Seafood BBQ is one of the highly favourite type of food enjoyed by Singaporean and usually we love it for dinner. One of such Food centre that offered this highly prized cuisines is Pasir Panjgan Food Centre. We visited it during the day hence most are not opened yet, one of which was available for lunch is Hannas Seafood BBQ.
With a food centre setting, there isn’t a need to elaborate on the ambience. Hence we will dive straight into the food instead. Hannas Seafood BBQ is a Halal establishment.
The first dish to serve at the table was the pale-looking Gong Gong ($10/ $12). It doesn’t look appetising at all. The shellfish were boiled with with only onions. Don’t judge a book by its cover is best described this dish. As always, when the seafood is fresh, it requires minimal seasoning and you could savour the maximum flavour. This is the absolutely true about this dish.
Next was another shellfish dish, I don’t know how it is spelled. Most would know this Ju Ju ($10). Cooked in chilli sauce. Though tasty, it was extremely oily.
Subsequently was the Fried Petai & Anchovies ($10) in sweet chilli sauce. A dish great with rice.
Next come the crowd-favourite BBQ Stingray ($10 / $15). This dish is always the highlight at Seafood BBQ stall. The sambal sauce used to cook the stingray was a tad too sweet.
For cabohydrates, we got the Fried Maggi Mee for sharing. Personally, I felt it was mediocre, however my fellow diners loved it.
Food whipped at Hannas Seafood BBQ tasted better than they look. However, I find the various chilli sauce used in the different dishes tasted too similar.
Hannas Seafood BBQ
121 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118543
- Circle line – Pasir Panjang station
- Pasir Panjang station or opposite Currency House along Pasir Panjang Road 10, 30, 51, 143, 175, 176, 188