Singaporean Chilli crab is synonymous with Singapore’s vibrant culture. The recipe itself hails from the unique blend of Singapore’s civilians, with Chinese, Malaysian, and Indian influences creating an addictive blend of flavours. A little bit spicy, a little bit sweet, and a whole lot of delicious, is how Singapore’s most loved dish can be described. Despite the embarrassment that may follow from the messy and lack of dining etiquette that comes along with sampling a Singaporean favourite, you will end your meal licking your fingers clean, as many of the other diners will be doing too. Jumbo Seafood as a Singaporean Institution so famous for its Singaporean Chilli Crab that even a booking comes with a half hour wait in line before being seated and at least a 45 minute wait for the crab to arrive at your table, but be assured, the wait is totally worth it.