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Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant (锦记海鲜火锅)

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不好吃,不收钱。(Satisfaction guaranteed, or no charge) Now, wouldn't you like to check out just how good is the restaurant that can stake such a claim?

 

Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant started from humble beginnings. The Owner who is a teochew is very particular about freshness and quality of his ingredients. In order maintain the freshness of his food, he sources locally and overseas to bring in the best fresh foods available.

 

Nestled along Joo Chiat Road, the Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant offers only the freshest meats and seafood cooked in their signature soup stock brewed from shark bone and chock full of vegetables and other goodies, while containing no MSG, making it good enough to drink on its own.

 

Choose from a range of ingredients including US Prime beef as well as in-house handmade wanton, dumplings, meat balls,fish balls and squid balls prepared in-house to the chef's special recipes which contains no flour compared to most establishments. The house specialty, Fish Kway Teow, is also a must try, promising to tingle your taste buds and have you coming back for seconds. Another item would be their superior fish maw which is selected from one of the best grade around many Indonesian islands.

 

If you still have room left after the steamboat, you can select side dishes from the menu, including the Crispy Fried Pork Knuckles, Egg Plant with Floss, Scallop Mushrooms and many more!

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 17:00 - 23:00

+65 63488924
$34 based on 31 submissions
Dinner (14 votes), Children/Family (13 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (7 votes)
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BOB- best of the best

this is the best steamboat I ever try..fresh n taste good. no regret of eating n paying.

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  • Steamboat7 votes
  • Hand made fish ball5 votes
  • pork knuckle5 votes
  • squid paste5 votes
  • Handmade Meatballs4 votes
  • fish guo tiao4 votes
  • Pomfret3 votes
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• 20 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

BOB- best of the best

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this is the best steamboat I ever try..fresh n taste good. no regret of eating n paying.
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• 01 Jul 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Exceptional hot pot but bad experience with the owner

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I am a regular here. The dishes here are of standard and the ingredients are fresh. The service stuff are friendly and efficient. However, do not let your female friends make the reservations. I left my number to make a reservation before and the owner of this establisment has been making nuisence calls and SMSes to me. I have no recourse besides to stop patronising this eatery. Thus the advice is to enjoy the food and be careful when dishing out numbers.
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• 23 Dec 2012 • 37 reviews • 11 followers

Excellent teochew steamboat

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Excellent steamboat at affordable price. The seafood is really fresh, especially the pomfret ($35) and prawns ($20). Handmade meat balls and fish kwey teow is delicious as well. No MSG and GST!
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  • excellent seafood.

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