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(Closed) Ubin First Stop Restaurant

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Located at pulau ubin, Ubin First Stop Restaurant serves seafood cuisine.

Closed on Wed, Thur - Tues: 11 am - 8 pm

+65 65432489
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Came here with a group of friends to celebrate a friend’s birthday. Although the restaurant’s non-air conditioned and would be particularly uncomfortable on a humid day, the restaurant fits into the natural and open surroundings of this small island. We ordered zhi char – onion omelette, sambal kang kong, cereal prawns, and lala. Cereal prawns was buttery, juicy, crispy. The lala was cooked in a nice gravy. All in all, it was a decent meal with average restaurant prices.

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• 01 Jun 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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Came here with a group of friends to celebrate a friend’s birthday. Although the restaurant’s non-air conditioned and would be particularly uncomfortable on a humid day, the restaurant fits into the natural and open surroundings of this small island. We ordered zhi char – onion omelette, sambal kang kong, cereal prawns, and lala. Cereal prawns was buttery, juicy, crispy. The lala was cooked in a nice gravy. All in all, it was a decent meal with average restaurant prices.

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• 02 Jan 2010 • 96 reviews • 0 follower

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When I first stepped into this restaurant, I was quite skeptical at first about the quality of the food. Because it was my first trying out the restaurant, I wasn't sure of what was good or bad. However, after trying out the safood for the first time, I was totally blown away by the taste. It was unique and delicious. Moreover, the workers were courteous and polite in their attitude. The design of the restaurant is also done very well with alot of effort put into consideraton. The cost is still reasonable given the fact that it is in a quiet restaurant.Go try it out...
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