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Singapore Seafood Republic

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Located at the end of the Sentosa Boardwalk and overlooking the body of water between Vivo City and Sentosa is Singapore Seafood Republic – a collaboration between Tung Lok Seafood Restaurant, The Seafood International Market and Restaurant, Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant and JUMBO Seafood Restaurant.

Though Singapore Seafood Republic is touted to offer the Best Chili Crab in Singapore, we chose the less well-known, but gaining in popularity, Wok Fried Salted Egg Crab.

Wok Fried Salted Egg Yolk Crab

Wok Fried Salted Egg Yolk Crab

We had the 1.3kg Sri Lanka crab, priced at $58/kg. Compared to Mellben’s, the Wok Fried Salted Egg Yolk Crab was much more fleshy. The crab meat was succulent, juicy and moist. The crab was drenched in a thick, viscous and sandy salted egg yolk sauce. The sauce was rich with the characteristic fragrance and flavour of salted egg yolks. There was a mild lingering milky taste and smell as well. The sauce was strong and flavourful and we spared no qualms licking it off our fingers. On the whole, this was a decent rendition of the salted egg yolk crabs – a dish overwhelming in cholesterol, making you sinfully guilty after the meal.

Singapore Seafood Republic
#01-292, 26 Sentosa Gateaway
Waterfront Resorts World Sentosa

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Written by foodphd

March 24, 2013 at 5:26 pm

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