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Jumbo Seafood (Riverside Point) (珍宝海鲜楼)

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A long-time favorite on the seafood restaurant scene, Jumbo began as a beachfront restaurant at East Coast and now has different restaurants scattered across the island. Nevertheless, the focus is still on preparing good Chinese-style seafood dishes. The black pepper crab and cereal prawns are perennial favorites.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 00:00

+65 65323435
$46 based on 31 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (14 votes), Waterfront (14 votes)
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Delicious Chilli crab and cereal prawns!

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I had a delicious meal at Jumbo Seafood at Riverside. The restaurant's main claim to fame is its Singaporean Chilli Crab,  which was beautifully executed. This delicious dish consisted of a large pot filled the brim with meaty mud crab pieces,swimming in a chilli, tomato and egg sauce. The result is a spicy, sweet, and savoury concoction which is utterly addictive. The meat on the crab was plentiful – especially in the crab claws where you can chew on huge hunks of sweet crab meat.   The cereal prawns were also extremely tasty, and I loved the crispy, sweet flavour of the cereal juxtaposed against the savoury prawns.    The view was also excellent- overall a great meal at Jumbo!

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• 07 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Delicious Chilli crab and cereal prawns!

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For a full review click here: http://dimshum.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/jumbo-seafood-restaurant-singapore/  -------------------------
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I had a delicious meal at Jumbo Seafood at Riverside. The restaurant's main claim to fame is its Singaporean Chilli Crab,  which was beautifully executed. This delicious dish consisted of a large pot filled the brim with meaty mud crab pieces,swimming in a chilli, tomato and egg sauce. The result is a spicy, sweet, and savoury concoction which is utterly addictive. The meat on the crab was plentiful – especially in the crab claws where you can chew on huge hunks of sweet crab meat.   The cereal prawns were also extremely tasty, and I loved the crispy, sweet flavour of the cereal juxtaposed against the savoury prawns.    The view was also excellent- overall a great meal at Jumbo!
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• 15 Apr 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Chili crab!

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The best chili crab in singapore.  We got the cereal prawns too and sweet buns.  Was a perfect evening with another couple.
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• 07 Nov 2013 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Good dinner but a bit expensive

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We had a good dinner with our friends from out of town but be careful with the fresh seafood about the price as we were caught out.
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