I scream for seafood! As much as im a seafood lover, you should know where to go to eat! A stall located at east coast. Though i live in northern part of singapore, i dont mind going to east coast for the sake of their Seafood. the food i will rate 4 out of 5 and their Service is good too but however their Waiting time is up to 30 minutes. Its a good place if you go with your family or friends to chill. Do come down to try their seafood! Most favourite is the tofu!
Food is good. Price reasonable. Service staff friendly... Must Try.. We have guest coming from all over e world, Spain, Australia, USA, etc, and when they so many choices to choose from in food village, they will stop by to even have a glimpse when walk past, no obligations even after looking at menu. Stingray is everyone favourite n coming in 2nd chilli crab.. 365 days a year, price of crab remains e same... All is been said. Do come and have a try.. Remember: No Obligations even u look at menu.. Stall 11 High Kee. East Coast Lagoon Food Village
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/04/06/average-hawker-food-east-coast-lagoon-food-village-on-6apr2014/
went with wife to marine parade/changi coast road to cycle my new bike this morning. decided to makan at east coast lagoon food village. the place was closed for S$1.5m 3-month renovation in aug2013 & re-opened in nov2013. i hardly went there even before renovation so didn’t mind to try out the place. the food stalls were spread over a sprawling area. it’s probably good for ambience & but kind of inconvenient for getting food and didn’t look like too many seats over a large area, not so efficient.
the orh luah at stall No12 was pretty good. i bought the S$4 portion & that was enough for 2 of us. i quite liked the egg & corn flour starchy part with egg.
the S$4.50 roxy “one & only” laksa was quite disappointing, don't even have him (cockles)! i hardly take laksa these days anyway, nothing like the very shiok curry chicken noddles @ hong lim food centre.
it was the usual “katong” lemak laksa now selling everywhere including hollandv. laksa w/o hum was like meaningless to me (that is of course just a personal preference). in any case it was no different from anywhere & my favourite is still sungei road laksa which was lots better than this & cost only S$3 PLUS it has cockles & you can “add cockles”.