The Long John Silver is a seafood restaurant chain which was founded in 1969, in Kentucky (USA). In 1983 they opened their first restaurant in Singapore. Here is the list of all Long John Silver’s Menu Singapore with prices:

Popular

Menu Price
2pc Chickenfrom S$ 6.70
1pc Chicken & 1pc Fishfrom S$ 7.90
1pc Chicken & 1pc Spicy Doryfrom S$ 7.90
3pc Chickenfrom S$ 7.90
2pc Chicken & 2pc Spicy Shrimpfrom S$ 8.40
HERSHEY’S Chocolate CrèmeS$ 3.60

Familiar Flavors

Menu Price
Rendang Chicken & Shrimpsfrom S$ 9.20
Rendang Grilled Chickenfrom S$ 9.90
Spicy Crabsticks & Chili Crab sauceS$ 5.20
Rendang SauceS$ 2.20
Ketupat (Rice Cake)S$ 1.70

Long John Golden Deals

Menu Price
1pc Fishfrom S$ 6.30
2pc Chickenfrom S$ 6.70
1pc Chicken & 1pc Fishfrom S$ 7.90
1pc Chicken & 1pc Spicy Doryfrom S$ 7.90
3pc Chickenfrom S$ 7.90
1pc Fish & 1pc Spicy Fishfrom S$ 8.40
2pc Chicken & 2pc Spicy Shrimpfrom S$ 8.40
1pc Doryfrom S$ 6.30
2pc Doryfrom S$ 8.40
2pc Spicy Doryfrom S$ 8.40
1pc Chickenfrom S$ 5.80

John Silver’s Grill Plate

Menu Price
Grilled Cajun Chickenfrom S$ 8.50
Grilled Dory with Chilli Crab saucefrom S$ 8.80
Grilled Salmon with Teriyaki saucefrom S$ 9.50

Dip & Shake

Menu Price
Nacho cheese sauceS$ 1.70
Chilli Crab sauceS$ 1.70
Spicy Teriyaki sauceS$ 1.70
Caribbean SpicesS$ 1.20

Ala Carte

Menu Price
1pc ChickenS$ 2.60
1pc FishS$ 3.10
1pc DoryS$ 3.10
2pc ShrimpS$ 2.60
1pc Spicy ChickenS$ 2.60
1pc Spicy FishS$ 3.10
1pc Spicy DoryS$ 3.10
2pc Spicy ShrimpS$ 2.60
Large FriesS$ 3.20
Extra FriesS$ 4.20
ColeslawS$ 2.60
RiceS$ 2.60
Corn CupS$ 2.60

Soup & Desserts

Menu Price
5oz Clam ChowderS$ 3.10
10oz Clam ChowderS$ 3.90
5oz Clam Chowder with 2pc Garlic ToastS$ 3.70
10oz Clam Chowder with 2pc Garlic ToastS$ 4.50
HERSHEY’S Chocolate CrèmeS$ 3.60
Cinnamon Sugar Churros (6pc)S$ 3.60
Chocolate sauceS$ 1.70

Hot Drinks

Menu Price
Hot TeaS$ 2.70
Hot CoffeeS$ 2.70
Hot MiloS$ 3.70

Cold Drinks

Menu Price
Mineral WaterS$ 2.70
Cokefrom S$ 3
Coke Zero Sugarfrom S$ 3
Spritefrom S$ 3
Minute Maid Refresh Orangefrom S$ 3.40
Iced Lemon Teafrom S$ 3.50
SJORAS$ 3.60
Iced Milofrom S$ 3.70
LemonadeS$ 3.60

Long John Silver’s Menu Update September 2021

Long John Silver’s is one of the best seafood not just in the USA but also in Singapore. One of the reasons for their success is that they serve fresh delicious food items to their customers. Their dishes are so delicious like no other seafood in the world.

They regularly update and bring new food items in their menu to bring their customers back. Here are some updated pictures of Long John Silver’s Menu Singapore :

Long John Silver’s Best Food items

The American restaurant chain Long John Silver’s is known because of their seafood experience. They started their business in 1969, but early in 1979 there were more than 1000 outlets of Long John Silver’s restaurants. In 1980 they became a national brand.

They offer many combo platters, but all of their nutrition is not provided and this makes little confusion for their customers. If you want a combo from their menu then must check out their worst and best info listed below.

