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Thien Kee Steamboat Restaurant (黄金端记餐室)

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This well-loved Hainanese restaurant is popular for its traditional steamboat and chicken rice. The steamboat sets are all fairly standard and the cooked food is complemented by the chilli sauce.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62935910
$22 based on 35 submissions
Children/Family (10 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (9 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (9 votes)
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Hearty steamboat and chicken rice

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We had Hainanese Chicken Rice as well as the Steamboat set.

The white chicken was tender and juicy. It went very well with the sour chicken rice chili.

The steamboat food items were very fresh and the soup base was sweet and clear. I loved dipping all the food items into the sour chicken rice chili and throwing them into my mouth with a spoonful of fragrant chicken rice. Perfect!


The HGW community like this place for...

  • Chicken rice6 votes
  • Steam Boat5 votes
  • Chilli Sauce2 votes
  • hainanese white chicken2 votes
  • flavoured ginger rice1 vote
  • hainanese pork chops1 vote
  • roast pork1 vote
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• 07 Jan 2015 • 175 reviews • 5 followers

Hearty steamboat and chicken rice

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For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat

We had Hainanese Chicken Rice as well as the Steamboat set.

The white chicken was tender and juicy. It went very well with the sour chicken rice chili.

The steamboat food items were very fresh and the soup base was sweet and clear. I loved dipping all the food items into the sour chicken rice chili and throwing them into my mouth with a spoonful of fragrant chicken rice. Perfect!


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• 30 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst steamboat place

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Too little ingredients and super overpriced. Seriously d*** pathetic.. People shouldn't even go there and eat, there are many more better steamboat places to eat than this place. I am shocked that there is still even business here.
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• 25 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The food itself costs around $70 dollars but the ingredient isn't worth it ! The service is terrible ! I have not started eating yet they ask me to settle the bill ! I'm really disappointed in them ! I expected better results from them, but it was such a disappointment .. I don't support anyone to dine here! Having to eat something which cost around $70
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  • GOLDEN MILE THIEN KEE STEAMBOAT

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