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Season Live Seafood

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Address: 59E Pulau Ubin
Season Live Seafood is one of the few seafood restaurants by the jetty on Pulau Ubin.

Daily: 11.00am - 7.00pm (Closed on Tue except on PH)

+65 65427627
$17 based on 17 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), View/Scenery (8 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes)
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4.5

Went to Season Live Seafood again..

This time with a group of friends from overseas. They wanted to see the last village of Singapore and where else to show them but to Ubin.

We took the DIY Tree Trail route recommended by NParks and I must say its a wonderful experience even for a regular P. Ubin visitor like me. Of course, my overseas friends like the place too as it's so different from the concrete jungle they saw at mainland.

Anyway, I'm back to Season Live Seafood again... and by the time we ended our tour, it was just nice for dinner. It's packed (weekend) and seems like they are getting more popular as compared to the other restaurants you see at the island. Saw a few corporate groups there having dinner as well. Guess its the only place there which can hold so many people.

We sat at the table with the Jetty view and the view is just exhilarating, just nice to end the day trip! Did not experience any mosquito bites as claimed by other reviewers and it was cool and breezy.

Ordered the following:

1) Chilli Crab with fried buns (MUST TRY!! Especially the snowy buns which go very well with the gravy)

2) Sambal Kang Kong

3) Salted Eggs with Pumpkin (It's not on the menu, guess it's seasonal and you have to ask the service staff if they serve it) - We simply love this dish as we didnt find it anywhere else. We are glad we tried this and I will certainly come back for more!

4) Cereal Prawns (The prawns are very firm, shows its very fresh!)

5) Steamed Fish (cant remember the name of fish, but its those with the light soy sauce) ; light and flavourful

6) Sweet and Sour Pork ( I like the crunchiness and the fact its not overly sweet).

The place is clean and I must say they must have spent some effort in sprucing up the place a bit. It's so much pleasant having our dinner here under the huge tent (you wont miss this as its just beside the Opera stage) and view of the Jetty and sea. Once again, a satisfying dinner at this place.

Highly recommended.

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  • Chili crab6 votes
  • salted egg with pumpkin1 vote
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• 15 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

First trip to pulau ubin

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On 2014. My friends and I went to pulau ubin to cycle. The ferry to pulau ubin costed us $2.50 each and was quite fast. We rented bicycles at the rate of $5-$10 depending on their conditions. 
We had our lunch at about 3pm at a seasonal seafood restaurant. The service was not very good as there was nobody to take our order till some time later.When we decided to order more, the aunty went missing, hence we had to wait for the aunty to be back to take our order again. The taste of the food was normal. The price of the food was also normal, for example, hor fun and fried rice is $4 each, the seasonal price for the crab during our visit is $50 per KG, chicken is $10 and pork is $15. The price of canned soft drinks is $1.5. One part that we liked about the aunty was that she was very honest, initially, we ordered one plate of fried rice and hokkien mee, she told us the the size of the food serving is very small and indeed, she was very true. So we decided to order another medium size serving of fried rice. When it was served, yes, the size does increase, but not the serving, it was the size of the plate.
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• 15 Apr 2012 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

Went to Season Live Seafood again..

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This time with a group of friends from overseas. They wanted to see the last village of Singapore and where else to show them but to Ubin.

We took the DIY Tree Trail route recommended by NParks and I must say its a wonderful experience even for a regular P. Ubin visitor like me. Of course, my overseas friends like the place too as it's so different from the concrete jungle they saw at mainland.

Anyway, I'm back to Season Live Seafood again... and by the time we ended our tour, it was just nice for dinner. It's packed (weekend) and seems like they are getting more popular as compared to the other restaurants you see at the island. Saw a few corporate groups there having dinner as well. Guess its the only place there which can hold so many people.

We sat at the table with the Jetty view and the view is just exhilarating, just nice to end the day trip! Did not experience any mosquito bites as claimed by other reviewers and it was cool and breezy.

Ordered the following:

1) Chilli Crab with fried buns (MUST TRY!! Especially the snowy buns which go very well with the gravy)

2) Sambal Kang Kong

3) Salted Eggs with Pumpkin (It's not on the menu, guess it's seasonal and you have to ask the service staff if they serve it) - We simply love this dish as we didnt find it anywhere else. We are glad we tried this and I will certainly come back for more!

4) Cereal Prawns (The prawns are very firm, shows its very fresh!)

5) Steamed Fish (cant remember the name of fish, but its those with the light soy sauce) ; light and flavourful

6) Sweet and Sour Pork ( I like the crunchiness and the fact its not overly sweet).

The place is clean and I must say they must have spent some effort in sprucing up the place a bit. It's so much pleasant having our dinner here under the huge tent (you wont miss this as its just beside the Opera stage) and view of the Jetty and sea. Once again, a satisfying dinner at this place.

Highly recommended.

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• 20 Jan 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Unfriendly service & poor food. The score of 2 is for the view only!

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Overall we were not impressed with either the food or the service although the location is good, right at the seafront

We first went with the family for lunch in July 2010 and were disappointed with the food which didn't look appetising and didn't taste good either. The children ordered lemon chicken which came with a sauce resembling 'lemon curd' Yuk!

I returned with my husband in Jan 2012 hoping it may be better with other choices from the menu. Sadly we were disappointed. My fish was virtually indistuingishable from the rest of the vegetables on the plate, all the same colour and floating in too much watery sauce. The rice was dry and tasteless.

Compared to other restaurants on Singapore it was very over priced and nowhere near as good as most of those we've tried.

The man who 'served' us was really rude, hardly made eye contact, no smile, no welcoming hello. He almost threw the cutlery at us and the food too! Really bad and unnecessarily rude, even on a busy weekend lunchtime!

Hugely disappointing and we will either try another restaurant, or take sandwiches!

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