The moment you step into the restaurant, it gives an authentic old Chinese restaurant feel and along the side wall, you can see numerous pictures and write up of the restaurant. Singapura Seafood Restaurant is one of those old school Chinese restaurants still around in Singapore, and they specialise in Foochow cuisine. They’ve also been said to be the first ones in Singapore to introduce cold crab here.
Cold crab ($5.50 per 100g) is their Signature dish. It was fresh but I wasn’t impressed. 
The Prawn Rolls ($16 small) were my favourite dish. It was crunchy and fresh tasting, rolled up tightly with pig mesentary (Peng Seh) and lightly coated with flour to deep fry. I enjoy the natural sweetness of the prawn. The flavour is more subtle, but the texture of the prawn with the crunch of the skin is very good. 
I’ve never tasted anything like Honey pork ribs ($12 small) before. The meat simply slides off the bone which made eating easy. The texture was excellent. 
Special Bee Hoon (Small $10) was a surprised. It looked rather simple and bland but it is actually tasty. A good alternative to rice.
Blk 9 Selegie Road
#01-31 Selegie House
Tel: 6336 3255 / 6336 3478
11am – 230pm, 6pm – 1030pm
Closed on Mondays.
 
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. We paid for the meal.
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