Pasar malam stall selling oysters, crabs, scallops & lobsters for S$1 to S$5.90

You can find the stall at night markets around the island.

By Mandy How | November 13, 2017

Forget churros and gradient drinks.

Seafood Hunter is the latest thing in the pasar malam (night market).

The stall has more than 20 types of seafood, with some going for as low as S$1. Examples are breaded oysters, fish nuggets, and seafood cheese tofu.

Premium seafood

There are also slightly more expensive items, like mini lobsters (S$2), garlic butter or cheese oysters (S$1.50) and potato prawn (S$1.50).

At a higher tier, there are more premium seafood like mud crabs (S$5.90), mini soft shell crabs (S$5), as well as calamari rings with nacho cheese (S$5).

You can even reserve Alaskan snow crabs for S$25 (if you’re fast enough):

And here’s how one of their stalls look:

No middleman

According to Yahoo Singapore, the enterprise is started by Louis Stan Lee, who owns a fish farm in Malaysia.

Lee also used to supply seafood to hotels and caterers in Singapore, which was how he came to know about the high prices charged and large profit margins.

Now, as both the supplier and retailer, Lee can keep the prices low without the middleman.

Where to get it:

Seafood Hunter is currently at the food bazaar opposite Choa Chu Kang MRT station, which ends Nov. 19.

This is their schedule till Christmas:

Nov. 11 Р26: Bishan Junction 8 bus interchange, food bazaar, 3pm Р11pm
Nov. 23 Р26: Singapore EXPO 4B, Halal International 2017, 11am Р9pm
Dec. 8 Р10: Suntec City Convention Centre Hall 401 Р402. Jalan Jalan Makan Makan 2017, 11am Р9pm
Nov. 11 РDec. 10: Woodlands MRT, food bazaar, 3pm Р11pm
Dec. 10 Р25: Punggol Interchange, food bazaar, 3pm Р11pm

Happy hunting.

All images from Seafood Hunter’s Facebook

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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