Ubin Seafood’s beginnings can be traced to Pulau Ubin itself, where the restaurant opened in 1986 on the island’s north shore.  There, we had the pleasure of serving up kampong-style seafood to all who visited Ubin’s shores, developing a reputation for serving fresh, authentic and delicious seafood in an laid-back and relaxing environment.



With acquisition of Pulau Ubin by the Singapore government in 1992, Ubin Seafood moved to the mainland, where we have been situated in several locations over the years (the most well known of which were the coffee shop at Commonwealth, Keppel Marina, Punggol Marina and finally the outlet at the junction of 6th Avenue / Bukit Timah Road).

The restaurant can now be found nestled in the rustic Sin-Ming area, just off Thomson Road – our exact address is #01-174, Block 27 Sin Ming Road, Singapore 575680 – please click here for additional directions. Here, we continue our tradition of serving our customers sumptuous and authentic Singaporean cuisine in a casual, family-friendly environment.

Over the years, our culinary identity has developed and matured. Apart from the freshest seafood and traditional cze char fare, we are proud to present our own interpretation of other foods- a Singaporean-take on American, French, Italian and Indian cuisine. As such, our signature dishes include US Angus Rib-Eye Beef Steak and German-style Pork Knuckle. We were motivated to do this because it’s what we, the people behind Ubin Seafood, love – and we know you will too.

We look forward to welcoming you soon, and promise that it will be an unforgettable experience.

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