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6554 3453
Uncle Leong Seafood was first founded in a neighbourhood coffeeshop at the Ang Mo Kio estate. Since then, Uncle Leong Seafood (best seafood restaurant in Singapore) has heightened into three full-fledged restaurants at Punggol, Jurong East, and Toa Payoh. One of Uncle Leong Seafood specialties are their crabs (especially chilli crabs!). Its signature “Shimmering Sand Crab delight” has drawn a keen following since it was first introduced in 2002. This original Uncle Leong recipe is based on a larger than average crab, drizzled with Uncle Leong’s signature sauce and topped with a sprinkle of oat, a combination of flavours that complement the fresh flesh perfectly. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 22:00
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
14:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
14:00 - 23:00
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Pork Free
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Signature Dishes
Claypot Crab Bee Hoon Soup Creamy Butter Crab Creamy Pumpkin Prawn Curry Paste Clam Sea Cucumber Combination Shimmering Sand Crab Delight
Review (6)
Level3 2016-05-22
Reached Zhi Cha @ Toa Payoh name Uncle Leong seafood this afternoon with my kaki's. Of course ordered their signature dish Claypot Crab Bee Hoon noodles, sambal Kang Kong , Fried Beancurb and ABC Pork rib. When we reached there , seat quite empty as late lunch. Served slightly late about 15 min. Nice to see the Claypot crab noodles with chilli padi. The soup is thick and not oily at all. I like the aroma of soup and noodles with taste just right. The crab meat is very fresh as it doesn't stuck on shell. It can serve for 4 member with additional soup and noodles. The sambal Kang Kong is slightly chilli and very fresh made. Those love chilli feel will love it. The fried Beancurb is soft and tender but don't really like those sauce as it is a little sweet for my taste. Overall is a must try expecially crab which I felt must not miss. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-04
Go dinner with my friends and we ordered a crab mee hoon soup the crab itself is $48 and soup very sweet and not milky thumbs up,crab is fresh and meat is thick. Beside this we also order a sambal kangkong and 三杯鸡 to share. Is quite normal nothing to rave about for the other 2 dishes Kangkong is quite spicy and the veggie is well cook and as for the chicken is very tender juicy. Overall we spent $70.80 for this meal. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-17
Whenever I feel like having a 'crab' feast, Uncle Leong Seafood is definitely one of my top choices for it. Love the dining environment here as it is cosy and comfortable. Service here is also very warm and friendly. Always love to order their shimmering crab ($40 per kilograms), which the crab meat is very sweet and juicy, super soft and fresh too. Really wonder how they have prepared the gravy which is so tasty and flavourful. Not too salty and great to have it with plain rice or on its own equally good! continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-13
I had a farewell dinner with my ex-colleagues. Since she is leaving Singapore for good, we decided to treat her Chinese seafoods at Uncle Leong Seafood branch located at Toa Payoh. It’s 7-8 stops away from Toa Payoh Interchange MRT station. You can take bus 238 to reach the building from the interchange.It was almost full house when we reached around 7.30pm and luckily we had made a reservation. So, no worries on the seating place. Here are the foods that we ordered that night:-We ordered two method of cooking crabs. First is the Chili Crabs ($40 per kg) .Crabs is sweet and the gravy was rich and thick to go with the fried bun (mantou). Not too spicy for me and absolutely not to miss when you are having zi char at Uncle Leong.Next is the Salted egg crab.I personally felt it is a bit dry and I am unable to taste the strong salted egg taste coated on the crab shell. The crab meat flesh fresh and sweet though. Chinese Spinach with eggs (S$10/12/15). I love the combination of the spinach with eggs and the superior stock. Marmite Chicken (S$12/15/20) . We ordered small size and the portion is quite generous. The marmite coated with the chicken and makes the chicken taste sweet and tasty.Cod Fish with the choice of method cooking is available in the menu. We chose “chye poh” style. The fish taste fresh and it goes well with the pre-fried chype poh that was spread over the fish. Claypot Beancurd (S$10/15/20) which comes with the decent proportion of bean curds and vegetables. Overall waiting time is around 20 minutes but the crab order was delayed slightly. Neverthless, we had a great night catching up with great company and also good foods. We even got few dollars discount from the total bill as I was trying my luck with the staff. The staff said if we are paying by cash, they can round up the total bill. So, quite lucky for us that night. Some of the photos we took that night before we ended the session.For full review and more photos, please visit http://www.hazeldiary.com continue reading
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Level3 2012-11-30
If you're a crab lover then Uncle Leong Seafood is a must try for everyone. I tried 1 of them signature dish " Jing Sa crab " which was really very fantastic and good. Their crab is really big and fresh, the crab meat is really super juicy and tender. This dish have a very special and unique taste, once you try it you'll never forever and will always crave for more. Although its abit expensive but it's sure worth the money. Their other dishes are also really nice. example their fried TOFU. They have a very special dipping sauce that comes with this dish. A sweet but not too sweet sauce that makes the tofu taste so much better. Unlike most restaurants out there now a days, their dishes are all not very oily,not too salty or not too sweet. They are all just nice. Their staff there are also very friendly and approachable. A good place to consider if you wanna have a good get together meal. continue reading
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