Uncle Leong Seafood is THE place to go for crabs (especially chilli crabs!). Its signature “Shimmering Sand Crab delight” has drawn a keen following since first introduced in 2002. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
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Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Pork Free
Open Till Late
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Signature Dishes
“Chye Poh” Steamed Fish Crab Bee Hoon Soup Gold Coast Prawn Guinness Pork Rib Shimmering Sand Crab
Review (2)
Level4 2016-05-10
See my full reviews & photos at = https://chefquak.com/2016/05/07/much-below-par-crab-beehoon-soup-uncle-leong-jurong-east-on-6may2016/i arranged a 5pax lunch with my OPS primary school buddies at uncle leong jurong east on 6.5.2016. ^^i had quite many excellent crab beehoon soup at uncle leong jurong east last year (2015).& recently a OPS primary school buddy bought a very good lunch at red house, so i wanted to let them try the crab beehoon soup at uncle leong.price of crab has gone up from S$63/kg to S$68/kg. adding soup still S$5.higher price is ok, but somehow the soup was not as intense & flavourful as every of the previous times i had???if you look at the 2 past photos above, the soup previously all had a deeper yellow colour. just by the look, it appeared more delicious than what we had today!also, as one friend mentioned immediately, the crab was not as “strong” ie the meat texture is not as firm, and i felt also not sweet as a very fresh good crab should taste.recently i made a 6-course dinner including crab beehoon soup for a very good friend’s birthday.the crab beehoon soup i made using 2x250g small crab was very nice. i commented that uncle leong’s was much better, but if i were to c/w what we had today, i think mine was better both for the soup & the crab. my crabs were tiny but very sweet!the cereal prawns was still good.however for comparison, i just had cereal prawns at red house 2 days back for another friend’s 7pax bjrthday dinner, and red house cereal prawns were so much better.the seafood pot was still very good.many good ingredients including fish maw, sea cucumbers etc.this hotpot tofu was the worst dish. no comparison at all with any zi char tofu dish say the likes of kok sen etci used to think this was the best 3-egg tofu.my taste buds must be different today, but while it was still pretty ok, i thought the recent 3-egg spinach at red house was better.when we first tried the crab, immediately we told the server it was not so good.i did not really expect anything, it was not so good but it was not like “bad”. anyhow the server arranged a complimentary longan sea coconut dessert for us.the lunch came to S$176nett for 5pax like S$35pax. it was really quite below my expectations, much below par.the last many times i came in 2015, i used a $51 for S$100 voucher so those meals were first super nice & second like super value-for-money. this time no discounts, but i was ok if only the food were as good, but they were not…. continue reading
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