I love their crab beehoon, but the price for 3 crabs are 288 SGD. Outrageous. They give us peanut, small plate cost SGD 10.
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Nasty angry service, actually a flat out-refusal to deliver food until after a 2-hour wait, the dishes are way over-salted and oily and crazy expensive as well. This place should be shut down. If you enjoy being insulted and saturated with MSG, then this is...More
Went there coz recommended by Anthony Bourdain. It was very local and dim, even thought it was closed while we got there at 10pm. Tried some of their famous dishes, food was ok, but it was extremely hot without air con and we were basically...More
I went to this restaurant with three friends of mine last night. I had great expectations for this store because both Antony Bourdain and Michelin guide recommended this bee hoon crab as best one in Singapore. But the experience was terrible. Dishes were quite oily,...More
This place is famous for its crab noodle which has been certified by Anthony Bourdain himself. The place isn’t much. Traditionalist, with the owners still a typical auntie uncle you find in old Singapore. But the servings was massive. So is the price too.
Do not go to dine there. Not because of money. I used to spend sin$200 per head for many years. I ordered the live fish without asking the price but was totally disappointed and saw the fish still swimming in the tank. They used to...More
This is a uniquely Singaporean experience. Eating on the street in he colourful and atmospheric Gaylang district. The Restaurent ambiance is buzzing. There is no menu as such. You sample the restaurent's 'signature' dishes, culminating with crab, cooked in glass noodles. The glass noodle, has...More
It may be fashionable to go to a place recommended by Anthony Bourdain but he doesn't have a clue in this case. Awful smell in the air. Wet dishes and cutlery, it's like sitting on the roadside for food that is very ordinary for Singapore...More
Best bee hoon (chilli crab noodles) I ever had, in pretty commonplace surroundings. Glad I had it, superb, but really really expensive - can't remember I think about US$300 for two people, in Singapore. That was about 10 years ago. Go once.