Momma Kong's is a local Singaporean restaurant located in Chinatown that offers a relaxed and laid back setting for our guests to savour local crab delicacies such as Black Pepper Crabs, Steamed Crabs and Momma Kong's signature Crab Bee Hoon soup.
Mon - Fri: 17:00 - 23:00
Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
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daughter & friend bought 6pax family dinner @ mama kong’s at mosque street on 20.12.2014.
we were worried about traffic & parked 2 streets away at temple street, but actually there were quite a few lots at mosque street at 6pm on a saturday.
we seldom eat crabs. mainly because everyone is lazy to do the shells, and crabs are kind of rather ex in singapore. the last time my wife & i had crab at ming kee, very enjoyable of course – the 1.4kg sri lankan crab alone cost S$75.60++. not quite my thing but once in a long while i can be a bit crabby.
the small restaurant was packed full. we had a table which was comfortable for 4pax but kind of cramped for 6pax.
i guess everyone came here to eat crabs, so stir-fried chilli squid was the only non crab dish we ordered.
we ordered crab beehoon soup, butter crab & chilli crab = any set of 3-crab for S$118 on the menu, a small discount from ordering 3 separate crabs at S$42each.
later we added another crab beehoon soup. no prizes for guessing which crab we liked best.
all the crabs were good. they were smaller crabs, from vietnam or indonesia maybe, about 800g? not sri lankan crabs. all 4 crabs we ordered, the meat were firm & completely filled the shell and very sweet, so for me it was very good & not overly ex.
the chilli crab sauce was competent but i guess boring. the butter crab sauce tasted like the very nice salted egg pumpkin crab sauce at ah yat which i like a lot. it’s a toss up with the crab beehoon soup. usually the impression is that the crab flavours go into the soup (which it did) so the crab is less tasty. in this case though the crab was still tasty & i guess the beehoon soup trumped the butter crab sauce. ^^
we had buns of course, both deep-fried & steamed to wipe up the chilli sauce & butter sauce.
overall, it was an excellent dinner. excluding wine & beer etc (seems that corkage is only from second bottle onwards, so first bottle free). table was really cramped & i broke a wine glass when reaching out for food. crab! very sian! a server later broke another glass. maybe my table is jinxed.
i may actually come back again though i am not so very crabby person.