Big Eater Seafood Restaurant
Crispy Beancurd Skin Roll @ S$12
I like this dish because the beancurd skin is very crispy and yet isn't soaked in oil. The seafood paste is also very well-seasoned. Eating this reminds me of fried Seafood Wantons albeit of a flatter variety. This dish has to be consumed warm for optimal enjoyment of the crisp beancurd skin. It's a MUST-TRY!
Crystal Hor Fun @ S$10
(Fried Cellophane Noodles)
The crystal hor fun has a slightly chewier texture than that of normal rice noodles. I think its likely that the crystal hor fun is made of potato starch, like those used in Northeastern Chinese cuisine. The dish came with generous portions of fish, squid, prawns, and eggs which makes it suitable as a one-dish meal. I love bean sprouts and so I enjoyed the crunchy texture that they added to the dish. This is also a MUST-TRY!
KL-Style Black Hokkien Mee @ S$4.80 (small plate)
Fried Kang Kong with Sambal Belachan @ S$8
Claypot Crab Beehoon (by weight)
Deep-Fried Prawn Paste Chicken @ S$12
Crab with Salted Egg (by weight)
I love salted egg yolks for their artery-clogging, robustly salty flavour! I sometimes feel that they're best employed in coating prawn shells instead of crab shells. Have you ever tried frying fresh, un-shelled prawns seasoned with just a little salt and pepper? The aroma is exquisite and this is coming from a person who doesn't love seafood! Imagine the aroma of fried prawns coupled with the richness of a salted egg yolk coating...the aroma is divine for a salted egg fan like me!
Teochew Orh-Nee (Mashed Yam Paste) @ S$6
Branches in Singapore
No. 34 Jalan Pari Burong (Upper Changi Road)
Tel: +65 6245-7268
Mondays to Fridays: 11.00 am- 2.00pm & 4.00pm - 11.30pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 11.00 am - 11.30pm
PS: They have a free valet parking service. Look for the line of cars waiting for their turn.