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Stockholm: where to eat swedish food (guide)

Thanks this is very helpful!

Jun 09, 2014
ckcrunch in Europe

Singapore crab

We actually did have the black pepper crab at Palm Beach. It was very very good, just the right amount of butter without being too heavy, with a nice pepper kick. The crab itself was fresh as well.

We did want to try Eng Seng, but we had very little time and could not make it out there. Will definitely try that next time (with all the Jetstar/Tiger Airways deals from HK to Singapore, its only a matter of time).

Now, if only there's a good crab place in Hong Kong. Hong Kong crab places seem to be either horrible or insanely expensive.

Dec 20, 2011
ckcrunch in China & Southeast Asia

Singapore crab

Late report but we ended up trying Palm Beach and I must have been lucky as it was excellent! Much better than Jumbo.

Dec 19, 2011
ckcrunch in China & Southeast Asia

Going to HK... again!

Sushi Sase is excellent (they have an excellent lunch set for ~$300 - a great value). But for dinner, I find the omakase at Sushi Fuku-Suke or Tenzen in Causeway Bay to be better value.

Nov 15, 2011
ckcrunch in China & Southeast Asia

Singapore crab

I did a search but surprisingly could not find a chilli crab/pepper crab thread. I am visiting Singapore this weekend and want to see what is new. I went to Jumbo and Red House last time I was in Singapore in March and I have been to the No Signboard in Hong Kong. I thought Jumbo was ok, but Red House at Robertson Quay was very good (especially the White Pepper crab). (we had 3 crab meals in 3 days that trip) No Signboard in Hong Kong was very expensive and was just ok.

Generally I prefer pepper crab as I find the chilli crab to be a little sweet for my taste. Any other recommendations for me to try?

Also, is there any material difference between all the branches of Jumbo? We went to two different branches last time and the food was very inconsistent.

Nov 15, 2011
ckcrunch in China & Southeast Asia