Uncle Leong Seafood @ Anchorpoint

Uncle Leong Seafood @ Anchorpoint
Uncle Leong Seafood @ Anchorpoint
Image: Uncle Leong Seafood
  • Loved for
    Sand Crab
    Mixed choices of affordable & expensive menus
  • Prices
    S$80 per pax
  • Address
    Anchorpoint Shopping Centre, 368 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159952
  • Phone
    +65 6259 9861
  • Opening hours
    Daily 11:30 – 14:30; 17:00 – 22:00
  • Website
  • Email
  • Table reservation
    Book a table
  • Uncle Leong Seafood started as a small eatery stall in Ang Mo Kio, but because of excellent Chinese cooking at affordable prices, Uncle Leong grew not only in size but also in number. It consistently ranks on the list of any local’s top seafood restaurants in the country. It is renowned for its signature dish “Shimmering Sand Crab Delight”, introduced in 2002 and still well-loved to this very day.


    • Home of the Shimmering Sand Crab Delight: This Uncle Leong signature dish made the restaurant an important fixture in the local seafood scene. The star of the dish is an above-average sized crab that delightfully swims in a creamy buttery sauce, generously sprinkled with golden oats.
    • Premium menu: Uncle Leong Seafood gained popularity for its noteworthy but affordable dishes. However, they do have a premium menu for patrons who wish to splurge a little on upscale dishes such as Braised Baby Abalone, Superior Treasures Soup, and Braised Superior Shark’s Fin Soup.
    • Excellent set menu: Starting at S$188, Uncle Leong has set menus that are perfect for patrons who want to do away with the pressure of ordering dishes. Of course, each set menu option features their signature Shimmering Sand Crab Delight.

    MENU: Uncle Leong has an extensive menu that features a long list of crab, premium dishes, fish, prawn, seafood, meat, vegetables, bean curd, soup, noodles, rice, and dessert.


    • Shimmering Sand Crab Delight
    • Claypot Red Grouper in Canto Style
    • Guinness Pork Rib
    • Coconut Pudding with Ice Cream

    LOOK & FEEL: Uncle Leong at Anchorpoint does not look like your typical Chinese restaurant. With modern accents such as overhead lamps, what could be your only indication you are in a Chinese restaurant is that distinct seafood aroma emanating from the kitchen.

    NOTE: Free island-wide delivery


    • Buses: 105, 155, 238, 93 (2-min walk from bus stop 52381)
    • Nearest MRT station: Braddell (NS18)
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