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    Everyday Food : Sea Food series

    Star Yong Kwang B.B.Q. Seafood



    Address:
    120 Bukit Merah Lane1,
    Alexandra Village Food Centre
    #01-03/04, Singapore 150120
    Hours :
    Daily 4pm to 10pm
    Tel : 9247 2018



    Star Yong Kwang BBQ Seafood is one of the top 20 winners of this year Singapore Favourite Food 2013. The zi char place took up 2 stalls at Alexandra Village Food Centre. The stall is owned by Mr Eng Boon Har but you will not be surprised to see his 18 years old son behind the wok cooking your delicious food. His son has been cooking since 13 years old under the watchful eyes of his father has learnt the trade well. He is probably one of the youngest hawker in Singapore. Looks like there is hope for the next generation in Singapore's hawker heritage. By the way he is quite good looking too.

    The sambal sting ray, is rather superlative.

    The fish is very fresh, beautifully barbecued, with a touch of charring on the thinner parts of the fish, and a light crisp finish to the skin, while the thick flesh of the stingray is wonderfully moist and tender. But the star is not the fish, but the fantastically hot and tasty chilli sauce which smothers the fish. And the slice of lime with cliced onions accompanies the dish perfectly.
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    CHAN BBQ Sea Food



    Address:
    #01-24,
    Fengshang Market and Food Centre,
    85 Bedok North Street 4,
    Singapore 460085



    The stingray wings were thick and large. Pulling it apart, rows of ray meat came out in fleshy slices. CHAN BBQ’s ray meat was thick, and extremely juicy and tender. But let me warn you, the sambal was intensely spicy. Just the way many locals like it.

    A few spoonfuls of it and you’re sure to break out in sweat, with your mouth crying out for mercy. You’ll see little dried chunks of residue in the fiery red sambal and those are ‘he bi’ or dried shrimps. CHAN BBQ makes use of a lot of ‘he bi, hence there’s notable aftertaste of it if your tongue has yet to be numbed by the spiciness.

    Despite it being just a normal looking lime, it made a lot of difference to the sauce. With the citrus tartness bringing the sweet, savoury and slightly fishy sambal altogether.

    Their sambal is not of the stinging pungent kind, it is a very subtle light version however it might be because it was spicy that my tongue just ceased being able to taste anything else in it. With the lime pulling it altogether, their sambal still felt kinda incomplete. Their side sauce was not of Chinchalok but a kind of chilli that was light and sour, nothing notable. Stiff after it cooled.
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    those photos are mouth watering

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    CHIN HUAT LIVE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

    CHIN HUAT LIVE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT



    Blk 105 Clementi St 12,
    #01-30, Singapore 120105
    Tel : 6775 7348
    Opens:
    11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10:30PM


    Chin Huat Live Seafood at Sunset Way, is of course, more than just lobsters. Besides the typical Sri Lanka crabs, they offer a huge variety of seafood and popular zichar dishes.

    The restaurant was pretty full when we went on a weekday for dinner. As it was just a casual family dinner, we decided to play safe and order the usual stuff like chilli crabs, deep-fried chicken, and sambal kangkong.

    Everyone knows that Chilli Crab is one of the must-eats in Singapore.




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    Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood BBQ - 忠忠海味园 BBQ 海鲜烧烤 (Chomp Chomp Food Centre)

    Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood BBQ - 忠忠海味园 BBQ 海鲜烧烤 (Chomp Chomp Food Centre)



    Address :
    #01-01
    Chomp Chomp Food Centre
    20 Kensington Park Road, Serangoon
    Singapore 557269
    Opening Hours:
    Daily 5pm to 12 midnight



    There are at least three stalls that sells barbecue (BBQ) seafood in Chomp Chomp Food Centre. Of these, I have tried two of the BBQ seafood stalls. And out of these two stalls, there's one which I always prefer to order from. The stall is Chomp Chomp Hai Wei Yuan Seafood BBQ 忠忠海味园BBQ海鲜烧烤 (what a mouthful). I shall call it Hai Wei Yuan to keep it short.

