovered. The Kong Bak Pau at Westlake is one such pocket. I am quite serious when I say that this Kong Bak Pau […]
Seng Kee Bak Chor Mee: Its like visiting your Uncle who happens to be a great cook!
Crab Bee Hoon Seasonal Price Our Seng Kee uncle is busy trying to build up his Cze Char business in the evenings and has been experiementing with different dishes to put on the Cze Char menu. The kakis have been patronising the Crab Bee Hoon over the last month or so and I have personally […]
Registration is now Closed! Registration is now opened for the ieat Crab Fest! There will be 8 courses consisting of crabs, crabs and more crabs. So it is advised that you eat plenty of vegetables for breakfast and lunch because dinner is not considered a balanced diet! The details are as follows:Date: 13 November 2009Time: […]
Roland Restaurant: History of Chilli Crabs, this is as Singaporean as it gets!
Singapore Chilli Crabs: At Uniquely Singaporean Dish I don’t think anyone disputed that Chilli Crabs is as Singaporean as the Merlion up till about a few weeks ago when the Malaysian Tourism Minister claimed Chilli Crabs as a Malaysian dish that has been highjacked by Singapore. Rather than achieving her goal, I think the Tourism […]
The ieat Global Crab Fest:: Featuring Crabs from around the Globe!
Our next makan session is probably going to be the most interesting one to date. Initially, I had thought about holding a Crab Fest where we will be cooking crabs in 8 different styles, but as fate would have it, I discovered after our dinner at Chin Huat that rather than just having Sri Lankan […]
Chin Huat: Live Seafood: There’s more to Seafood than just Sri Lankan Crabs!
Live US Geoduck (pronounced “Gweeduck”) special promo price $98 each Geoduck is one of the most commonly mispronounced seafood in Singapore. This giant clam which is found in the waters of Canada is actually pronounced “Gweeduck” and has nothing to do with a duck. The Chinese call it a 象拔蚌, lit elephant trunk clam which […]
JB Ah Meng: You don’t have to cross the causeway for some JB food!
White Pepper Crabs. $20 for 3 small crabs. Ever heard people say that the food in JB is really great? Yeah, I believe it too. But everytime I think about going into JB, the traffic jam at the causeway and the potential of losing your car and a few bucks is always a big deterrant. […]
Eng Seng Restaurant: Ring Up First or No Crabs for You!
With Amagada Black Pepper Crabs $38 per kg We should do a poll to see whether there are more Chilli Crab lovers or Black Pepper Crab lovers. I think that there was one time when Chilli Crabs were the runaway favourites, but then Black Pepper Crabs came onto the scene and stole top spot from […]
Holland Village XO Fish Head Bee Hoon: The Original XO Fish Soup!
XO Fish Bee Hoon $14 Who in the world would think of putting XO into Fish Soup? A guy who loves XO, that’s who. It turns out that the inventor of the XO Fish Soup was none other than an XO salesman who loved his drinks so much that he added it into Fish Soup. […]