Saturday, May 24, 2008

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant @ VivoCity

It's our aunt's birthday today. Indeed she has been a great blessing from God to us. So sis, bro and I, we gave her, uncle and cousin a treat today.

We booked a place at No Signboard Seafood at Vivo City. We have not been to this branch before. Many reviews says it has the most 'atas' deco amongst all its branches.

If you have been to other branches, this branch does look very opulent compared to other branches.

We had the Deep Fried Baby Squid. This is one of aunt's favourite. (uncle and cousin's too)

For veg, we had the sambal kangkong. Spicy and nice ;-)

This is the Sea Cucumber with Seafood in Claypot. Uncle and aunt both love sea cucumber. It's sis fav too.

Cereal Prawns. Another of aunt's favourite. (and also all of us too. haha..)
Uncle was joking, we are eating tomorrow's breakfast a few hours early. (if you don't get it, hint: cereals)

The crabs to be eaten at No Signboard. Their White Pepper Crab. Their specialty here. We had 2 Sri Lankan crabs. Yes, you guessed it. Aunt loves crabs!

We hope aunt enjoyed her dinner. Happy Birthday Aunt! May our heavenly Father continue to bless you most bountifully.

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant
Vivo City
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore 098595
Tel: 63769959
11 am - 11 pm

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Anonymous said...

Hi there, whats ur bill like for this meal ?

Unknown said...

Hi Charles, it's a bit on the high side. $270 taxes etc incl.

The high ticket items are the crabs and sea cucumber. And prices for that is seasonal.

Camemberu said...

Wow this made me feel like eating crabs again! until I saw your bill amount. wow.

the scallops and the veges look very good in teh claypot tho.

The Dictator said...

i had our grad dinner at no signboard at esplande. it was 500 per table and for 10 pple, they gave jsut 3 crabs, soaky meat. really disappointed with no sign board. i tried the geylang branch years back, and it was so much better then

Anonymous said...

Must be a really great aunt .. :)

Anonymous said...

Forget the food... I'm still staring at the DECOR!! Wah, opulent is an understatement...

His Food Blog said...

Yah. No signboard has been known for their exorbitant charges. A bunch of my friends went to this outlet and ordered blindly and left close to $100 poorer each.

I rather head to seafood paradise which is more affordable.

Anonymous said...

how u guys try SINMA at geylang lor 3?

Anonymous said...

Since Frommer's recommended this place, I visited the place with seven other people. I am not sure if this happens to everyone (or only to a "select few" -- we are non-western and not of Chinese descent) who ate at this restaurant ( the branch located at the Vivo City mall in Singapore): The restaurant charges the wet towels and peanuts (we did not order for them; we thought it was complimentary) without letting us know that they are not free. The house tea (which in most restaurants are free) is not free too; but I was okay with it since they asked us if we like a pot of tea... Not sure if this kind of thing is "normal" in Singapore, but please beware if you are non-western and not of Chinese descent. Thank you.

Unknown said...

Hi Anon,

Yes, it is quite common for many restaurants esp Chinese restaurants to charge for tea, peanuts and wet towels.

Most of us don't really know if it's free until you see the bill. Some are ok as they are about $1-$2 dollars, some places charge $5!

Decline them if you are served pickles or peanuts that you don't like. It's OK, we do that too ;-)

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