Abalone in Newton food centre

This is one of my favourite stall in Newton market centre. This is one of the 2 pioneer shop that has HALAL certification in previous Newton food centre.But now, u can find many HALAL bbq seafood stalls. For years I’ve been their loyal customer. To me, this is one of the stalls that sell fresh delicious seafood. And also Ah-san (the one in the pic) always recognise us and greeted us warmly…

Most of their food cost between $8,$10,$12 except vegetables normally cheaper $6 and tiger prawns/cray fish/fresh fish which is about $8 and above per 100grams (1 prawn is about $8, very expensive I must admit but people “belanja”/give treat nevermindlah hehe!, if u go to Carrefour Plaza Singapura, u can buy raw fresh large tiger prawns at $3-$4 per piece or better still go to wet market like geylang/tekka…)



Tigerrrr Prawns..Grrr…

Crispy lemon chicken (we requested that they separate the lemon juice because my son only eat plain fried chicken)

Kailan

Kangkung belacan

Fried calamari

Fried baby squids


Sambal stingray, I think $10 or $12 not surelah…


Crayfish sambal $4 per 100grams


From the stall 78 same row as Lucky newton stall.
SPECIAL!! This abalone costs about $30 for small and has ONLY miserly 6 thin slices of abalone cooked with abalone mushrooms, kailan and some carrots..I always wanted to know how it taste. Now I know..So next time, I can buy my own abalone and cook myself..


It’s like seafood taste like those pacific clams in cans (normally cost about $7-$11 per can)a bit chewy texture but nicer. Actually abalone is a bit tasteless. How delicious it is depends on the gravy and the way u cook it.. I know abalone cost about $45-$60 per can and it rose higher during festive season like chinese new year.

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