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No Signboard Seafood Restaurant, Singapore

This restaurant requires no introduction. No Signboard first opened back in 1970s, where they started their stall at the Mattar Road Hawker Centre, and now they have four branches in Singapore, one in Hong Kong, Indonesia and Macau.

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They are famous for the crabs – the white pepper sauce or the chili sauce. We were here for one thing, and one thing only – CRAB! Unfortunately I can’t have any of it and I told ‘The Mother’ this prior to making the reservation but he still insisted that we go!

‘The Mother’ has been craving crabs and there was nothing stopping him that evening. He ordered the smallest possible crab, which was 1.8kg with chili sauce. It was still quite a large serving and yes.. he ate it all. We noticed other diners and people watching us, well watching ‘The Mother’ eating his crab! He was definitely enjoying it!

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You can’t order crab and not have fried bread – mantou. These baby fried bread were delicious, even when eaten in its own!

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I ordered the sweet and sour pork. It was good but probably should have ordered the pork ribs instead!

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The spinach in clear broth was a winner for both of us. Lots of flavour and excellent.

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The food here is so much better than the one in Hong Kong. It had a lot more variety also which I enjoyed! As for the crab, I wouldn’t be able to tell you but ‘the Mother’ said it was ‘frigging delicious’

Service was efficient and food came out relatively quickly.

GA’s ratings: 7 / 10

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant

1 Harbour Front Walk

#03-02, Vivo City

Tlp: +65 6376 9959

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  1. March 16, 2013 at 10:31 am

    I went to No Signboard quite a while back with a girlfriend of mine and we had 2 crabs! haha It’s amazing how much we could eat then! The black pepper was delish as well! And yes, how can u not have fried mantous? They are super good with condense milk too! slurps! x

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