27 Oct '17, 2pm
Sin Huat Seafood at Geylang Lor 35 is infamous for being very expensive but good
5) Sin Huat Eating House (Singapore) It’s grimy looking, the service can be less than warm, the beer is served in a bottle (often with ice), and the tables sit halfway into the streets of Geylang, Singapore’s red-light district. But the crab bee hoon—giant Sri Lankan beasts cooked with a spicy mystery sauce and noodles—is pure messy indulgence. The whelks, steamed spotted cod, prawns, scallops (in fact, any seafood available that day) are all worth having. Warning: It looks cheap, but it’s not.