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Sin Huat Eating House (新发海鲜馆)

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Located along Geylang Road, Sin Huat Seafood Restaurant specialises in tze char and seafood dishes. Priced at $120, Sin Huat's signature crab beehoon has received raving reviews from local foodies and even American television personality Anthony Bourdain.

Daily: 18:00 - 00:00

+65 67449755
$86 based on 37 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (8 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes)
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As good as I remembered

I returned last night to see if my last been hoon was as good as I remembered. Yup, it was. It does not get much better than this. If you cannot afford greatness, do not go. If you need china and silverware, do not go. Otherwise, bring an appetite, buy a bottle of Tiger and eat a meal that will give you lots of food to take away.

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  • crab bee hoon9 votes
  • Frog legs with Chicken Essence2 votes
  • gong-gong2 votes
  • Crab1 vote
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• 02 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

As good as I remembered

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I returned last night to see if my last been hoon was as good as I remembered. Yup, it was. It does not get much better than this. If you cannot afford greatness, do not go. If you need china and silverware, do not go. Otherwise, bring an appetite, buy a bottle of Tiger and eat a meal that will give you lots of food to take away.
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• 04 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

never will I go again

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Crazy price" silly place to go; still can't get over the my bad experience. Super super long waiting time despite there is no crowd! 1 dish average waiting time is 45 min. No can drinks; all dilute drinks only. Service fxxk up. Nothing for me to recommend...
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• 26 Apr 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst meal of my life. Ever. Ever. Ever. Ever. Ever.

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I'm so full of hatred for Sin Huat Eating House, that I want to make sure it closes down FOR GOOD so people won't have to go through what I had to go through, along with the rest here. I'd like to begin by saying I'm not a fussy eater, and I don't ever leave reviews about food that I eat, whether good or bad. I usually take the bad experiences in my stride and go "oh well...Just not my day I guess."  And it pains me to have to make my very first review a bad one. You could say this experience was SO BAD, it made me want to leave a review for the first time in my life to tell you to NEVER eat at this place. Don't even THINK about eating here. They made me and my family wait 45 FKING minutes for the FIRST course of food to arrive, after trying to hardsell us the groupa. No menu, no set-in-stone-prices. Nothing. Price dishes according to how rich or poor the customer looks? I'm willing to bet that! So you can imagine how long we were there for a meal. 3 WHOLE HOURS. That's the amount of time I spent eating to my heart's content at The Line for CHEAPER! The gong gong was bad, the vegetables were bad, the steamed sting ray did not taste like sting ray and the crab bee hoon, TOOK THE CAKE.

I mean, are you kidding me? Anthony Bourdain ate this pile of salty c***? What did he REALLY think of it? I've had better and cheaper crab bee hoon in Thomson. 

 I've never believed in having to wait THIS long for food that is supposed to blow your mind in every way possible. 20 minutes, I can deal. 45? No. Just no. Even if the food is fantastic, this is unacceptable. Never mind about the price tag and the terrible drinks (DILUTED MILO PENG AND TOO-SOUR ICE LEMON TEA). Everything about this place is bad. It is ridiculous.

HOW DOES ALL THIS MAKE SENSE? HOW CAN THERE BE SUCH BAD FOOD IN THIS WORLD? CLOSE DOWN ALREADY. PEOPLE HAVE BETTER THINGS TO DO WITH THE SHOPHOUSE SPACE YOU PEOPLE TAKE UP TO MAKE PEOPLE WAIT LIKE CRAZY FKERS TO EAT YOUR LOUSY GRUB. CLOSE THE FK DOWN, MOFOS.
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