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Sin Huat Eating House 新发海鲜馆

Seafood Restaurant$$$$
Central Region, Singapore
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  • Condé Nast Traveler
    "Get the crab bee hoon on rice vermicelli.” - Anthony Bourdain"(5 Tips)
    Queenie T.
    "Awesome duck rice!! (Y) MUST TRY~"(8 Tips)
    Marsk O.
    "Crab beehoon is the best here, but pricey."(3 Tips)
    Leo H.
    "... gai lan vegetables, gong gong (sea whelks), garlic prawns (tonnes of..."(3 Tips)
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  • Condé Nast Traveler
    Condé Nast TravelerOctober 27, 2016
    “A sweltering dump open to the street and the prostitutes of Geylang. The chef wears shorts and rubber wellies. It’s also delicious. Get the crab bee hoon on rice vermicelli.” - Anthony Bourdain Read more
  • Sawit K.
    Sawit K.September 14, 2016
    Crab beehoon is the must!!!
  • Elizabeth Z.
    Elizabeth ZhouMay 27, 2016
    It is so pricey and the wait is long -- always 40 mins at the mim, but I love the crab bee hoon here.
  • Ernest C.
    Ernest CustodioFebruary 18, 2015
    Scallops are really good. Bring a big appetite and a big group to taste many dishes.
  • Marsk O.
    Marsk OngOctober 13, 2014
    Crab beehoon is the best here, but pricey. Otah is yummy. They have curry fishhead just for the afternoon menu. And no they don't do duck rice!
  • Ari Royce
    Ari RoyceSeptember 2, 2014
    Crab bee hun - cook's tour
  • Lay Lim T.
    Lay Lim TeoJune 15, 2014
    The home made otak was quite good.
  • Alistair C.
    Alistair CookMarch 26, 2014
    It's a 'has been'. Waited over an hour and still waiting for crab. Had our veggies, which were greasy. Don't bother. Find somewhere else.
  • Benny
    BennyJune 7, 2013
    Awesome crab bee hoon and humpback grouper
  • Hiroaki K.
    Hiroaki KozukiDecember 25, 2012
    Waiter info me today open 18:30-
  • Agus A.
    Agus AbimanjuJune 25, 2012
    Try the Crab Bee Hoon
  • Kenneth T.
    Kenneth TiongJune 10, 2012
    Crab Beehoon here isn't bad. But not worth the 3 digit price tag. It's roe-based sauce with lard. Danny will ply you with options like gong gong, prawns,scallops. Refuse if you don't want to overpay.
  • Kenneth T.
    Kenneth TiongJune 7, 2012
    Enjoy every minute (i.e $3) you spend here
  • Lisa C.
    Lisa CheongSeptember 18, 2011
    I hope you like lots of garlic with your seafood, because this guy uses it like it costs nothing. <3
  • Yanfen L.
    Yanfen LeeMay 28, 2011
    Ridiculously expensive. One plate of gong gong was $50.
  • Eric L.
    Eric LeeApril 7, 2011
    Good duck rice I ever eat
  • Frances Grace L.
    Frances Grace LaiJanuary 6, 2011
    Best seafood ever
  • Queenie T.
    Queenie TanDecember 26, 2010
    Awesome duck rice!! (Y) MUST TRY~
  • kwek z.
    kwek zheng weiDecember 23, 2010
    Duck rice (Y)
  • Jonas T.
    Jonas TanOctober 22, 2010
    Awesome duck rice. Must try !
  • Prince JC
    Prince JCSeptember 27, 2010
    it has, imho, one of e best duck rice in singapore.
  • Leo H.
    Leo HwangSeptember 11, 2010
    Try the black pepper crab, crab bee hoon (crab vermicelli), baby gai lan vegetables, gong gong (sea whelks), garlic prawns (tonnes of garlic), frogs legs. Best restaurant in Singapore. Hands down.
  • Filicia Y.
    Filicia YapAugust 20, 2010
    Tastiest duck rice ever! :)
  • Jim Defcon C.
    Jim Defcon ChuaJune 18, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    awesome duck rice found here!
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