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No Signboard Seafood Restaurant (Geylang) (无招牌海鲜)

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34 reviews

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Its name recalls its origins as a hawker stall without a name or sign, but today the place is a full-fledged restaurant. Its signature dish is white pepper crab, created by the founder and still popular today, but theres a wide-ranging seafood menu to choose from as well.

Daily: 12:00 - 01:00

+65 68423415
$43 based on 40 submissions
Dinner (10 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (10 votes), Children/Family (7 votes)
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I will return for "hor fun" and their white pepper crab.

Considering they started off from the basement of the Farrer Park hawker center,  this coy has done well with 5 outlets !!

Food:  We tried 3 types of crabs:  salted egg, white pepper and their chilli crab.  The salted egg is the worst,  chilli crab is special but strays from the original Palm beach chilli crab taste.  The best is their white pepper crab, tasty, not on fire and well prepared.  All crabs were good quality and were meaty and fresh.  We also ordered the fried squid - good, and the best was the Hor Fun "fried chinese style kway teow".  The clams in chilli sauce was also tasty.

Value:  Reasonable at $274 for 7 pax.

Service:  Can accept but needs much improvement.  Out of the three servers,  only 1 was outstanding.

Ambience:  Nothing much to say about it, noisy, airconditioned,  hard to get parking space - more negatives than positives.

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• 18 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Never going back!!

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We ordered the white pepper crab.  Meat was quite disappointing as it was not firm.  What was most unforgivable was that the crab was not complete!  For the big claw, half of it went missing and another part (the "elbow" so to speak) was also missing.  In all my years of eating crab, this is the first time i see parts missing.  When i complained to the waitress, she just shrugged.  Very disappointing!  My first and last visit there.
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• 02 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible!

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called in the morning to make reservation but the lady refused to take reservation for 2 pax and said it's not necessary and that there will definitely be seats.  However when I arrived at 645pm, I was told that there were no seats and I had to wait while reservations signs were displayed on the tables for 2 pax.  When I questioned their reservation policy, as to why my reservation was denied while others were able to reserve, none of the staff could give a satisfactory answer.  This was not the first time it happened.  They obviously have double standards when it comes to taking reservations!   
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• 05 Dec 2013 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

I will return for "hor fun" and their white pepper crab.

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Considering they started off from the basement of the Farrer Park hawker center,  this coy has done well with 5 outlets !!

Food:  We tried 3 types of crabs:  salted egg, white pepper and their chilli crab.  The salted egg is the worst,  chilli crab is special but strays from the original Palm beach chilli crab taste.  The best is their white pepper crab, tasty, not on fire and well prepared.  All crabs were good quality and were meaty and fresh.  We also ordered the fried squid - good, and the best was the Hor Fun "fried chinese style kway teow".  The clams in chilli sauce was also tasty.

Value:  Reasonable at $274 for 7 pax.

Service:  Can accept but needs much improvement.  Out of the three servers,  only 1 was outstanding.

Ambience:  Nothing much to say about it, noisy, airconditioned,  hard to get parking space - more negatives than positives.
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