Pince & Pints
With seafood sourced from sustainable fisheries along the Atlantic Coast, the place uses whole live Sri Lankan mud crabs in its dishes. And you won’t have to fret over the cost of each plate, because unlike some other seafood spots, all prices are reflected on the menu here.
Of course, Singapore’s iconic chilli crab ($58/500g-600g) is one of the options, and the tangy rendition here consists of a house-made chilli paste and tomato sauce. Black pepper crab ($58/500g-600g) also makes an appearance, and both are served with either fried mantou (buns) or jasmine rice.
The menu additions aren’t exactly cohesive to a particular theme or cuisine, but hey, the next time you crave a good seafood meal, you can finally introduce your lobster-hating friends to Pince & Pints.