Clifford Pier, The

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The his­toric land­mark that is The Clifford Pier restau­rant to­day is the per­fect spot to while an af­ter­noon away, as you par­take of hearty lo­cal hawker favourites with a con­tem­po­rary twist.


Ar­rive a few min­utes be­fore your book­ing to sit by the wa­ter­front (right out­side the restau­rant’s open-air ter­race) and enjoy the gen­tle sea breeze and view. Start with the her­itage bites, a mixed plat­ter of braised pork belly buns, kueh pie tee and grilled satay. A palate pleaser is the uni glass noo­dle where chilled thick noo­dles, sea urchin, salted egg and salmon roe are tossed in a zesty lime truf­fle sauce. The Pier lob­ster roll com­prises two brioche buns filled with suc­cu­lent lob­ster and coated with light mayo.

Soup kamb­ing

Steamed catch

Kueh pie tee

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