KIAN SENG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
Block 4013, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-450, Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 1, Singapore 569629 DirectionsSince 1960
Fish Maw, Deep Fried Prawn Roll, Hong Kong Style Noodles, Fruitful Salad, Cereal and Steamed Prawns, Teochew Style Pomfret, Shark’s Fin Soup with Crab Meat, Lobster Cold Dish, Yam Paste with Gingko Nuts, Salted Kampong Chicken, Golden Seafood Roll & Scallop with Vegetable
Kian Seng Seafood Restaurant is an air-conditioned restaurant. They have unique recipes such as steamed shark’s head, seafood in a clay pot, nonya fishhead and the latest fave is a crab with salted egg. The restaurant serves old Teochew dishes like steamed vegetable with Dried Scallop. Instore dine-in, pickup or delivery services are available. You can avail their free membership rewards.
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232 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Street 22, #01-1222, Singapore 560232 Directions
Hot Plate Prawn, Crab Meat, Prawns with Sesame Salad, Dry Scallop, Salted Egg Prawns, Fried Seafood, King Crab, Orange Flavor and Fishmaw with Prawns, Plains Steamed Lobster, Chilli Crab & Sashimi Scallop
'Mellben Seafood' is a household name for crabs and provides some of the best seafood and Singaporean food in Singapore. They have been offering a fascinating combination of dishes. Mellben seafood is a family business having eight outlets across Singapore. The restaurant has takeout, reservations, outdoor seating, highchairs and wheelchair.
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BAN LEONG WAH HOE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
122/124 Casuarina Road, Singapore 579510 Directions
Chilli Crab, Black Pepper, Prawn Paste Crispy Chicken, Salted Bean Steam Fish Head, Piping Hot Longevity Noodles, Black Bean, Spring Onion and Ginger Stir-Fried Crab, Oyster Omelette, Har Cheong Gai, Garlic Clams & Assam Stingray
Ban Leong Wah Hoe Seafood Restaurant has started as an economical rice stall for many years before taking the form of a zi char stall. They have delighted families for over thirty years. The restaurant has received a place among popular restaurants on national newspapers. Ban Leong Wah Hoe Seafood Restaurant directly imports its seafood every day and supports the values of good, healthy, fresh food, at reasonable costs. It is also the originator of the first chilli crab challenge in the world.