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Uncle Leong Seafood (Punggol)

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Uncle Leong Seafood is famous for their crab dishes and local cuisine. A now, full-fledged restaurant, continues to drawn customers with its signature dishes that could really attract everyone the way it was made and prepared.

Daily: 16:00 - 23:30

+65 64411848
$45 based on 46 submissions
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Food good but not the service

Visited JE branch last Sunday.
Food is definitely good. However, the service must improve.
Arrived at about 6.35pm. Ordered at about 6.45pm but waited till 7.20pm food not delivered. Those who came before us already had most of their dishes. There is mix up in the kitchen as told.
One of the staff promises something to try to pacify but it was not delivered as the manager had other idea. If not, it will be a good place to visit again.
May visit other outlet.

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• 31 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Food is very salty

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Food is lousy and salty. Menu has no price listed against the food items. Will not visit this place again.
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• 19 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food good but not the service

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Visited JE branch last Sunday.
Food is definitely good. However, the service must improve.
Arrived at about 6.35pm. Ordered at about 6.45pm but waited till 7.20pm food not delivered. Those who came before us already had most of their dishes. There is mix up in the kitchen as told.
One of the staff promises something to try to pacify but it was not delivered as the manager had other idea. If not, it will be a good place to visit again.
May visit other outlet.
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• 06 Sep 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Best Crab Bee Hoon

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This restaurant serves the absolute best Crab Bee Hoon in Singapore. Such great presentation of the dish too! Ask for female crab if you enjoy luscious orange roe.

I also tried the Chilli Crab, Coffee Pork Ribs and Cereal Prawns which did not disappoint.

The only complaint I have is that the menu did not state the prices which made deciding what to order a little bit of a hassle.

Note: Uncle Leong and Melben are both owned by the same family. Also, check out the adorable pet rainbow crabs in store!
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