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Best seafood and fish restaurants in Singapore

The best seafood restaurants in Singapore

Long Beach seafood restaurant is one of Singapore's legendary restaurants and among the best places to enjoy Chili Crab and Black pepper crab: Two of the city-state's most favorite delicacies.  There are a few outlets, but the original one (possibly the most popular) is located in East Coast Seafood Centre.


Teochew City Seafood Restaurant, in Orchard Road's Centrepoint, has long made a name for itself as one of the best Teochew restaurants in Singapore.  As its name suggests, Cantonese and Teochew-style seafood and fish are the main draw.


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Manhattan Fish Market is a successful Malaysian restaurant chain, with a few outlets in Singapore, that serves hearty portions of fresh and tasty seafood in a pleasant and casual environment, and at fairly reasonable prices.  It's not anything like haute cuisine, but the food is good and is a good bang for the buck.


Tung Lok Seafood in East Coast Parkway serves fantastic Chinese and International-style seafood in a pleasant and semi-casual atmosphere.  They are particularly known for their good value a-la-carte buffet options, but the somewhat more expensive a-la-carte menu is where you will find the real culinary gems, such as their fabulous Chilled Seafood Platter ...


Fish & Co. is a seafood restaurant chain, similar to Manhattan Fish Market, and just like itsbusiness competitor, it is known for serving generous portions delicious seafood dishes in a casual and nice environment, and at relatively good prices.  With three outlets along Orchard Road, it makes a good choice for shoppers on "Singapore's Fifth Avenue"...


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Quayside seafood restaurant is one of these places where location and ambience play as important of a role as the food itself. Nestled in vivid Clarke Quay, with an alfresco terrace right on the Singapore River, it serves a wide variety of fresh seafood in different styles, in an ultra-pleasant atmosphere.


Jumbo Seafood Restaurant, another one of Singapore's iconic eating places, has been serving some of the best seafood in town for God knows how many years... Their riverfront outlet inRiverside point, right opposite Clarke Quay, is particularly nice and saves you the hassle of traveling all the way to East Coast Parkway.  Their Chili Crab and Black pepper crab are legendary, but you can allow yourself to be a bit adventurous and order something else... You are not likely to be disappointed.


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No Signboard Seafood has long become one of Singapore's seafood institutions, after serving superbChinese and Asian seafood dishes for who knows how many years. The chain started as a kiosk size food stall, with no signboard, and that is how it got its somewhat peculiar name...


Palm Beach Seafoodhas been serving some of the best seafood in Singapore since the 1950s...  Housed in One Fullerton, right next to the famous Merlion Statue, it boasts an elegant dining hall and a wide alfresco terrace, where you can enjoy their scrumptious Chili crab and Black pepper crab in style.



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