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The Boiler Louisiana Seafood & Beer

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The Boiler is a Southern American-inspired restaurant that serves up fresh seafood in Cajun style known as Seafood Boil. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.

Tue - Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Tue - Thu: 17:00 - 22:30

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 23:00

Sun: 17:00 - 22:30

Eve of PH: 5pm - 11pm

Closed: Mon

+65 81638017
$50 based on 28 submissions
After Work (13 votes), Boys Night Out (12 votes), Birthdays (11 votes)
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On 26th of April, come across the promotion and decided to give this restaurant a go. Managed to get a table of 10 person through the help of the friendly staff whom advised us to turn up at 5.30pm sharply as booking was full ! ( We actually would like a table at 6pm )
 With excitement, we turn up at the restaurant where we are greeted with a team of helpful and friendly staff. But the place was not packed as we expected and surprisingly we are the 3rd group of dine in customers. It was a quiet start with us having the full attention from the team.
 We order 2 Bombiggity bag which comes with a free lobster, 2 fish and chips, Potato scoops and mid joint wings. The waitress make special arrangement for the kids with all the sweet corn cooked in the garlic butter instead of the " Medium Works ".
 The serving was served in no time ( while the restaurant was still half full by this time which was way passed 6pm, thus my puzzlement of why I was denied for the 6pm booking ). We digged in the piping hot Fish and Chips and were welcomed by its crispy and tenderness on the first bites. The wings were also fried to the right texture with juice oozing out to capture our sweet sense. The " Medium work " was of the right spice with all the freshness from the seafood. But the " Garlic Butter " was a disappointment as the butter was too overwhelming and couldn't handle it after the 3rd helping.
 As a large group, we have difficulty in sharing the foods especially when we have 2 different bags, and that makes it a big challenge especially with the kids. Perhaps, we should have asked to splits the bags into 4 so that each side would be able to try the 2 sauce at the same times. 
We left with a full stomach but not with a strong satisfactionary feeling.

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  • Fish & Chips8 votes
  • Live Lobster in Garlic Butter sauce8 votes
  • Boiler Lemonade6 votes
  • Boiler Duo Bag4 votes
  • Louisiana Spicy Mid Joint Wings3 votes
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• 02 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Celebration was ruined by lukewarm/stone cold Bombdiggity bag

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My boyfriend and I were at The Boiler today for a celebration and ordered a Bombdiggity bag in Garlic butter to share between the 2 of us.

We were really excited because we'd heard numerous rave reviews about The Boiler. So when the bag came, we found the seafood to be lukewarm but still decided to give it a chance considering all the good reviews. However, when we bit into the corn, the inside was stone cold! :( We had the server send it back to the kitchen for re-warming, but when the bag came back to us, the corn was even colder (somehow) and we had to send it back again :( :( By then, our celebratory mood had turned into disappointment due to all the activity with the food.

The server was nice enough to separate the corn for cooking on its own, but it's not acceptable that this happened at such a highly-raved restaurant. Warming food up properly should be a minimum requirement at a restaurant right? The servers were really nice about trying to help solve the issue, but it would have been nice for somebody to explain/assure us about what had gone wrong.

Overall, super upset that our long awaited celebration was ruined and a meal that cost the two of us ~$190 turned out to be so disappointing. Even though the manager offered us a goodwill $30 return voucher, considering the price point and our extremely disappointing experience, I don't think I'll be going back anytime soon.
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• 27 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lavish Family gathering

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On 26th of April, come across the promotion and decided to give this restaurant a go. Managed to get a table of 10 person through the help of the friendly staff whom advised us to turn up at 5.30pm sharply as booking was full ! ( We actually would like a table at 6pm )
 With excitement, we turn up at the restaurant where we are greeted with a team of helpful and friendly staff. But the place was not packed as we expected and surprisingly we are the 3rd group of dine in customers. It was a quiet start with us having the full attention from the team.
 We order 2 Bombiggity bag which comes with a free lobster, 2 fish and chips, Potato scoops and mid joint wings. The waitress make special arrangement for the kids with all the sweet corn cooked in the garlic butter instead of the " Medium Works ".
 The serving was served in no time ( while the restaurant was still half full by this time which was way passed 6pm, thus my puzzlement of why I was denied for the 6pm booking ). We digged in the piping hot Fish and Chips and were welcomed by its crispy and tenderness on the first bites. The wings were also fried to the right texture with juice oozing out to capture our sweet sense. The " Medium work " was of the right spice with all the freshness from the seafood. But the " Garlic Butter " was a disappointment as the butter was too overwhelming and couldn't handle it after the 3rd helping.
 As a large group, we have difficulty in sharing the foods especially when we have 2 different bags, and that makes it a big challenge especially with the kids. Perhaps, we should have asked to splits the bags into 4 so that each side would be able to try the 2 sauce at the same times. 
We left with a full stomach but not with a strong satisfactionary feeling.
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• 16 Apr 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Awesome Seafood Boil And Good Dining Experience!

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My last meal here was some time ago and I came across this great promotion, where you can get a free lobster if you book online via hungrygowhere. The deal is that you have to book online, order The Boiler Bombiggity Bag and you will get a Free Boston Lobster!   I rounded two colleagues and we came here for dinner.   Eating here is unique, cos you eat with your hands and just throw the seafood shells on the table. They do provide the crab/ lobster cracker to help you crack through the shells of the crustaceans.   The staff came to put on bibs/ aprons over your clothes to prevent accidental stains of your clothing while eating.   We ordered The Boiler Lemonade, whch has a bottle of Vitagen in it. Its nice and refreshing.   Here are the highlights of the meal: - Boiler’s Bombiggity Bag: This was a combo bag with all their seafood offerings. It had Dungeness (Brown) crab, prawns, mussels, clams, sausages, corn and came with deep fried buns (Mantou).   We had this done ‘The Works’ – Medium spicy. Its hot, and 5 minutes diving into the meal, I was perspiring. I could feel the sweat beads forming from the top of the head.   The crabs were meaty and cut up so the gravy covers every available surface and makes the seafood flavourful. It’s fresh! Prawns were good-sized and also fresh. My friend loved it! Lots of clams and mussels in it too.   - Whole Boston Lobster in Garlic Butter Sauce: The lobster was a decent sized and more than enough for the 3 of us to eat. The lobster was fresh and meaty. The garlic butter sauce was also good.   - Southern Chicks & Waffles: We added this to your order, as my colleague had this before and she liked it. You get 4 quartered thin crispy waffles with a piece of deep-fried chicken breast with a toothpick holding them together.Its drizzled with maple syrup. Given the name, I think it’s a dish from Southern America. Its good. The waffles are crispy and the chicken is moist and tender.   It was a good meal, and we did have tasty fingers, after all dipping into the seafood and eating with our hands.   Do go before the end of the month to enjoy this promotion!   Recommended!
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