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East Singapore

  • East Coast Park
    4 stars

    An entire range of eateries

    The water may be too dirty for swimming, but you can still enjoy a meal with your sand in the toes at East Coast Park. You'll find everything from fast food chains to expensive seafood restaurants, or for the same grilled fish and shellfish at half the price head to the East Coast Lagoon Hawker ... read more

  • No Signboard Seafood
    4 stars

    Popular for chili crab

    414 Geylang Rd
    T: 6842 3415

    Once a nameless shack, this seafood restaurant has grown into one of the most popular spots in Singapore for chilli crab. Though Sri Lankan crab in spicy gravy continues to be the bestseller, the crayfish with crispy cereal, garlicky bamboo clams, steamed fish with chilli, and prawn rolls are also ... read more

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    328 Famous Katong Laksa
    4 stars

    Don't wear white

    51 & 216 East Coast Rd
    T: 9732 8163

    You can get a bowl of laksa, a spicy seafood noodle soup, at any hawker centre, but Singapore's east coast lays claim to katong laksa. In this variant the broth tastes more of curry than coconut milk and noodles are diced so they're easy to scoop up in the spoon with cockles, fishcake and bean ... read more

  • East Coast Lagoon Food Village
    4 stars

    Great for seafood

    1220 East Coast Parkway

    The best way to enjoy Singapore's East Coast beach isn't a dip in the ocean but an al fresco dinner at the hawker centre. The 50-some stalls serve staples like chicken satay, fish curry, duck rice and fried noodles, but most people make the trip out especially for the barbecued seafood. Choose ... read more



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