Checked out HGW extensively for a decent fish steamboat place near my house to satisfy the craving. Encouraged by cloudgal's review of the stall, we decided to check out Hua Long last week.
We ordered the red snapper steamboat, as well as a serving of tofu (the basic order does not come with it). The soup was flavourful without any hints of MSG, in fact we enjoyed the stock more than the fish steamboat we had at Tiong Bahru just the week before (cannot for the life of me remember the resto name).
This stall also sells a selection of zi char. In fact the table next to us were tucking into what looked like an excellent plate of dry fried hor fun. We actually went back to Hua Long the next day to order it. It was good, albeit a tad too oily.
The stall is located conveniently just across AMK Hub. Not much to say about the setting, except that it is quite nice sitting out there enjoying the light breeze and sound of the chatter of the old neighbourhood folks with their beer peng.
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