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Sin Huat Eating House (新发海鲜馆)

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Address: 659/661 Geylang Road, 389589
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 40 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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• 04 Nov 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Over priced and bullied by owner

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We went to celebrate a friend's birthday who has been to Sin Huat before. She told the owner who took orders that there were 3 of us because from her previous experience he insisted that customers have to order X number of dishes. She requested for 1kg of gong gong as not everyone eats it (4 of us). When the bill came he billed us for 2kg and when we questioned him and told him that if he continues bullying customers into ordering and charging them more food than they ordered the crowd would dwindle. He actually told us it's none of our isomers.
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• 04 Sep 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible experience

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People please do not go there. Terrible services.. Only owner can take order and he is also the cook. Must wait till he is done with his cooking then come out take order. Ordered two crab one sotong two otars, one plate steamed prawn.. Owner say I thought u wan order a lot only order so little.. Insist us to order somemore..we decline and he is angry.Waited 1h 20 mins for the first otars to be served.. Each of us drink two cups drinks as waited too long and too stuffy.. Foods is really d*** salty as had been instructed by my Fren to warn him not to put so much salt.. In the end the pepper crab tasted like being forced feed with salt. Worst case, one sotong cost $65.. The prawn cost $88.And drinks $55. Two pieces otar cost $50!! There's only four of us, and the whole meal was $400 over dollars.The bloody crabs cost $200.. We go confront the owner he say if I anyhow charge nobody wan come here eat. We told him like this we rather go jumbo at least don't need to wait here with bad services, long waiting time, and overcharge of food. He reply then u go jumbo la don't need come here let me cook for u.. People go have a look at his going to collapse coffee shop, the whole place is so old and dirty..really bad experience. Really trust me please don't go.. U sure will regret..
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• 13 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad dining experience

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Waited for 30minutes with no menu, no service, and left, had to pay $9 for drinks and peanuts. ridiculous service and waiting time.

do not reccomend to people on a budge or looking to eat food that gives value for money
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