Gosh! Seafood Eatery Offers $4 For 5 Oysters Daily At Ang Mo Kio Hub
The folks who conceptualised grilled mini lobster nasi lemak are back with a tantalising offer for seafood addicts.
Gosh! Inspiring Creations at Ang Mo Kio Hub will be selling $4 for 5 baked half-shell oysters daily, according to a Facebook post on 17 Sep.
You can pick Cheesy Cheese or Garlic Butter oysters
That’s about the price of a large cup of branded boba milk tea.
Perhaps you could hold off on satiating that BBT craving this weekend — changing things up for your Fridate with bae with some affordable seafood would be something they’d appreciate.
Eatery behind viral $10 grilled lobster nasi lemak
Earlier this year, the eatery’s take on nasi lemak revolutionised how we enjoyed the timeless nasi lemak dish.
Instead of pairing fragrant coconut rice with crispy kuning fish, Gosh! decided to make flame-grilled mini lobsters the star seafood on the plate.
At $10 per plate, with ikan bilis, generous dollops of sambal and a hard-boiled egg, it was considerably affordable for seafood.
$4 for 5 baked cheesy oysters
Now, the offer that’s drawing attention in the heartlands is their grilled half-shucked oysters — $4 for 5 shells everyday.
Those who are on a strict ‘see-food, eat food’ diet will also appreciate the Deep Fried Mini-Crab Cups ($5) & Chilli Crab Sauce Mini Lobster with Mantou ($6.80).
Best not to think of Mr Krabbs when you’re munching on them.
If you plan on bringing the kiddos as well, double check on the spice levels of each dish before heading down.
Got Halal, will travel for seafood
Gosh! is a certified halal restaurant too, so do feel free to jio everyone in your clique and extended circle of friends for a feast.
Gosh! Inspiring Creations
Address: 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #B2-48, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Singapore 569933
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm, Mon-Sun
Nearest MRT: Ang Mo Kio Station
Contact No.: 8686 9918
Website: Gosh! Inspiring Creations
Grilled seafood really doesn’t come cheap in Singapore — especially for oysters, lobsters and crabs. We’re glad that offers like this mean the cuisine is more affordable for everyone.
If you’ve tried any of their signature dishes before, we’d love to hear what you thought of them in the comments below.
Featured image adapted from Eatbook.