No Signboard Seafood Restaurants in Singapore

No Signboard Seafood Restaurants in Singapore
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No Signboard Seafood Restaurant chain has four locations in Singapore, one of them within VivoCity mall (1 Harbourfront Walk).

Established in the late 1970s by Mdm Ong Kim Hoi, the company’s first restaurant began as a small stall without a signboard at Mattar Road Hawker Centre.

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant The Central & Clark Quay Singapore.

Soon, as Madam Ong’s delicious White Pepper Crab meals gained reputation, customers started making their way from all around Singapore to her stall – the one with no signboard, and the name got famous.

Today, the restaurant stays true to the roots that made it a local favorite, offering seafood dishes from homemade recipes and traditional flavors.

If you’re a tourist to Singapore, you should definitely try out the restaurant’s exceptionally well made Chilli Crab, which is the unofficial national dish Singapore.

No Signboard Seafood meal.

Other popular, reasonably priced alternatives include White Pepper Crab, Hokkien Steamed Fish, and Cereal Prawns.

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant Locations in Singapore

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant VivoCity
1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-02, VivoCity
Singapore 098585
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10:30pm
www.nosignboardseafood.com

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant The Central @ Clark Quay
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #04-63, The Central @ Clark Quay
Singapore 059817
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
www.nosignboardseafood.com

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant No. 414 Geylang
414 Geylang
Singapore 389392
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-1am
www.nosignboardseafood.com

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant The Esplanade
8 Raffles Avenue, #01-14/16, The Esplanade Mall
Singapore 039802
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10:30pm
www.nosignboardseafood.com

No Signboard Seafood Restaurant at The Esplanade has a great location, a place where you can relish your homely seafood fare along the waterfront, against the backdrop of the CBD skyline.

Alternative seafood restaurant at the same mall is Gajalee Indian Seafood Restaurant, which serves meals made out of recipes from Western coastal region of India.