Fodor's Expert Review Sin Huat Eating House
There's no menu at Sin Huat Eating House and, unless you ask in advance, you won't know how much your seafood feast will cost until the check is plunked down on the faded plastic table. Service ranges from gruff to indifferent, and one look inside the, shall we say, untidy interior might just scare you away if you didn't know better. It may be rough around the edges, it's in the red-light district of Geylang, and the cost of a full meal would make some fine-dining establishments blush, but there's good reason why the food magnate Anthony Bourdain named Sin Huat one of the "10 places to eat before you die." Chef Danny's rich, gooey, briny, magnificent crab (or prawn) bee hoon (vermicelli-like rice noodles) is stunning. Pair it with on-the-shell scallops slathered in black bean sauce and a plate of kailan (fresh greens) with garlic.
659/661 Geylang Rd.
Singapore, Central Singapore 389589, Singapore