9 REALLY SHIOK Steamboat Places That Won’t Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

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AH! Steamboats, The perfect get together option on a chilly day with friends or family. The piping hot boats of delicious food sure know how to comfort and satisfy us. Here are nine places that will warm your senses and not burn a hole in your pocket.


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The house of Steamboat serves six different kinds of Chinese herbal soups that have no MSG!

7 Tan Quee Lan Street, Singapore 188096 | http://www.houseofsteamboat.com.sg

Pricing: $17.90/ Adult & $8.90/Child Nett. Including Drink




‘Shabu’ refers to the sound of ingredients swishing in a boiling pot and ‘Sai’ means vegetables. It is a unique spot that offers Japanese-style hotpots. Not to mention, they have seven different varieties of soup.

1 Woodlands Square, Causeway Point #05-14/15, Singapore 738099

5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Changi City Point #B1-28/29 Singapore 48603

6 Eu Tong Sen Street, Clarke Quay Central #02-17, Singapore 059817

3 Simei Street 6, Eastpoint Mall #03-06, Singapore 528833

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #B1-133 (Fountain of Wealth)


Pricing: Lunch on weekdays ($16.50++), weekends ($18.50++)






Along the steamboat, Goro Goro serves Korean dishes as well. They also offer 50 and more different meats, vegetables and Korean delights.

218 Orchard Road,  #04-01, Singapore 238851 | https://www.facebook.com/GoroGoro.Asia/

Pricing: Buffet Lunch – Monday – Friday $14.90++


Happiness is sharing a hot pot of laksa together.

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The name of the place pretty much says it all. Signature Laksa is used as the broth for steamboats here and must we say more?

Pasir Panjang Tamil Methodist Church 85 Wishart Road, Singapore 098727 | https://www.facebook.com/San-laksa-steamboat-seafood-272263022822918/

Pricing: $11-20 per pax


#mookata #cheesy #thai #bbq #bugisjunction #mediatasting

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[Media & Food Tasting] Cheesy Mookata Grill Set // Mookata In order to differentiate themselves from the rest as well as to further tantalise the taste buds of Mookata lovers, the leading and pioneer restaurant chain for Traditional Thai BBQ introduces its all-new creation that sets to delight even the toughest of foodies – the Mookata Cheesy Grill sets (which I presume they got their inspiration from the famous James Cheese Back Ribs in Korea), available exclusively at the Bugis Junction outlet from 1st June 2016 onwards. _________________________________ Served in either a set for 2 to 3 person at 57.90 ++ or for 3-4 persons at $64.90 ++, Mookata continues to retain its pocket-friendly prices for premium ingredients and seasonings, which also include brand new additions to the menu such as Baby Back Pork Ribs and Purple Scallops. _________________________________ With a decent array of food choices such as Pork Collar, Chicken Thigh, Bacon Enoki Wraps, Bratwurst Sausages, Bak Kwa and Kernel Corn to choose from, Mookata is one great place to unwind after a hard day of work or even a simple catch up with your families and friends. _________________________________ Review on Mookata available on my blog now and the link is in my bio!

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Mookata is one of the pioneers of Thai BBQ. They have been around 2011 and have expanded to a couple more locations. Their menus are extensive. They are popular for their condiments that range from mild to spicy

200 Victoria Street, Bugis Junction Mall, #02-53 Singapore 188021| https://www.facebook.com/mookataBugis/

Pricing: Monday to Friday, $18.90++


#Uni friends dinner! At #HotpotCulture

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Hotpot Culture invites diners by bringing all the flavor from all around the world. Here you can find tom yum, kimchi, chicken broth laksa and more to satisfy your taste buds.

#04-102A The Gallerie @ Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard. | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hotpot-Culture-At-Marina-Square/280937635320384

Pricing: $11-$20 per pax

7. Yummy Veggie International Buffet & Steamboat Restaurant


This is your best pick if you are looking for a vegetarian, halal steamboat restaurant. It is an international buffet, and you will be spoilt for choice!

175 Bencoolen Street Burlington Square, Singapore 189649 | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hotpot-Culture-Restaurants/158929670810407

Pricing: $12-$30 per pax

8. Royal Kublai Khan Steamboat Buffet & Seafood Restaurant

Something to warm up this cold night.

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It is known to be the best spot for Mongolian BBQ. The food is also certified HALAL which makes it friendly for our Muslim friends. You can also find an international buffet giving you some options.

175 Bencoolen Street Burlington Square, Singapore 189649 | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mongolian-BBQ-Restaurant/172090446181107

Pricing: $12-$30 per pax

9. Nan Hua Chang Fishhead steamboat


Nan Hua Chang is a classic choice for Steamboat. They sell traditional fish head steamboat. There are many different varieties of fishes to go with the broth.

462 Crawford Lane, #01-71, Singapore 190462 | +65 62964533

Pricing: $10-$30 per pax

We hope this list has built your appetite to start on your steamboat adventure! Do let us know of your all time favourite steamboat restaurants that we missed!
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