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Yummy Thai BBQ Steamboat


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Address: 789 Geylang Road, 389675
Serving Thai food, this stall is located along 789 Geylang Road.
+65 98949901

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• 11 Feb 2011 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy Yummy *slurps*

Was there last night with my family for dinner.

The charcoal grill steamboat is really tasty and reasonable pricing and the chilli sauce is superb . Their thai ice tea taste very authentic as well.

The con side was that the charcoal fire was abit slow. Took a while before we could start grilling our meats. But the boss was very friendly and observant and added more charcoal for us. Overall experience 9/10.

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