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The Naked Finn

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Seafood
A casual-styled restaurant and bar offering high quality crustaceans, cooked simply, and most importantly, priced reasonably. Helmed by the duo who started Klee (bar) at Portsdown Road, this is also the perfect place to enjoy cocktails under the stars.

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

+65 66940807
$82 based on 25 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), Chillout (5 votes)
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Mei C
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Good place for seafood lovers.

The food was very well done with simple ingredients. It's crowded even on a Monday night and price is reasonable. The cocktails were pretty good too.

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  • Pan-fried barramundi6 votes
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  • Homemade fresh coconut sorbet2 votes
  • South African Lobster2 votes
  • Barramundi cooked Teochew style1 vote
  • Chilled Piquant Vermicelli1 vote
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23 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lousy, overrated

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Super overrated!
Food is very normal and unimpressive, not value for money at all. 
Lobster bisque is diluted and do not smell fresh.
The lobsters are the worst! Looks and taste more like prawns, and they are not even as sweet as prawns, not to mention their size!
Can easily be one of the worst experience I had in a long long time!
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10 Mar 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Good place for seafood lovers.

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The food was very well done with simple ingredients. It's crowded even on a Monday night and price is reasonable. The cocktails were pretty good too.
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  • Vermicelli was such a basic dish but it tastes really delicious. Had to snap a pic before i finished
09 Mar 2015 • 2001 reviews • 255 followers

Just like a pop up restaurant

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A friend of mine had been raving about this place for awhile, so I thought I would drop by and see what the hype was all about.

For our valentines day, we went for the Seafood Set for 2 ($138), which started with the Kangkong, served chilled and blanched with calamansi to add a zesty flavour. I must admit that this took me aback as I am not used to kangkong being served out of a fridge.

The next course, also served out of the fridge was the Piquant vermicelli. Like the kang kong, it took awhile getting adjusted to but once it hit close to room temperature it was actually quite a nice compliment to the other courses.

Finally, the Wild caught  baby Indian squid came served warm, juicy with and mixed in some of its squid ink colouring with strong barbecued afer taste.

Similar is the Wild caught New Zealand Littleneck, juicy clams that brought me back to the days when I used to d*** for smaller ones on the beach.

Then came the lightly grilled Diver caught great Altlantic scallop, followed by Locally farmed baramundi, with crispy skin and tender meat.

Finally, had the flambeed Farmed tiger prawn as the final course before dessert.

For dessert, we had the Naked Chendol ($13). Not sure what to make out of this one but it was a nice sweet icy finish to the meal.

Overall, expect good quality cooking from good ingredients. Ordering is and paying is done at the counter in this informal no frills pop up - a nice change to the regular restaurant setting.



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  • Kangkong
09 Mar 2015 • 2001 reviews • 255 followers

Just like a pop up restaurant

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A friend of mine had been raving about this place for awhile, so I thought I would drop by and see what the hype was all about.

For our valentines day, we went for the Seafood Set for 2 ($138), which started with the Kangkong, served chilled and blanched with calamansi to add a zesty flavour. I must admit that this took me aback as I am not used to kangkong being served out of a fridge.

The next course, also served out of the fridge was the Piquant vermicelli. Like the kang kong, it took awhile getting adjusted to but once it hit close to room temperature it was actually quite a nice compliment to the other courses.

Finally, the Wild caught  baby Indian squid came served warm, juicy with and mixed in some of its squid ink colouring with strong barbecued afer taste.

Similar is the Wild caught New Zealand Littleneck, juicy clams that brought me back to the days when I used to d*** for smaller ones on the beach.

Then came the lightly grilled Diver caught great Altlantic scallop, followed by Locally farmed baramundi, with crispy skin and tender meat.

Finally, had the flambeed Farmed tiger prawn as the final course before dessert.

For dessert, we had the Naked Chendol ($13). Not sure what to make out of this one but it was a nice sweet icy finish to the meal.

Overall, expect good quality cooking from good ingredients. Ordering is and paying is done at the counter in this informal no frills pop up - a nice change to the regular restaurant setting.



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  • Kangkong
15 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food, nice place

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Very good food, and prices are decent. Not cheap but the quality is very good, service great. Good location.
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