Sin Huat Eating House, Singapore


⏰ 18:00 - 00:00

🌏 659 Geylang Road Junction of Geylang Lorong 35, Singapore 389589 Singapore (View map)

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πŸ‘† Mobile ⏳ 21-09-2020

Amazing food in a local restaurant.

Amazing food in a local restaurant. We have Otak-otak which was delicious. Cockles, Chicken essence frog, Snails- the dipping sauce was spicy and good, Crab bee Hoon- which was yummy. However it was quite pricey. It cost us nearly $900 for 11 pax in a local restaurant
πŸ‘† Mobile ⏳ 26-05-2019

The Best Seafood Restaurant in Singapore.

I don’t normally write food reviews, but today, I’m forced to. I’ve been eating here for more than 15 years. Seeing all the negative and unjustified reviews of Sin Huat Eating House has been infuriating. I suspect it’s because of these unjust reviews that have taken a toll on Sin Huat’s business, and I’m deeply saddened. Firstly, let’s talk about the food. This place serves undoubtedly the best crab bee hoon in Singapore, if not the world. I challenge you to find another that is even half as decent as the one here. The other dishes are also just as wonderful. The Gong Gong is one of the freshest and its side dip is one of the most addictive. The sotong is steamed to perfection. Even the simple kailan is full of flavor. Secondly, the service. Many have complained that the staff are rude and the laoban Danny is even worse. I beg to differ. Chef Danny is a man of few words, a man who takes pride in his work and a man who is proud of his food. Indeed a rare breed these days. The other staff do their job well. Of course, if you’re the kind of diner who expects the waiter to ask about your food after every course, then Sin Huat is not for you. Yes, the wait time may be longer than most other restaurants, but the sheer quality of the food makes up for it. Thirdly, the ambience. Situated at a run down corner coffeeshop in Geylang, Sin Huat exudes a rustic charm. Not the cleanest or most hygienic place in Singapore, so if you’re a clean freak who sanitizes everything, then again, this place is not for you. But do rest assured that the clenaliness of the food is remarkable. Lastly, and most importantly, the price. Most reviews express outrage over the price, stating that itβ€˜s unreasonable and ridiculous. I strongly object. Yes, it is more than your average seafood restaurant. But Sin Huat is not your average restaurant. For those of you who are afraid of getting ripped off and being charged by Chef Danny’s mood, let me reassure you. I have kept receipts of every single meal I’ve had here since 2013. Here are the prices: Crab: $192 for 2 Gong Gong: $25/kg (usually 1.5kg for 3 people) Sotong: $25/kg (1 sotong is 1.5kg) Kailan: $10 for 2-3 people Scallop: $25/kg In conclusion, Sin Huat is one of the best seafood cze char in Singapore. I swear by it. I have it for every birthday dinner. Ignore the negative reviews. This place is the real deal. - Ian, a loyal customer (I’m not related to them in any way nor is this a sponsored review)

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