Started as a humble abode at 180 Yio Chu Kang Road, Dato Francis Ng set up the House of Seafood in order to provide job opportunities for the struggling elderlies.
One day, by a stroke of luck, one of their satisfied customers happened to be a female reporter from Lian He Zao Bao. Thus, House of Seafood was featured on the newspaper, earning them famed reputation overnight.
Other than Lian He Zao Bao, the House of Seafood has also been featured in other news and media outlets, further solidifying their credibility.
Photo Credits: House Of Seafood Press
Currently, House of Seafood are happily tucked in their two humble nests: Punggol and Upper Serangoon Road.
House Of Seafood's features a full menu parade, singing in all flavors of tasty serenade, the crescendo swells the voices up to the aromatic smell of tender and succulent chickens, delectable sauteed vegetables and ocean creatures drizzled in sauces or begging to be dipped in spicy concoctions.
Marrying the fresh ingredients and top-notch culinary skills, House Of Seafood has also sold countless of their award-winning dishes like its signature black pepper crab.
Photo Credits: House Of Seafood Menu
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