No Sign­board Seafood

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Fa­mous for its chilli crab, No Sign­board Seafood in Gey­lang is the orig­i­nal branch of the very pop­u­lar Sin­ga­porean seafood restau­rant chain cre­ated by Madam Ong Kim Hoi al­most 40 years ago. Back in the late 1970s, Madam Ong opened a stall in the Mat­tar Road Hawker Cen­tre sell­ing white pep­per crabs. She wist­fully tells of how the stall sold only three crabs per day... a far cry from to­day!

Her stall never had a sign­board, but by word of mouth gained a large fol­low­ing at a time seafood was not a pop­u­lar hawker food. In 1981, when she opened the first restau­rant, she adopted the No Sign­board name. With both out­door and air-con­di­tioned ar­eas, the Gey­lang out­let re­minds din­ers of old Sin­ga­pore and re­mains a true crab-by-the-road­side ex­pe­ri­ence of old. The dish it­self can be or­dered with vary­ing de­grees of spici­ness to suit any­one's taste.

No Sign­board Seafood in Gey­lang can be found at 414 Gey­lang Road, about five min­utes' walk from Alju­nied MRT sta­tion. For the lo­ca­tion of the other out­lets, check the web­site.

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