MMM! We cannot get enough crab here in Singapore. . .there are so many varieties–it is amazing. For the best white-pepper crab I recommend that you hit the place you see above: No Signboard. This place used to have no name at all and literally no signboard out front. . .all the regulars didn’t know what to call it so they started calling it ‘no signboard,’ and the name stuck to the point that it is now the official name of the joint. Anyway. . .
. . .they have every kind of crab here: chilli, black pepper, salted egg, bee hoon, etc., but they are renowned as the creators of the dish known as White Pepper Crab, and it is delectable. . .we love it! In fact, we eat both the Black Pepper Crab and the White Pepper and actually prefer the White Pepper here. . .but they are all good–you will be happy with them all whenever you eat here. So, come on over to Singapore, take a cab to the original No Signboard location on Geylang Road, possibly the most important eating street in all of Singapore, sit down in the open-air space, order some crabs, order some icy-cold Tiger beers, and get ready to gobble a meal that you will not soon forget. . .hao-hao!
I send you peppery vibes from No Signboard in Singapore. . .feel them. . .they are good for your digestion.
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It’s lovely and tasty out there.