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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sunday Market @ Lim Twa Tow Road | Dancing Crab

Met up with Ruby after the longest time @ Sunday Market (it replaced The Factory cafe) a few weeks ago:

Yes, that's us hahaha:

Skinny Wings & Truffle Fries (S$6.90) - wing sticks marinated in house spices, deep fried till crispy + shoestring fries tossed in truffle oil. Don't be deceived by the plain looks of the fries because they are actually quite truffle-y, and even more so with the Aioli dip! :9 The skinny wings are really delicious too:

Seafood Aglio Olio (S$14.90) - spaghetti with mixed seafood (prawns, mussels and squid) in chilli oil, seafood broth, garlic, chilli, crispy fish flakes and chopped parsley. Having fish flakes on pasta was a new experience for me but I actually liked the overall taste! It'd be better if the pasta portion was bigger though:

Crispy Duck Leg Confit (S$17.90) - with fried baby potatoes (these are crunchy and yummy), chopped salad and orange brown sauce. The skin is crispy and the meat is tender and juicy, unlike most duck confits I've tried:

Bangkok Toast (S$10.90) - cinnamon thick sweet brioche toast with Matcha Green Tea custard, served with Thai milk tea ice-cream. I looooved the ice-cream as it tastes exactly like Thai milk tea, but Ruby and I both thought the 'froth' on top feels a little weird. We didn't exactly fancy the texture of the toast either:

Sunday Market
22 Lim Tua Tow Road, Singapore 547772

Mon - Thurs: 1:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri: 1:00pm - 11:00pm
Sat: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Sun: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Tel: +65 6287 8880


Further back in August @ Dancing Crab with my parents for dinner:

There are 3 types of Lemonade on the menu, and because there were 3 of us, we decided to give each a try - Fizzy Lemonade (S$4), Lavender Lemonade (S$4) and Pink Thyme Lemonade (S$4). Pink Thyme's a little too sweet, Fizzy Lemonade's quite sour while Lavender's just nice:

Garlic Soy Sauce Wings (S$9) - thumbs-up for these crispy and sinful wings! We gobbled them down in minutes:

Beer Batter Cajun Calamari (S$9):

Crab Cakes (S$13) - crisp on the outside and packed with hot, juicy crab meat within:

Lobster Roll (S$23) - served with a side of Cajun fries which are salty and addictive. The bread is fragrantly-toasted and the lobster chunks are generous. However it isn't as fantastic as I've expected it to be hahaha:

Combo Bag #01 (S$80) - Sri Lankan Crab, 250g mussels, 300g prawns, sausages, corn and potatoes. We chose the Dancing Crab signature sauce (with Mild spiciness) which is spicy, peppery and finger-licking good!
I love how these were dumped onto our table (instead of serving them in a plastic bag like at The Cajun Kings) because it makes eating and digging for the different items so much easier. It somehow also makes the food look more appealing laid out in front of your eyes:

Some of the prawns are a little tiny, but very very fresh and yummy:

Ordered some Raw Oysters (S$18) while we were about to finish everything because I couldn't resist the temptation anymore hahaha. So glad I got these because these are one of the freshest and juiciest and fattest oysters I've ever eaten! I won't mind going back again just for them:

Friends have asked if I prefer Dancing Crab or The Cajun Kings, and I can safely say Dancing Crab! Not just because it's cheaper (approx. S$20 less per pax), but the quality of their food + restaurant ambience are so much better too.

Dancing Crab
The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road
#01-20/21, Singapore 287994

Tues - Fri: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 11:30am - 2:30pm / 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Tel: +65 6466 3303

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