Established in 1976, Red House is a seafood restaurant specialising in Asian seafood dishes and Singaporean favourites.

Red House had its beginnings as a family restaurant in a red colonial house along Upper East Coast Road. Red lanterns lined the façade of the restaurant and overtime, customers grew to identify Red House by its grand lanterns.

Not only are the lanterns a physical feature of the restaurant, they signify light and good fortune – both auspicious for commemorating reunions.



Similarly, the Red House logo comprises of two rice bowls (in the shape of a lantern) and alludes to the coming together of families and friends over good food.

Having built a solid reputation for quality seafood, the new outlets at Prinsep Street and Robertson Quay have earned a strong following amongst locals, expatriates and tourists.

The now-defunct original Red House Seafood at East Coast (1976 – 2015).