Looking for that one restaurant that spells out Singapore like no other? Let us introduce you to Quayside Seafood, a great choice for everything related to exceptional dining done Singapore style. Have the only award winning restaurant on Clarke Quay serve you classics of local cuisine: Chili Crab and Black Pepper Crab function as unofficial national dishes and are worth multiple visits alone. And here’s the deal with the location: it’s stunning. Enjoy a view of the river, the boats and the sunset, all the while feasting on the best cuisine Clarke Quay has to offer.
Since eating is Singapore’s favourite national pastime, there certainly is no shortage of great food available. And here’s a standout among the many: Try Quayside Seafood to indulge in some truly fascinating cuisine that’s showcasing what eating in Singapore is all about. The restaurant on Clarke Quay specialize – true to their name – in wonderfully prepared seafood. So there you have it: Grilled stingray, tiger prawns and the like. All grilled to perfection and made from nothing but the very best ingredients.
Quayside Seafood is the only place on Clarke Quay to be an award-winning restaurant. Cementing their excellent reputation, Quayside Seafood offer you such classics as Chilli Crab and Black Pepper Crab, dishes that have people flock to the restaurant on Clarke Quay. And don’t forget about the stunning view the restaurant offers you: Yes, there’ll be boats going by in the sunset. Yes, there’ll be a wonderful breeze. And yes, Quayside Seafood have the exceptional service to match. Better make your reservation now...
Excellent service. The staff is friendly and responsive. Perhaps the best location tucked away in a corner. Good food. Just a bit pricey, though portion sizes are good.
The staff here are absolutely fabulous, and there is no denying they have great food, BUT it is brutally expensive so be prepared to pay BIG time. Lovely setting though
It was awesome! No waiting but fantastic view and delicious! We got a pepper crab and fried mantoo there. It was perfect match! :) I love it!
attentive service and nice crabs! love the outdoor sitting on a cooling night. My overseas friends enjoyed watching the Singapore river while eating local food and having a glass of wine.
I went to Clarke Quay with colleagues to Quayside Seafood restaurant for dinner 16 February 2016 and The chilli mud crab was nice but expensive at $7.50 Singapore per 100grams and our two crabs came in at $210.00 Singapore for the dish plus another crab and egg yoke dish at $100.00 Singaporean dollars so i thought that was expensive. I compared this to the duck lunch that I had nearby for $10.00 which was delicious. The location is okay as on the opposite side of the river there are construction works which distract from the ambience. The decor is starting to get tired and is need of a refresh. Don't get the hot and cold treasures for the entree as this dish was terrible and we couldn't even recognise some of the food on the plate. Overall a disappointing evening hence the two star rating. Try one of the many other restaurants nearby.
My first visit and I was not impressed...perhaps they should have let me order the cracked pepper. We made reservations for 3PM on the website, when we arrived they told us they did not open until 4PM so we waited. Arrived promptly at 4PM, I originally wanted the cracked pepper and the wait staff convinced me to try the chili sauce which was the signature version, so I did. My girlfriend ordered garlic crab...I received my chili sauce crab (sauce/crab was just barely room temperature and that was with 2 tables in the restaurant), the other order took much longer to bring out...we ate off the chili sauce which was not spicy like promised (I mentioned to the wait staff and really no response) until the garlic crabs came out and it was a bit on the dry side.
Wonderful. We had brought our friends from Canada-party of 6. It was an amazing experience for them- first we enjoyed the Riverfront seating, the delicious dishes (we ordered many )-our guest loved each dish! The service was great-and attentive! Of course the whole evening was pricey--but it was worth it. Our guests left Singapore with this amazing dining experience- and very grateful to have been treated to Singaporean cuisines in a very lovely setting by the Singapore River. Amazing. Thank you.
I have visited this restaurant quite a few times over the years. In the past it has been generally quite good and the food enjoyable, if a little bit expensive. I took my lady companion there on 3rd May to celebrate my birthday. She, being Vietnamese, dressed in her ao dai for the occasion. As it turned out, it was quite the worst restaurant experience I have had since coming to live in Singapore 8 years ago. Where do I start............ 1. The waitress who served us...if she was happy to see us she had a great skill in hiding it! downright hostile is an apt description. 2. Had to ask for a napkin half way into our starter dishes. 3. The food was good, except for the "seafood" fried rice which was horrible with large pieces of fish with skin on hacked into pieces and added. yuk! 4. Anyway, my companion and I were forced to eat the rice together off the big serving dish it arrived on; no rice bowl was forthcoming. 5. The staff seemed to be in a constant state of panic racing around the place, which did not lend itself for a tranquil meal 6. The head waiter, (I think it was his role) when asked for a finger bowl told us to "wait a minute" rather brusquely. So we did so for a lot more than more than a "minute" with our fingers dangling in the air. 7. Other (most) tables had a small flower arrangement, ours did not. All in all an unforgettable dining experience - or should I say one to be forgotten! terrible value for $274. I did point these issues out to the manager on our departure and to be fair to him he had only been there a week he said. But to be "fair" to us, the customers, that should not make any difference. It is very doubtful that I would ever contemplate going there again either with friends or for business clients. I would never recommend this place to anyone
THE FOOD WAS GOOD ....AND SITTING ON THE WATER IS VERY NICE ....THOUGH THE WAIT STAFF WAS PLEASANT THEY LACK IN SERVICE AND KNOWLEDGE . NO ONE HAD A CLEAR IDEA OF WHAT WAS AVAILABLE AT THE BAR OR COULD EXPLAIN DISHES ON THE MENU . AND ONCE ORDERS WERE PLACED THEY HAD TO INFORM US THEY WERE OUT OF CERTAIN ITEMS AND COULD NOT PROVIDE THAT DISH ON AT LEAST TWO ORDERS . THIS WAS AFTER WE HAD ASKED IS THERE ANYTHING WE SHOULD NOT ORDER .....SINCE WE ALREADY HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE BAR. ALL OF THESE THINGS ADDED TO MAKING IT A LESS THAN ENJOYABLE DINING EXPERIENCE .
Generally the service attitude is stiff, but today, I was pleasantly surprised. happy with service. Food continues to have the same good standard. Booked table through quandoo for the first time and it was perfect - table was ready even though we arrived 15 mins early. I have generally struggled to get a river side table, but today was delighted to get that.