Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Once Again at Uncle Leong Seafood (龍海鲜螃蟹王) @ Punggol Promenade (Tebing Lane)

In celebration of mom's birthday, the Teo family has once again decided on a delicious, cholesterol-rich seafood meal at Uncle Leong Seafood! For those interested, you may read my first post on this popular restaurant HERE.

Let's spare you my usual long-winded nonsense and commence immediately with food. For readers who came to this post after a search on 'reservation', kindly wait till the end. Thank you for your understanding. :)

Guinness Pork Ribs
Damn i ordered the wrong one! Should have asked for the nescafe pork ribs since i wasn't too impressed with guinness pork ribs the last round. Although i have to add that they tasted better this time.

Chinese Spinach with Eggs
According to Kon, this is one vegetable dish he found to be relatively good in most places. As expected, it provided a refreshing taste mixture of plain, salted and century eggs and went well with plain rice.

Mee Goreng
The first plate was undercooked (noodles tasted too raw) and sent back to the kitchen. Though it was as hot and as spicy as my first visit, i thought it was more flavourful this time and in fact, good enough for me to have second helpings.

Salted Egg Crab
This was as impressive as i remember! Even Kon, the person who introduced me to this cooking style, said it was better than all the others he tried before. Too short a review? Read HERE.

Claypot Crab Bee Hoon Soup
A person who enjoys soup will definitely like this; so long he/she has no seafood allergy! The basic sweetness of fresh seafood is best served in this dish and each mouthful of that hot milky broth with thick bee hoon was plain, simple happiness.

Shimmering Sand Crab Delight
One of the Uncle Leong's specialties, i remember it as being a drier version of butter crabs.

Having said that, my memory might be failing me because the gravy was actually not much lesser with a much thicker consistency as well! This makes eating so much messier, as evidenced by the above picture.

When faced with such sinful dressing, buns are always necessary to soak them up for that additional kick! However, do ask for piping hot buns!


6, Tebing Lane,
#01-03, Punggol East
(Punggol Promenade)

For a centralised location, please check out their new branch at Toa Payoh! Its address is Braddell Tech, Toa Payoh Lorong 8, #01-01 (next to Nissan Showroom).

Call 6441-1848.

Kindly note that reservation is allowed only from Mondays to Thursdays. No reservation will be allowed if the aforementioned days unfortunately fall on public holidays or the eve of public holidays.

Guinness Pork Ribs (黑啤酒排骨) - S$20
Chinese Spinach with Eggs (三黄苋菜) - S$15
Mee Goreng (马来面) - S$6
Salted Egg Crab (咸蛋螃蟹) - S$45/kg
Claypot Crab Bee Hoon Soup (砂煲螃蟹米粉汤) -S$45/kg
Shimmering Sand Crab Delight (金沙蟹) -S$45/kg

Subject to GST.

Additional information
As i mentioned before, a leisurely walk along the scenic pathway that borders Sungei Serangoon and stretches all the way to the recently-launched Lorong Halus Wetland Park, shall aid in digestion after a heavy meal.

Before i end this food entry; a picture of the birthday gal in the company of the uber cute bulldog-cheek baby!

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