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Tanyoto (谭鱼头)

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Located in Liang Court, Tanyoto is a Chinese restaurant specialising in Sichuan hotpot. The tomato-based broth is the most sought-after.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 23:00

+65 68366839
$41 based on 31 submissions
Supper (9 votes), After Work (8 votes), Dinner (8 votes)
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Favorite Steamboat in SG

Tanyoto is my absolutely favorative steamboat in SG.
Compared to other typical Chinese style steamboat, Tanyoto has very clean environment
Compared to other Singaporean style steamboat, Tanyoto has much much better taste, and good service!
Also, it is not as expensive as Hai Di Lao.

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• 17 Apr 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Favorite Steamboat in SG

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Tanyoto is my absolutely favorative steamboat in SG.
Compared to other typical Chinese style steamboat, Tanyoto has very clean environment
Compared to other Singaporean style steamboat, Tanyoto has much much better taste, and good service!
Also, it is not as expensive as Hai Di Lao.
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• 25 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Expensive food , Horrible Service

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First and last time. Expensive and horrible service.

Walked passed the restaurant, and was flipping the menu when the host came out and asked "' 要 不 要 吃".

Had fish soup and tom yam soup - nothing fantastic.  

As we had two kids with us, and the children ordered more food halfway through our dinner, we took a longer time to finish our food.

Guess what, they actually put the food in the pot without asking and switched of the induction cooker. Then the same host came and asked if you want to order more, of not she wants us to settle the bill, and we are 3 hours to closing time and there was no queue.

I asked why are they chasing us off as there is no notice on time limit per table, unlike some places where you are only allowed one hour per table. The host did not reply but just walked away!

No More, NEVER again.

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• 24 Sep 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

There's better options

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This spot is geared towards a corporate account or coupon voucher. Otherwise it's very expensive: we spent $60 per person for standard fare. The senior waitress is unpleasant, reluctantly, and kept upselling to order more food. (My second experience dealing with her.) This is not a pleasant experience. Go to hai di lao next door.
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