Long Beach Seafood continues to serve well-loved favourites at its new outlet next to Hotel Mercure at Stevens Road.
First started in 1946, then subsequently established under the name of Long Beach Seafood in 1982, this household name’s greatest contribution to Singapore’s food heritage is their creation of a much-loved favourite—the famous black pepper crab, a dish of Sri Lankan crab stir-fried in a luscious black pepper sauce. From its humble beginnings as a casual cookhouse by the sea, it now boasts five outlets across the island at IMM Building, Kallang Park, Dempsey, East Coast Seafood Centre, and now Stevens Road.
At their swanky new location at Stevens Road, find the same live fish tanks, attentive service and homely atmosphere you’ve come to expect from Long Beach. The 250-seater dining room offers private rooms for special occasions too.
Apart from their famous black pepper crab, tuck into other well-loved favourites such as air-flown live southern Australian lobster sashimi and air-flown live geoduck sashimi with superior stock steamboat; classic white pepper live Alaskan king crab; golden stripe live lobster; deep fried live grouper with mango in Thai style; and live tiger sea mantis with spicy salt and pepper.
#01-10, 30 Stevens Road (Next to Hotel Mercure on Stevens). Tel: 6445 8833
This post was created in partnership with Long Beach Seafood. For more information, please visit their website.
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s May/June issue, Future Foods as a Special Feature.