Fine de Clair Orh Luak
New Ubin Seafood is a casual, laid back and family friendly
restaurant serving Singaporean Cuisine. The origin of New Ubin
Seafood can be traced back to Pulau Ubin itself. After the government
acquisition of Pulau Ubin, New Ubin Seafood move through different
locations and finally settled down in the rustic setting of Sin Ming
|New Ubin Seafood - Great Wall of Ubin|
We were introduced to New Ubin Seafood by our church friends Daniel
and Michelle a few years back, and totally got hooked on the heart
attack fried rice (fried rice cooked with beef drippings and fats)
that was served with their US Black Angus Ribeye Steak. We got a bit
overdose by it and only recently returned after hearing that they are
going to move to the West. Yes, they are uprooting to the Hillview
Ave and their last day of operation in Sing Ming is 06 November 2016.
So we decided to have one last visit before it makes its' journey to
Through the years, the cuisine of New Ubin Seafood has evolved. To
make it simple, they basically served delicious cuisine that you can
find in Singapore, no hold bars. Acknowledged by Michelin Guide
Singapore under their Bib Gourmand category or known as Inspector's
favourite for good value, they must be doing something right.
|Part of the Dining Area - Air conditioned|
A must order of course is their US Black Angus Ribeye Steak ($13 for
100 grams). Grilled to medium rare, it is served with the heart
attack fried rice. The steak sliced to bite size, to make it easy for
diners to use their chopstick to pick up their food. It has a good
charred to seal in the juice in the beef, succulent and beautifully
cooked to medium rare. Though it is ribeye cut, the steak itself is
very lean. I personally just ate the steak with sea salt and
caramelised onion, the dijon mustard that are also served at the side
somehow seems to decimate the flavour of the beef.
|US Black Angus Ribeye Steak|
The crispy potato wedges is well-seasoned with cayenne. Fried rice is
good especially with the combination of their wok hei and beef fats.
However it does not feel the same compare to the last time. I guess,
the wow factor was lost on me.
|Heart Attack Fried Rice|