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Jumbo (IAPM)

Seafood
Singaporean
Xuhui
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Jumbo (IAPM)

Seafood
Singaporean
Xuhui
  • 5/F, IAPM,
    999 Huaihai Zhong Lu,
    near Shaanxi Nan Lu

    Xuhui District

    淮海中路999号5楼,
    近陕西南路

    Inside: IAPM
    5 mins from South Shaanxi Rd
    Chinese Name: 珍宝海鲜
    6466 3435
    Daily, 11am-2.30pm
    5.50pm-10.30pm

    Editor’s Description

    Last updated: Apr 21, 2021
    Jumbo is big-name seafood restaurant in Singapore. It's particularly famous for is chili and black pepper crabs, and rightfully so; they're excellent. They also serve a variety of other Singapore staples like Hainan chicken rice as well as other fresh seafood delicacies.

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    Round of Singaporean goodness This kind of food sends me to my happy place
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    • My boss took me to Jumbo when I first moved to Shanghai and it was amazing. The restaurant is pretty famous in Singapore and is excellent on chili crabs (550RMB). I still remember the taste of the cereal shrimp (118RMB) – buttery, milky notes with bit of crunchiness. I’m happy to learn that they now have a great selection for the lunch set menu.

      On top of my list would be the popular Malay dish, Nasi Lemak (58RMB). Served with crispy anchovies, toasted peanuts, fresh cucumbers, chicken, and egg on top of fragrant rice, it’s pretty authentic! The coconut rice tastes rich and the portion is just right.

      Crab noodle (58RMB) was solid, rich, and tasty. I’m very happy to report that there’re a good amount of crab in it. The classic dish, Hainan chicken (48 RMB), is pretty standard with poached chicken, cucumber and three sauces on the side. I do love how they season rice with chicken oil.

      The set ranges from 58 to 68 RMB, which is very reasonable. It also comes with vegetables and coix seed water. The place itself is spacious and clean, and the staffs are always attentive. Lastly, don’t miss out on their desserts, rounded off with flavourful cendol, taro sago and coconut milk.

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    • Singapore has established a reputation for its selection of seafood dishes, namely the “chilli crab” and the “black pepper crab”. Fortunately for us the restaurant chain Jumbo, who have countlessly been awarded best chilli crab in Singapore, have brought these delicacies to Shanghai. Situated on the 5th floor of the IAPM, this is a drool-worthy feast that resembles that which you would be served at the original restaurant, using only the best quality crabs from all over the world.

      Disclaimer: This is 100% a feast of a meal so a light lunch or breakfast is recommended. Bib and crab crackers are provided - prepare to get messy.

      Dishes of mention:

      Chilli crab – although a Singaporean dish it is prepared with a combination of more Malaysian flavours; chilli, lemongrass, candlenuts, turmeric, married with a sweet tomato based sauce. (Despite the name not actually that spicy)

      Fried Mantou – in China these baozi are usually served steamed but in this variation they’re fried. A crispy exterior with soft pillowy centres, to be used as a vehicle for your crabmeat sauce. Before you know it your hand is on autopilot reaching for another..

      Cereal Prawns – another of their famous dishes. A dry dish of prawns coated in a sweet cereal crumb fried with fresh curry leaves. Delicious.

      Deep fried Cod with Chef’s special spicy sauce – another stand-out sweet and spicy dish. Fish was cooked perfectly.

      Kang kong garlic & Oyster broccoli – great vegetable options to cut through the richer seafood dishes
      I can confidently say Jumbo live up to their reputation for delivering an excellent spread of seafood. A great dining experience to share with a big group, one that’s sure to leave you feeling rather full but highly satisfied.

      Price for 2 people: 700RMB

       

       

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