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Introduction
Prepare your taste buds for an exhilarating ride through Singapore's favourite sambal and chilli seafood at Rong Guang. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
16:00 - 02:00
Mon - Sun
16:00 - 02:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Chilli Crab Sambal Stingray
Review (8)
Level1 2014-12-23
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My family used to love Rong Guang when it was at Alexandra village- since it moved, we've tried it twice at gluttons by the bay.. Unfortunately, it seems that the standard has dropped significantly. In our latest trip, we ordered a large sambal stingray, Ngoh hiang (deep fried prawn rolls) and a fried Kai lan. The nicest dish of the night was the vegetables and this speaks volumes. Stingray seemed to have shrunk and only the surface sambal was hot, the insides were cold - one wonders if they'd even bothered to heat up the hot plate. Certainly didn't sizzle like it did before in Alexandra village. Prawn rolls were edible but over fried. Look around the tables at gluttons by the bay and you'll realise that a lot of tourists are having this stalls Chilli crab instead. Not sure if the stall promotes it instead but we really miss the good ol' yummy stingray of before. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-30
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The FoodI ordered Sambal Stingray and a plate of their Signature Noodles. The Sambal Stingray is superb and the sambal chilli is spicy and very tasty. The stingray is BBQ till the meat is nice and juicy. The sambal chilli sauce goes extremely well with the stingray but it can be quite spicy for those who do not take spicy food. Their Signature Noodles looks and tastes like Hokkien Mee but the only difference is that they added fresh clams into the dish. The noodle is delicious as it has absorbed the goodness of the seafood ingredients like prawns, sotong, eggs, bean sprouts and clams. The sambal chilli which they used for the Singray also complements well with the noodles, enhancing more flavour and spiciness to the dish!The PriceReasonably priced at $20++ for the whole billOverallI find that the food is pretty good and for BBQ lovers out there, you can check out this place! continue reading
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Level3 2011-11-08
100 views
I ordered their seafood fried rice & it have the wok hei flavour with their sambal belacan that goes with the rice perfectly.For side dish we ordered sambal sotong-loaded with onions ,fresh,springy & tender, not chewy or overcooked at all,pork rib-the outside was crispy yet the pork was still tender, the sauce had just the right balance of flavours. Not too sweet or sour. The dusting of sesame seeds topped off one of the best versions of this dish I’ve had in a while.Overall i rate 8/10 continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-05
86 views
A month back, I brought my friends to Rong Guang BBQ Seafood as we were craving for......SAMBAL STINGRAY! Having been there before on several occasions with my family, I decided to introduce this restaurant to my friends who are huge fans of seafood, especially stingray.The sambal stingray was served with a generous amount of sambal as well as onions and lady fingers on the top for decoration. The meat was succulent and juicy and tasted great. However I feel that the sambal could be made spicier so as to give an added kick to it.For the cost and generous portion, I would still say this is worth a try. Sambal lovers however might be a tad bit disappointed by the non-spicy sambal! continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-04
39 views
Rong Guang BBQ Seafood! Other than the place being isolated, the food is great! We had cereal prawns, hot plate deer meat as well as kai lan veggie with rice. The prawns were really good! Nicely fried to make it crunch yet sweet. The deer meat has a super nice gravy which was slightly salty. Goes so well even with plain white rice. Yummy! continue reading
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