07 Apr 2014
This no-frills establishment's mainstay is Szechuan cuisine but it is especially known for its value-for-money steamboat buffets. For night owls in the Zouk vicinity, it’s a godsend as the brightly-lit restaurant stays open till 3am. Tuck into a range of standard steamboat items such as thinly sliced meat, prawns and vegetables, alongside premium offerings like pork belly and quail eggs. There are five choices when it comes to the soup base: pork bone, mushroom, tomato, tom yam and spicy Szechuan mala. Note that drinks and dessert are charged additionally, and do try their solitary dessert option - the sweet potato caramel ($9.90). For more buffet reviews click here, http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-2014-*gid-033e3101/photos/#21c60100.