Helloz, wo shi Mao Mao, your favorite PRC! Everyzi teksi-driver and hotel conciergezi racommanded Harbour Bay food court for fresh seefood. Since our hotel is very near it, we walked there. Mao Mao alwayz walkzi in China! And we walk walk around the food court, we choosed on Wey Wey, which is shown in the photo above, because they speakzi Mandarin–like goingz back to China!!–and because they sez they could telly the price first before we ate. So they won’t cheat us. PRCs so smartzi, how to cheat us???
We ordered hotplate tofu (not pictured) and
Salted egg yolk sotong (squid)
Steamed Fish with secret sauce
Black Pepper Crab
The food was orgasmick!! I think I lost my virginity already!!! Every dish came piping hot and Mao Mao xi huan hot food. The satay, black pepper crab and hotplate tofu were so-so. Honestzi, I’m not a crab-lover, and the crab was miserably tiny, so Mao Mao no love. But the salted-egg-yolk sotong was out of this world! (or I should say, out of Singapore!) because Mao Mao don’t think Mao Mao eaten anywhere in Singapore that iz as salty-eggy as this wan. So much salt-eggy <3. So moist yet crispy and chewy but not tough. When Mao Mao eated this, Mao Mao said Mao Mao must bring ChioBu here to eatzi wan day because she loves salted-egg-cze char and this iz the best wan Mao Mao ever eaten.
The steamer grouper in secret sauce, served with a fame under it to maintain its heat, is the 招牌菜 (editor’s note: specialty) of the seaside restaurant and how spectacles it is!!! 很 FRESH! The fresh was so bouncy!! The manager sez us that 10 minutes before the fish came to our table, it was swimming in the tank! And the secret sauce is mi-mi, secret and WOW. So complex and delicious, Mao Mao salivating as Mao Mao typez diz but solli, Mao Mao England no goot, can’t describe the taste. But it iz not ka li. Got sweet sweet and tangy taste. So sedap!! Went very well with lice. We eaten till we were so shiok.
But two things: (1) the nearby sewage has a stench but Mao Mao came from China, didn’t mind it and (2) the price isn’t transparent at all. At first, they quoted 180k rupiah (S$25) but later, we paid 250k rupiah in total (S$35). By Singapore standards, it is super cheap for so much food. But still… it’s a matter of principle. Mao Mao the Smart PRC Got Cheated.
Harbour Bay Food Court
6pm-12 am daily
Rating: 4.718/5 stars