Best: Baked Shrimp

Baked Shrimp
Baked Shrimp

PER 3 PIECES: 25 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 105 mg sodium, 0 g carbs (0 g fiber, 0 g sugar), 5 g protein.

Shrimp is a good nutrients and very low calories fish. There is almost no fat in this meal because it is baked, this thing makes it one of the best choices at Long John Silver’s dining menu.

Worst: Crab Cake

Crab Cake
Crab Cake

PER 1 CAKE: 280 calories, 15 g fat (6 g saturated fat), 880 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (1 g fiber, 3 g sugar), 10 g protein

Even though sea food is healthy, it all depend on preparation and cooking method. In Crab cake many high calorie ingredients are used and they are fried. One crab contains 40% of the daily recommended max of sodium. Clearly this thing makes it one seafood item on the menu to skip.

Worst: Battered Alaskan Pollock

Worst: Battered Alaskan Pollock
Worst: Battered Alaskan Pollock

PER 1 PIECE: 200 calories, 10 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 810 mg sodium, 16 g carbs (1 g fiber, 0 g sugar), 10 g protein

Basically Pollock is a healthy fish, the nutrition is apparently good, but when it is breaded and fried it is damaged for you. With several pieces of fish there are several options at Long John Silver’s combo platter, this fried pollock would add many calories and artery fat.

About Long John Silver’s

Long John Silver’s is an American fast food chain, this food chain is famous because of their seafood. They opened their first restaurant in August 1969 at Lexington. At first they were famous because of their Cape Cod style buildings, wood tables and ship’s wheels.

According to them, their guests have an unforgettable experience by tasting their delicious dishes. Also they are fishing to provide their customers with warm feelings, moments of sea prizes and also ring bell service in every single journey.

In 1983, when consumer demand for quick service restaurants began, in response to them they opened their first outlet. Their mission is to provide their customers with great delicious, healthy tasting seafood at a reasonable price.

Long John Silver's Singapore
Long John Silver’s Singapore

John Silver’s Delivery locations

Long John Silver’s restaurant has more than 20 delivery locations in Singapore. Here is the list of all Long John Silver’s outlets in Singapore:

18 Taiseng
18 Taiseng Street, #01-31/32 & K7
Singapore 539775
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Bedok Point
799 New Upper Changi Road, #01-02/03, Bedok Point
Singapore 467351
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Commonwealth
88 Tanglin Halt Road, #01-09
Singapore 141088
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Eastpoint Mall
3 Simei Street 6, #01-32, Eastpoint Mall
Singapore 528833
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Hillion Mall
17 Petir Road, #B1-57 to 59, Hillion Mall
Singapore 678278
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Hougang Mall
90 Hougang Avenue 10, #B1-27/28, Hougang Mall
Singapore 538766
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Junction 8

Junction 8
9 Bishan Place, #01-19A, Junction 8
Singapore 579837
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2, #03-09/10/11, JP1, Jurong Point
Singapore 648886
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Kampung Admiralty
676 Woodlands Drive 71, #01-12
Singapore 730676
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Leisure Park Kallang
5 Stadium Walk, #01-41A/42, Leisure Park Kallang
Singapore 397693
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-10pm

Northpoint City

Northpoint City
930 Yishun Avenue 2, #01-14, Northpoint City
Singapore 769098
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

NTU
76 Nanyang Drive, N2.1-01-05 North Spine Plaza, NTU
Singapore 637331
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-8pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-8pm

Rivervale Mall
11 Rivervale Crescent, #01-28A, Rivervale Mall
Singapore 545082
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

SingPost Centre
10 Eunos Road 8, #01-149, SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Tampines Mall
4 Tampines Central 5, #04-23 to 25, Tampines Mall
Singapore 529510
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Tiong Bahru Plaza
302 Tiong Bahru Road, #01-160, Tiong Bahru Plaza
Singapore 168732
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-9:45pm

VivoCity
1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-94, VivoCity
Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-10pm

Westgate
3 Gateway Drive, #B1-10, Westgate
Singapore 608532
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

West Coast Plaza
154 West Coast Road, #B1-49, West Coast Plaza
Singapore 127371
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-10pm

Wisteria Mall
598 Yishun Ring Road, #01-17/18/55/56, Wisteria Mall
Singapore 768698
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Woods Square
6 Woodlands Square, #B2-19, Woods Square
Singapore 737737
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

Yew Tee Point
21 Choa Chu Kang North 6, #01-36/38/39, Yew Tee Point
Singapore 689578
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:30am-10pm

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