No Signboard Seafood At Geylang
No Signboard has been operating since the late 1970s, and is definitely a household name among the locals for serving some of the freshest seafood in Singapore. While you’ll be paying for food at a more expensive price, you won’t be disappointed by the quality and freshness of the seafood offered…
This is the original no signboard seafood nested in a neighbourhood, far away from the tourist area. It is the original creator of the white pepper crab. It has mostly outdoor seating in a very down to earth setting. The white pepper crab looks like the normal ginger green onion crab but it is…
No Signboard Seafood Restaurant offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for seafood lovers and simple get together. MUST TRY: Items to look forward to include White Pepper Crab, Cheese Lobster, Chilli Crab and many more.
No Signboard Seafood Restaurant offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for seafood lovers and simple get together. Its name recalls its origin as a hawker stall without a signboard, but today the place is a full-fledged…
Famous seafood restaurant.. All tourist must try the fabulous food in this restaurant.
“Newly build shopping mall, Supermarket (Cold Storage at basement 1) Starbucks, retail fashion and aircon food court”
“best frog porridge in town, must try. Delicious frog porridge which is hot, soft and not too watery, complementing the well-marinated and juicy frog meat perfectly. Efficient and fast service Till-late opening hours (03:00) make it an ideal venue for late night dining. Recommended Dishes – Frog with dried chili (kung bao) – Frog with ginger and spring onion – Frog with garlic and white pepper – Fried crispy frog – Vegetables with oyster sauce Prices – A big pot of porridge: S$4 – 1 frog: from S$8 to S$13 – 4 frogs: S$22 – Buy 2 (frogs) get 1 free: S$16 Ambience Eminent Frog Porridge is a coffee-shop-style eatery place, providing customers with casual eating ambience. ”
“A cinema, an arcade, Orchid Bowl, eXplorerkid ~ Singapore's largest indoor family playground at a sprawling 35,000 square feet and a 25-metre high indoor Ferris Wheel.”
“We offered our bicycles Free for our guests. Cycle to the waterway park and enjoy scenic views of waterways, Punggol beach and explore the Coney Island.”
“The arts museum is within the Kampong Glam area also known popularly as Arab Street. All around it are bars, cafes, & restaurants. For a great cocktail bar check out Ethan Leslie Leong's Maison Ikkoku. Back in the heydays of the finance industry he made the world's most expensive cocktail (35,000 dollars) but you can get them at a more reasonable 25 to 35 dollars a drink. For food check out Kampong Glam cafe for local fare and for hipster central walk down Bali Lane. Here you can get a haircut at Hounds of Baskervilles, listen to local and international live acts at Blu Jaz and chill out at several small bars and restaurants on the street amongst a constantly rotating scene fashion stores.”