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Singapore is a crab-eating paradise – this is the land that gave the world chilli crab – and at House of Seafood, you can experience some of the best that the city-state has to offer. They have opened a few locations across Singapore since they began their adventure in 2008, and their restaurant on Upper Serangoon Road is among the best. Just a short walk from the station, in the Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre, visitors to this corner of the island are guaranteed a Chinese feast, with underwater delights all over the menu.
Pretty good and you will love it if you like crabs. There are promotions around, just check them out!
Food quality is not fantastic so this is not somewhere I will go again
Amazing crab, i have always come here. the main food is crab
Chinese food is superb in Singapore, and a key reason behind that is the prevalence of superb seafood in Chinese cooking. An emphasis on all things underwater, combined with the proximity of the whole of Singapore to the sea, ensures that the ingredients that go into the dishes are always fresh. House of Seafood on Upper Serangoon Road, in the central shopping mall between Serangoon station and Kovan station, is an award-winning location for seafood with a menu that is designed with the fruits of the sea in mind.
Seafood comes in many forms, and the way that they cook it in China is up there with the best. With the Chinese population of Singapore noted for their love of seafood, it isn’t surprising that House of Seafood in Serangoon is locally popular. Their set menus take in the full scope of authentic Chinese dishes: shark’s fin soup, Singapore chilli crab and huge array of lobster choices, seafood enthusiasts could do a lot worse than to head over to Upper Serangoon Road and chow down.