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Fuqing Seafood

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AsianBeerIndochineseIndonesianMalayMalay / IndonesianMalaysianSeafoodThaiWine
Located at Boat Quay, Fuqing Seafood offers a wide selection of Thai and Indochines seafood cuisine.

Daily: 11:00 - 00:00

+65 65572350
$110 based on 2 submissions
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• 04 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Never been scammed so badly in my life!

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Worst food ever! $500 for two people. Complete scam artists!  $140 for a crab!  $28 for 1 piece of shrimp.  They tried to force us to order more!   This is the worst restaurant I've ever been to and I've been to over 40 countries.  I hope this place closes!  We left feeling discustingly cheated while they pretended they didn't understand.  Total scam!
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  • 2 terrible crabs that cost $20 in normal restaurants cost us $140 each!
• 04 Jul 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overpriced and bad food - Do not go..

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One of the tout-ers in Boat Quay and they are quick to offer 30% off. Stepping in, you will realized everything is marked up or marked as "market price". We ended up paying $120 for a an overcooked fish.

And no, they gave only 20% off. Not the 30% that was promised..

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