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(Closed) FatFish Thai Steamboat (肥鱼火锅(泰式))

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Fatfish Thai Steamboat provides a cozy and quiet dinning environment specially suitable for family and friends gathering. It specialises in Indochinese and Thai cuisine.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 23:30

Sat, Sun &: 15:00 - 23:30

+65 68529161
$28 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Buffet (5 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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Dear all, Fat fish no longer operating at Old Nelson Rd. We've move and our new location now is at Ehub!Downtown East. Any inquiries please call 6582 2922 or email us at enquiry@fatfish.com.sg. Thank you

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• 26 Jul 2014 • 91 reviews • 1 follower

CLOSED!

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[CLOSED] this outlet has ceased operations. they have another outlet operating at Ehub@Downtown East #02-126 (just beside pastamania)
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• 12 Nov 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

not recommended

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the service is good but very little food range and not much choice of soup base, only tomyam & chicken that's all. Jpot steamboat is still my best choice, expensive but worth it, whereas fat fish is not so worth the price.
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  • only 2 type of soup base, Tom yam and chicken
• 09 Jun 2011 • 1 review • 4 followers

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Dear all, Fat fish no longer operating at Old Nelson Rd. We've move and our new location now is at Ehub!Downtown East. Any inquiries please call 6582 2922 or email us at enquiry@fatfish.com.sg. Thank you
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