Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00
Sun: 08:00 - 22:00
Inspired by what he found in the United States, Anthony Wong came up with the concept to bring the magic of Boston to Singapore,offering fresh and premium seafood in a casual setting with an underlining self-service concept to keep prices low.
Blog entry with pics here.
Boston Clam Chowder S$5 This bowl was alright for me, tasted pretty familar as Campbell’s clam chowder, starchy texture. Lobster bisque S$5.50 This lobster bisque packed quite a punch in terms of taste. Seafood Platter S$17 Crispy light batter on the outside, juicy flaky fish inside. Also, came with scallops and prawns. Fries were so so.
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The Boston Seafood Shack is a casual eatery with a fun nautical themed interior. Its interior imitates the Boston Quincy Market with rows of wooden benches and tables.
The Mussels in Spicy White Wine Broth ($13) was a pleasurable delight. The aromatic white wine was not too overpowering and leaves a tingling sensation in the tongue. The mussels were however not well marinated with the sauce, but a little manual stir with the spoon works just fine as well.
The Boston Premium Lobstah Roll ($18) was rather disappointing. The lackluster bun was hard to chew on and felt like it was going to expire soon. The lobster, although a generous portion, was not fresh and the marinate had too much of a fishy taste.
Main course for each individual came one by one in 10-15min interval. By the time the last course come, it was a 45 min wait for my 1st friend. The restaurant was not packed at that time. Maybe 3-4 tables including us? And we ordered fried platter and spaghetti, food was extremely mediocre. For the price. not going to come again.