Singapore is a seafood-eater's heaven – the home of the world-famous chilli crab no less – and at House of Seafood in Punggol, you can taste the finest in Chinese-style seafood that Singapore has. House of Seafood have become well-known across the city-state since they opened their first restaurant in 2008, and their spot at The Punggol Settlement – down Punggol Point Road of course – is among the best. Located looking straight out over the sea, you can feel the freshness of the food – what better way to enjoy your meal.
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Food is good and good to have a big table for reunion dinner. Will be nice if can provide long chop sticks for the big table for yusheng
Service & food was excellent especially the curry fish head & black pepper crabs.
Tom Yum soup was terrible, full of garlic and not much Tom Yum flavour. It was just plain sour. Curry fish head was surprisingly not available even when it was in the early evening at 6.30pm. Only good thing is the food arrive very fast after placing order.
Seafood is superb in Singapore, and the huge Chinese community that inhabits the island is responsible for a lot of it. Their love of the fruits of the sea, combined with the closeness of the water to most things in the city-state means that the raw – and sometimes they are raw – materials of great seafood are always fresh. House of Seafood in Punggol looks out to Malaysia and the ocean from The Punggol Settlement, and this proximity to the produce are one of the many reason why they win awards for their food.
Seafood can be cooked and served in a huge variety of methods, and Chinese-style seafood is among the finest. Singapore’s Chinese are famed for their prowess in the kitchen and their appreciation of great seafood, and they flock in their droves to House of Seafood down Punggol Point Road. The set menus allow diners to enjoy the breadth of offering from the deep: shark’s fin soup and Singapore chilli crab steal the headlines, of course, but we can guarantee that the wider array of fish and crustacean dishes on offer at their Punggol outpost will delight even the most demanding seafood specialist.