Food Paradise


JUMBO Group of Restaurants, is a restaurant-chain in Singapore specialising in seafood. The Group’s first restaurant was JUMBO Seafood which opened an outlet at the East Coast Seafood Centre in 1987. The restaurant chain works with the Singapore Tourism Board to actively promote local favourites such as chilli crab, sotong you tiao, crispy baby squid and sambal kang kong.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Lunch: 12:00pm – 3:00pm daily ​
Dinner: 6:00pm – 12:00am daily ​

Dempsey Hill, East Coast Seafood Centre, NSRCC Changi Clubhouse, Riverside Point, The Riverwalk


Long Beach Seafood Restaurant has long been a seafood paradise of Singaporeans. This famous restaurant has gained a number of culinary awards in serving the finest and freshest seafood ever. You have to try their black pepper crab and their spicy version of chilli crab, can't miss it!

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Lunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm daily ​
​Dinner: 5:00pm - 11:00 pm daily ​

Dempsey Hill, IMM, KING, UDMC


Have you tried the king of fruits? The types of durian you'll sample depend on the time of year, but possible varieties include the Black Thorn durian with dark yellow flesh and taste that starts sweet and ends slightly bitter, the Musang King with golden, thick flesh that makes it a highly sought-after variety, the D24 with creamy, bitter flesh, the Red Prawn with a sticky, red-orange flesh, and the Green Bamboo with a green tinge.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Only available during durian harvest season


Katong Laksa is inspired by the Peranakans (Straits Chinese) who live in the Katong area. It has a spicy soup stock the colour of a flaming sunset, flavoured with coconut milk and dried shrimp, and topped with ingredients like cockles, prawns and fishcake. Its defining characteristic is the noodles: thick vermicelli cut into shorter pieces that can be easily slurped up with a spoon.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
10:00am - 9:00pm daily ​
East Coast Road, Queenstown Shopping Centre, Pasir Panjang, United Square

Boon Tong Kee Chicken Rice

The recipe for the dish is adapted from early Chinese immigrants from Hainan Island, off the southern coast of China. Back in Hainan, locals call the dish "Wenchang chicken". They use a particular fowl that is bony and fibrous, and serve the chicken with oily rice. A ground green chilli dip rounds off the dish. In 1999, all outlets also include "Zi Char" (home-style cooked food) and eateries.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Mon - Fri: Lunch: 11:00am - 2:45pm, Dinner: 5:15pm - 10:00pm ​
Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00am - 3:00pm ​​
Ang Mo Kio, Balestier Road, Bukit Timah, East Coast, Macpherson, Num Hiam Curry, River Valley, Whampoa West

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh are usually made with your choice of ribs like pork ribs, loin ribs and premium loin ribs. The ribs are brewed till they have a fall-off-the-bone tenderness. A bowl comes with a peppery broth concocted with a blend of garlic and Sarawak peppers. Peppers are the hero ingredient for the soup. Refills of soup are all on the house!

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
10:30am – 9:30pm daily ​​
Chinatown Point, JEM, New Bridge Road, Seletar Mall, The Centrepoint, UE Bizhub East

G7 Sin Ma Live Seafood

Sin Ma serves the freshest seafood delicacies and scrumptious oriental dishes. Besides the famous frog porridge, this restaurant offers a wide selection of Chinese dishes including seafood, pork, chicken, beef, vegetable and soup dishes. Recommended Dishes are dried chilli frog porridge, ginger and spring onion frog porridge, chilli crab, salted egg crab and marmite chicken.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
12:00pm - 2:30am daily ​
Bukit Timah ​
​3:00pm - 3:30am ​

Spicy House Restaurant

Originating from Shanghai, throngs of people visit this restaurant on a daily basis to enjoy its signature Chengdu-style hotpot. The restaurant serves numerous types of soup bases, from fresh mushroom and pickled vegetable fish in sauce to pig trotters and chicken chestnut. The one that comes highly recommended is the mala butter, which is your quintessential Sichuan-style spicy soup with peppercorns and generous servings of chilli.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Lunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm daily ​
​ Dinner: 5:15pm - 12:00am daily ​​

Riverside Point


With a wide variety of soup bases for you to choose from, Tanyoto’s steamboat soups are all made from the freshest ingredients for nutritional goodness that caters to different taste demands. Their all-time favourites are tom yum soup and ginseng chicken soup and in-house specialties tomato soup and peppery soup. They also have Sichuan delicacies like mala stewed fish, geleshan spicy chicken and mapo tofu alongside its signature steamboat cuisine.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
11.30am -11.30pm daily ​
Liang Court

Liu Da Ma Charcoal BBQ

Liu Da Ma Charcoal BBQ chooses the best mutton available daily for their barbecue. With more than 12 years experience in barbecue and marinating from renown chef and Spices brought in from china, they uses the smokeless charcoal technique to let our visitors have a nice smokeless environment and enjoy the fun and taste of barbecue.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Mon – Sat: 4:00pm - 4:00am ​
Sun: 4:00pm - 12:00am Geylang

Ting Heng Seafood

Serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family gatherings and large groups. Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Moonlight Hor Fun, Fish Steamboat, Cuttlefish Sambal Kang Kong, Pomfret Steamboat, Salted Fish Pork Cheek, Minced Fish Paste with Enoki Mushroom and Beancurd Skin.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
5:00pm - 4:00am daily ​

Tiong Bahru ​

Whampoa Keng Fishhead

Their steamboat contains fresh fish head, fish slices, yam chunks, and along with 30 other herbs and ingredients, cooked over a charcoal fire. You can either opt for a pomfret or grouper fish. After a while, the soup becomes more concentrated and the flavour of the fish and vegetables become more accentuated in the soup, which makes a tasty conclusion to the meal.

Operating Hours & Outlets: ​
Mon – Fri: Lunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm, Dinner: 5:00pm - 11:00pm ​
Sat & Sun: 11:00am - 11:00pm ​
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​Balestier Road, Killiney Road, Rangoon Road