Master Crab @ Punggol Field, Singapore

Imagine you can have a gastronomical dinner without burning a huge hole in your pocket. But you will never believe it when you have tried some great seafood restaurants established in the neighbourhood areas. 
My friends and I had a gastronomical feast at Master Crab @ Punggol Field. Located next to the Kopitiam Food Court, it was a very popular place for seafood. Many people come to either order takeaways or dine in. I recalled the marvelous meal I had the last time at Master Crab. I am glad that the restaurant did not disappoint me. 

The entire gastronomical feast cost us SGD112 which I believe may be either equivalent or cheaper than the big seafood chains. Check out my evaluation on Jumbo Seafood at Riverside Walk

Black Pepper Crab is my all time favourite. I love the peppery taste. Its spicy, peppery taste with intense aroma was very stimulating, making one feel invigorating. We specified for the male crab as we do not like having roe. The meat was easily removed from the shell, indicating that it was fresh and sweet. The sauce was absolutely delicious and mouthwatering. Before you know it, you are already have snots. (Food rating: 4.5/5).5

Crab with Tang Hoon or Glass Noodles was the first time I had at Master Crab. The crab took some time to prepare as they were cooked in a claypot and simmered with glass noodles. When served, the noodles were rich with the crab broth which was a epicurean delight. Unlike vermicelli, the glass noodles did not turn soggy after some time in the hot claypot of crab broth. Instead, it absorbs the broth, making the noodles richer in taste and aroma. The crab meat was fresh and fleshy. You will never worry that you do not have enough crab meat to share. (Food rating: 4.5/5)

Sambal Kangkong or Water Spinach is also another favourite of mine. The way Master Crab cooked this dish was divine. We were full of praises when we had the crabs and now, the vegetable. The vegetables were cooked to perfection as the leaves were still green and the stems still crunchy. The sambal or chilli paste was filled with dried shrimps that gave that nice aroma. (Food rating: 4.5/5)

With all the spicy food, we ordered a hot plate beancurd. This dish was palatable. The ingredients were fresh and the tofu was soft. The only setback was the sauce which lacks that oomph. (Food rating: 2.5/5)

Master Crab  ijustwantfood Critics’ Pick  ★★★★
#01-01, Blk 108, Punggol Field, Singapore 820108
Atmosphere A stall within a coffee shop, bustling with people ordering and waiting for their food. At least 20 mins wait is expected. 
Sound Bruising when it is crowded
Recommended Dishes Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab, Crab with Glass Noodles
Price $ (affordable)
Open -
Reservations No reservations allowed
What the Stars Mean Ratings range from zero to four stars. Zero is poor, fair or satisfactory. One star, good. Two stars, very good. Three stars, excellent. Four stars, extraordinary.