    The seafood such as stingray, crayfish, lala clams, gong gong and cockles were displayed on a bed of ice. We ordered three dishes and two bowls of rice from Hai Wei Yuan . The three dishes were Sambal Kang Kong $8, Sambal Lala $8 and BBQ (Sambal) Stingray $12. The two bowls of rice cost $1. Payment is made only after the food is served. We waited for around 40 minutes before our food was served.

    Although the Sambal Kang Kong $8 served on a piece of banana leaf had been highly raved about, I thought that it was average. I had eaten better ones elsewhere. The Kang Kong was well cooked and retained a nice crunchines. However, the dish as a whole was too spicy and was not tasty enough.

    We thought that the Sambal Lala Clams was unique. The lala clams were normal, but what stood out was the sauce. It had the right balance of spiciness, sweetness and saltiness (due to the lala clams). What made the sauce so unique was that it had this slight peanutish flavour that made it aromatic and addictive.

    Needless to say, we always squeeze the lime to up the flavour by a notch or two. The BBQ Stingray was not bad. The sambal chilli spread was spicy and fragrant while the Stingray was tender, soft and more importantly fresh. However, a grouse which I had was that the stingray was too thin - not meaty considering the price. Having said that, credit must be given to the stall owner as he bothered to add slices of onions on top of the BBQ Stingray to enhance the flavour. I polished off the whole stingray (literally) including its skeleton (soft bone) which contains cartilage which is good for the joints.

    Even though we had to wait so long for the food and the price seems to be on the higher end for a hawker centre, I would still be back.



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    Sin Kee Seafood Soup (鲜记海鲜汤)



    Sin Kee Seafood Soup (Woodlands)
    Teo Chap Bee Eating House
    Blk 19 Marsiling Lane
    Singapore 730019
    Open 8am to 6pm



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    Star Yong Kwang @ Alexandra Village Food Centre 荣光铁板烧鱼



    Star Yong Kwang BBQ Seafood
    120 Bukit Merah Lane 1,
    #01-04 Alexandra Village Food Centre,
    Singapore 150120
    Open daily: 4pm to 11pm

    People who have tried this mostly would fall in love with their sambal because it is a fantastic formula that balances spiciness, sweetness and a load of other spices, giving birth to their personal secret star sambal sauce formula.



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    Uncle Leong Seafood (Punggol)



    Address:
    6 Tebing Lane, #01-03,
    Punggol East, Singapore 828835
    Hours: 4:30–11:30PM
    Phone: 6441 1848

    The original dish was reportedly created in 1956 by Lim Choon Ngee and his wife Cher Yam Tian at a humble seafood eatery at Kallang River. When business grew, they moved to Upper East Coast Road and set up Palm Beach Seafood. Their original version was fresh crab cooked with chilli and tomato sauce, and served with crusty French bread.

    Chilli Crab is listed at number 35 on World’s 50 most delicious foods, complied by CNN Go in 2011. This Singaporean iconic seafood dish is a must try to complete the culinary exploring journey of any travellers.





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    Swatow Garden Seafood Restaurant - 汕头海鲜



    Address: 22 Kensington Park Rd, Singapore 557271
    Hours: 9AM-10PM
    Phone: 6343 1717



    Located at Serangoon Garden Country Club, Swatow Garden offers an authentic Teochew menu that reflects centuries of cultural influences.Open to members and members of the public, it is the second outlet under the well-established Swatow Seafood Brand.To maintain its high standards of excellence, the talented chefs from Asia Pacific prepare its hallmark delicacies using only the freshest of ingredients.MUST TRIES: With 16 variations of handmade dim sums available on its menu, you'll be spoilt for choice.Perhaps you'd like to try a pairing of the Gold Fish Dumpling and Steamed Dumplings with Chives. Maybe the Siew Mai with Fish Roe and Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce sound more appealing.Whatever it is, you are bound to be salivating.







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    First Street Teochew Fish Soup - 第一街潮州鱼汤



    Address:
    1014 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534752
    Tel : +65 81619552





 

 

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