Palm Beach Singapore

Palm Beach Seafood just turned sixty-one! Always cited for its food and service, it offers authentic Singaporean cuisine. Its location at One Fullerton provides an awesome panoramic waterfront view just next to the Merlion and across the icons on the Singapore River.

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We view the live seafood before the chefs take them away to cook for us. Mixed feelings go with the hunger.

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Creamy Crab (award winning) Live crab cooked with french butter, curry leaves and chilli padi
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Salted Fish Fried Rice Fragrant fried rice with salted fish, silver sprouts, green peas, shrimp and ‘Char Siew’
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Palm Beach Signature Chilli Crab Live crab cooked in the Chef’s secret blend of chilli and tomato sauce, drizzled with egg white; garnished with fresh coriander
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Very flavorful: Steamed Live Scottish Bamboo Clams Air flown fresh bamboo clams, steamed with our special superior oyster sauce; garnished with crispy garlic and spring onion
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Silver Fish Fried Rice Fragrant fried rice with silver fish, diced long bean, carrot, shrimp and crab meat
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Very rich taste and nice crunch: Crispy Baby Squid Wild caught baby squids, fried crispy and coated in our Chef’s special sweet and spicy sauce This recipe has been perfected over 6 decades; an iconic dish that is not to be missed
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Golden Almond Prawn Deep fried tiger prawns with ‘Pandan’ leaves, red chilli padi, coated with cereal, almonds and creamy french butter

The free pos-prandial Marina Bay Sands Lights Show

 

PALM BEACH SINGAPORE

#01-09, One Fullerton,
1 Fullerton Road Singapore 049213
Phone: +65 6336 8118

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Zac says:

    Can’t wait to see Singapore later next month! What’s your favourite place to see there?

    1. Oh there’s a wide range within a small area! There’s colonial historic side, arts. If you have kids, there’s sentosa, night safari. If you have chance to take the hop on hop off bus, that will give you a general overview and you can see which sights you would like the most. There’s little India, Arab street, ang mo kio I think is the name of that place that Caucasians go to at night. The bar scene I think is in Clarke quay. I love the botanical garden. 🙂

      1. Zac says:

        Thanks for all the recommendations Karen! The botanical gardens look incredible. There’s a few things in here I hadn’t read about before too, so thanks for that. Night safari sounds intriguing 😊

      2. Terrific! Enjoy!

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