Monday, 28 September 2015

Popular Black Pepper Crabs in Long Beach Seafood came about by accident.

I have patronized Long Beach Seafood Restaurant since in the early 1990s, they were in Marina South, after shutdown in 2006. The Dempsey Hill outlet was opened in 2007. The restaurant was opened in 1982 by Mr Andrew Wong, a former manager in the food and beverage industry. Their popular black pepper crab, they reveals that the dry paste of the crab which Long Beach is popular was came about by accident, when the, 

"Black pepper crabs were so popular that the kitchen could not keep up with the orders, the chef had to manage up to six woks at one time. By the time he got back to the first wok, the crab have dried up." But later the chef realized that the customers like it and become popular. Other well known are white pepper crabs, Chilli crabs, 

chilli Crabs

-Popular Black Pepper crabs @$66 per kg, (pls check the price when you order)

-Alaskan king crab @$188 per kg) and 

-Golden stripe lobster @$138 per kg)

Lobster
Crispy duck

Deep fry fish grouper with sweet and sour sauce. 

Beside crabs they serve exotic seafood, such as cowry (sea snail) from Australia, Calappa crab from Britain 

Beside the seafood they have other dishes like noodle, popular mee goreng, fry rice etc.

If you like, please try my recommendation, won't disappoint you. 

Long Beach @ Dempsey

25 Dempsey Road, Left turn to Dempsey via Holland Rd (before Peirce Road)
Tel: 6323 2222

Daily: 11am - 3pm / 5pm - 1am


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