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Beijing gets a taste of Singapore cuisine

By Xu Lin | China Daily | Updated: 2017-08-29 08:15

Beijing gets a taste of Singapore cuisine

Black pepper crab is among the authentic Singapore seafood dishes at the newly opened Jumbo Seafood Restaurant in Beijing. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Foodies in Beijing can now sample Singapore's so-called national dish-chilli crabs-at the newly opened Jumbo Seafood Restaurant.

The mud crabs are cooked in a tomato-chilli-egg sauce with spices such as garlic and lemon grass.

Then, wearing a bib with an orange cartoon crab on it, guests can sample the juicy crabs, with tiny steamed or fried buns to mop up the sauce.

The restaurant, at Beijing's landmark shopping mall SKP, is the first Jumbo Seafood outlet in the capital.

The seafood restaurant chain, established in 1987, is a household name in Singapore.

It has three outlets in downtown Shanghai and will open another one in the city at the end of the year.

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