Food Blog | Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

Hello my beautiful friends!


I am here with another food blog. Has been quite awhile since i went to a good seafood restaurant. And this place was pretty awesome and is too good to be missed out. With a beautiful location – right by the sea in east coast park they deliver the finest seafood with fantastic culinary skills.  Started it off with my favorite tender coconut drink !


Coconut | Price tag S$5.80


Cheeky napkins 😉

The black pepper crab was one of the best I have tasted here. The lovely spicy marination and freshness of the  crab awakened my taste buds. The rich black pepper seasoning really stood out making the sweet meat extra delicious. It was a huge portion that was shared by 4 of us.  The picture below is just my share of it (round 1) !  😀

Famous black pepper crab | price Tag : S$70

Bamboo clams is also one of my favorite seafood! This will excite you if you ‘re a garlic fan (keep some mint in your bag guys). This had generous toppings of garlic and some glass noodles. The light seasoning of sauce didn’t mask the actual steamed clam taste. *thumbs up*

Steamed live scottish razor clam with minced garlic | Price tag : S$12/piece

This picture does no justice to the delicious marble goby fish. (this is just the remaining head- oops). The big steamed fish was shared by 4 of us. With its minimal seasoning it brought the best out of the actual fish taste. The slightly sweet taste was just YUMZ 😀


Leftover fish head  | Price Tag : S$79.20

We also had some traditional noodles dossed in prawns and squid but unfortunately our hands were full with the crabs for a photo 😦  Overall it is a lovely place ,slightly pricey but worth every penny. Excellent staff service. Most importantly tasty fresh seafood!  Can’t wait for my next time here 😀




45 thoughts on “Food Blog | Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

  1. lafayetteangel says:

    Everything looks good to eat but the fish head. I couldn’t stand to eat a food that staring at me even though I know it is dead. It seems creepy to me. I can be a lightweight in somethings, lol.

  2. Image Earth Blog says:

    Was in Singapore last year and love the food – it’s amazing, so many influences! After 10+ months travelling through SE Asia (2014/2015) and in Italy at the moment, I’m really missing Asian delights!

  3. bernard25 says:

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    Et que la joie embellisse tes journées

    Une bise pour toi


  4. dougstuber says:

    Wonderment #1

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