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From humble beginnings to a renowned seafood restaurant that promises to pleasure your tongue whether you’re eating out with intimate friends or in polite company, Jing Long Seafood Restaurant is going from strength to strength. This heaven for crab lovers is located in the heartlands of Singapore’s Bedok, along Bedok North Avenue, and while Jing Long now offers a real fine-dining seafood experience, the authenticity of its offering remains true to its origins as a Singaporean seafood street stall.
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Regular customer there however, the taste seems to differ during this visit
very very nice food will visit again worth the price
Foods were very tasty and reasonably priced. Have been here few times.
The story of Jing Long Seafood Restaurant, whose opulently-appointed premises
down Bedok North Avenue are unmissable, is a fascinating one. The story begins, in
fact, across the road from the current site of Jing Long Seafood Restaurant, where
the proprietors opened a humble zi char stall in a local coffee shop, hawking
all manner of fresh seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes at rockbottom prices to
hungry passersby. Their signature dishes, such as Hong Kong-style pork ribs, ya
fang, tofu with cai po, salted egg crab, and sea cucumber with duck began to be
popular fixtures in Bedok’s casual eatery scene. For ten years, our unsung
Singaporean seafood heroes laboured to build their reputation. And build it did,
leading to an offer of proper restaurant premises across the way.
That Jing Long Seafood Restaurant was born due to loyal patronage and the irrepressible force of word-of-mouth is appropriate for a restaurant that is known as a place for seafood that pleasures your tongue. Their success with their new Bedok North Avenue premises allowed the enterprising chefs in Jing Long Seafood Restaurant’s kitchens to diversify, adding such delicacies as lobster porridge, salted egg crab, homemade bean curb with cai po, prawn with bbq sauce, and the delicious scallop and bague with banana roll to the menu. Singapore diners looking for seafood – and more – in Bedok simply must take part in Jing Long Seafood Restaurant’s culinary story.
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