Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

  • Long Beach Seafood Restaurant Image: Long Beach Seafood Restaurant
  • Best for
    Chilli crab by the beach
  • Price
    $50 per pax
  • Address
    1202 East Coast Parkway, #01-04 East Coast Seafood Centre
  • Phone
    (65) 6448 3636
  • Opening hours
    • Mon-Thu: 14:30 – 00:15
    • Fri: 13:30 – 00:15
    • Sat: 11:30 – 01:15
    • Sun & PH: 11:30 – 00:15
  • Website

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant has long been a seafood paradise of Singaporeans. This famous restaurant has gained a number of culinary awards in serving the finest and freshest seafood ever. Although its main restaurant at 1018 East Coast Parkway is no longer in existence, the chilli crab and black pepper crab legend is still alive at its other outlets.

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant Image: Long Beach


  • A spicy version of chilli crab: Long Beach’s chilli crab is granted to be the highest rank of seafood feast, especially for chilli – seafood lovers. The higher level of spiciness sets this restaurant apart from others. The gravy is an impeccable combination of spiciness, sweetness and saltiness, complementing perfectly with man tou. And how is the crab? Absolutely, it is the best of your dish with very juicy and fresh flesh.
  • Best place to have black pepper crab: This legendary dish was firstly created by a talented chef of Long Beach. Since then, black pepper crab has become a Long Beach’s signature dish and obtained the remarkable reputation amongst restaurants. As such, crabs are served up on your table with a perfectly coated layer of fragrant and delicious black pepper sauce, making the fresh and succulent flesh tastiest.

Crab is ordered in kilogram. Minimum weight of mud crab is 1 kilogram while Alaskan king crab and Australian king crab have the sizes from 3 kilograms to 10 kilograms.

Besides crab, Long Beach offers numerous other impressive seafood dishes as well as noodles, rice, vegetable, soup, chicken, duck and dessert dishes. Here are some Long Beach’s specialties that are worth trying:

  • Deep fried whole grouper in Shanghai style
  • Steam live Scottish razor clams with minced garlic
  • Deep fried crawfish
  • Live golden stripe lobster
  • Crispy duck
  • Durian pudding
  • Sweet yam paste with ginkgo nuts

Long Beach seafoodImage: Long Beach



  • Peanuts and towelettes given to you upon arrival are not complimentary. Peanuts are charged at S$2.00 and a towelette costs S$1.00.
  • Be prepared that your hands will get messy with the sauces
  • Reservations are recommended as the restaurant is always packed out.


  • Long Beach was firstly set up in 1946 at Bedok Rest House.
  • There are many Singaporean brilliant dishes created by Long Beach such as Black Pepper Crab, Drunken Prawns with VSOP Brandy, BBQ Golden Phoenix Fish, Renowned Crispy Duck, Golden Stripe Lobster, and House Speciality Prawn.
  • Long Beach has warmly welcomed many local and international Presidents, Prime Ministers, former Presidents, ministers and head of states with its specialties.
  • Long Beach has also perfectly served international celebrities like Lady Gaga, Morgan Freeman, Brendan Fraser, Michelle Yeoh, Low Kar Ying, Liza Wang, Charmaine Sheh, Myolie Wu, Wakin Chau, Jay Chuo, Raine Yang, Show Luo, Stephanie Sun, and Lee Min Ho as well as local celebrities.


Long Beach KING Seafood
Address: 220 Stadium Boulevard, Singapore
Tel: (65) 6344 7722
Opening hours: Daily 11:00 – 15:00; 17:00 – 01:15

Long Beach UDMC Seafood Restaurant
Address: 1202 East Coast Parkway, #01-04 East Coast Seafood Centre
Tel: (65) 6448 3636
Opening hours:

  • Mon-Thu: 14:30 – 00:15
  • Fri: 13:30 – 00:15
  • Sat: 11:30 – 01:15
  • Sun & PH: 11:30 – 00:15

Long Beach @ DEMPSEY
Address: 25 Dempsey Road, opposite Singapore Botanic Gardens
Tel: (65) 6323 2222
Opening hours: Daily 11:00 – 15:00, 17:30 – 13:30

Long Beach IMM Seafood Restaurant
Address: Jurong East St 21, Level 3, IMM Building, Next to Rooftop Garden
Tel: (65) 6566 9933
Opening hours:

  • Mon to Fri: 11:00 – 15:00, 17:45 – 23:00
  • Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00 – 15:00, 17:00 – 23:00
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