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This location is the bigger restaurant out of the rest of the Jumbo locations, great for large group. But it is not very accessible via public transport. You need to ask for the 2nd level if you want the air conditioning seat. Usually that is...More
The restaurant is well known for chilli crab, so brought my kids there to satisfy their craving. Order two mud crabs, weighing ~800gm each that cost ~$140 on our bill! The chilli crab was good and my kids like to dip the sauce with man-tou...More
Booked over a month ago and also had the hotel confirm the booking and confirm the availability of a 1.2kg chili crab. All good so far until we ordered and mentioned that we had confirmed our large crab. Waiter looked a little confused and called...More
We were not offered plastic gloves - apparently we had to request for plastic gloves .
Hand washing facilities were hidden away on the outside area.
The foods were pricey and mediocre
We won’t go back in a hurry
Heard a lot about the Chilli crab so gave it a try on the way back to the airport. Well worth it. It was very good BUT very messy. Plastic gloves and aprons provided but still a challenge to eat. Delicious sauce and simple Chinese...More
Response from Lawrence Y | Reviewed this property |
It's the total cost....but if you are Australian then be prepared to accept that everything in Singapore is imported. The mud crabs generally come from Sri Lanka, all of the fish from neighbouring countries and produce... More
It's the total cost....but if you are Australian then be prepared to accept that everything in Singapore is imported. The mud crabs generally come from Sri Lanka, all of the fish from neighbouring countries and produce generally is from Malaysia. Our local seafood can be a lot more fresh....