Segar Restaurant, Singapore
This is quite a late post from my trip to Singapore. Segar Seafood restaurant is sitting at the heart of Chinatown in Singapore.
They had quite a simple menu of assorted seafood and non-seafood dishes at quite an affordable price. If you feel a bit adventurous, you should try their special: Curry Fish Head!
Hotplate Chicken with Dried Chilli - $12
This is for your friends who don't eat seafood...
Long Beans with Prawns - $10.80
Long bean with shrimp paste and prawns? This is the only way I know how to eat my veggies!
Salted Egg Prawns - $14
Anything salted egg is why I eat so much every time I go to Singapore. So, when I saw this dish at Segar restaurant, I couldn't help but order.
I love the combination of crunchy deep-fried prawn and the salty/savory taste of the salted egg. I wouldn't have it any other way.
Assam Curry Fish Head - $20
I know most people in Australia wouldn't even consider eating fish heads. However, the curry fish head could be considered a delicacy in South East Asian countries.
I love the challenge of going through each part of the fish head. The best thing about it was that the part was always so juicy!
One of the key factors that we chose this restaurant was that the halal certification that they had.
The final verdict for Segar Restaurant:
Segar Restaurant is a quick and affordable restaurant that served pretty nice food.
Do you think I should go?
Getting a halal restaurant in Singapore can be quite challenging. Segar is one of them.
7.0 / 10
Taste: 7.0 / 10
Price: $12 - $20 per main dish
Place: 6.5 / 10
B2-39/40/41, 133 New Bridge Road, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413
+65 6444 1778