Kim’s Singapore Seafood Just Woked its Way to Dubai
If you are a lover of Singaporean food you can now rejoice because Kim’s Place – a culinary institution of Singapore for over 60 years – has just opened its doors in Dubai as Kim’s Singapore Seafood. And to make the news even more palatable, it’s conveniently located in the heart of the thriving Al Seef promenade. Offering the Dubai a taste of the Lion City with quintessential ethnic favourites, the eatery officially opened its doors on 13th August, in partnership with Warner Brothers for the premiere of the summer blockbuster hit movie, Crazy Rich Asians.
The film’s adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s book not only reveals the over-the-top lifestyle of Singapore’s elite but also highlights the country’s traditions and culinary experiences, where even street food vendors receive certified Michelin Star ratings. Is there a better way to introduce the UAE to the mouth-watering dishes? We are sure you can’t wait to dig in and taste famous delicacies such as Chilli Crab, Hokkien mee and barbecued sambal fish.
Setting the paramount for authentic Singaporean meals masked in a modern setting, Kim’s Singapore Seafood menu offers an explosion of flavours and colours that can only be achieved with old-school cooking techniques for that dose of nostalgia in every bite.
Starters include Salted Egg Fried Fish Skin, Fried Prawn Paste Chicken Wings, and soups like Hot & Sour Soup with shredded chicken and Braised Superior Soup with Crab Meat. There is also a variety of fish cooked to different flavours and styles, along with a long line-up of prized signature mains that include Singapore Chilli Crab, Steamed Shell Scallops with Garlic, Black Pepper Lobster, Crispy Cereal Prawn, Sambal Kang Kong and a variety of beef and chicken dishes as well as omelettes.
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Authentic Singaporean Food
This new eatery and bar promises authentic Singaporean food as well as an extensive menu of signature drinks infused with authentic South East flavours, such as coconut pandan jam, galangal root, ginger sheet, basil and elderflower. The chic interiors seat up to 166 guests, who are in for a unique and memorable culinary and cultural experience amidst murals, Peranakan design, and botanical walls.
A tribute to the original institution of classic Asian fare, Kim’s Singapore Seafood in Dubai will serve legacy dishes that have been refined over the years from father to son. There will also be new additions to the menu to appeal to regional tastes.