Pince and Pints

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It’s a lob­ster fest at this laid­back joint tucked away at Dux­ton Hill. (East-siders will ap­pre­ci­ate that they have an­other out­let along East Coast Road.) Its own­ers get sus­tain­ably sourced crus­taceans di­rect from fish­eries in the At­lantic Coast, which not only guar­an­tees them qual­ity lob­sters, but also helps to keep their costs lower.

Top on the list of Pince and Pints favourites is the clas­sic lob­ster roll filled with gen­er­ous chunks of lob­ster meat stuffed in a toasted but­tered roll. Take it up a notch with the truf­fle roll, which es­sen­tially amps up your lob­ster roll with shaved black truf­fle, truf­fle caviar and a side of truf­fle but­ter sauce. Lob­ster purists can or­der the grilled or steamed whole live lob­ster that comes with a salad and straight cut fries. A va­ri­ety of lo­cally in­spired dishes are also on the menu, in­clud­ing wok-fried egg noo­dles with lob­ster tossed in gin­ger and scal­lions, served with house­made sam­bal chilli on the side; and chilli lob­ster with fried man­tou, rem­i­nis­cent of that quin­tes­sen­tial Sin­ga­porean dish, chilli crab.

Pince and Pints also of­fers seafood bar snacks such as a plat­ter of crispy fish skin, fried cala­mari and gar­lic but­ter mus­sels. Din­ers can also or­der a dozen of fresh oys­ters to com­ple­ment their meal. 32-33 Dux­ton Road, Sin­ga­pore 089496

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