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電話號碼
6289 8516
營業時間
今日營業
12:00 - 00:00
星期一至日
12:00 - 00:00
付款方式
Visa Master 現金 NETS
其他資料
親子餐廳
露天/室外座位
深夜營業
招牌菜
Cereal Prawn Coffee Pork Rib Fish Head Steamboat Fried Baby Squid
食評 (2)
等級2 2014-07-28
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Was surprised ; there are not much review on this Teochew charcoal steamboat restaurant . Decided to try last night - 27/7/2014.Overall soup based is good n we ordered grouper for 2 pax along with 3 other dishes. Soup is rich but grouper meat are minimal. However it compliment by the  amount vegetables & yam. We has prawn fritters; prawn paste chicken wings and potato leaves in sambal sauces. The prawn fritters are made with good yam & prawn paste. The chicken wings are however lost it's crispness after left cool which can be improved.The potato leaves dish are ordered in medium size -10 dollars and has that crunchiness which indicate the vegetables are freshTop up with pot of good chrysanthemum tea .The overall price Steamboat - $33 for 2 pax3 dishes - around $35Rice n crysanthemum tea - $4Worth going back if you are in kovan area  繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2013-08-15
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This outlet is spelled with an "I" as in "Chiang" and not the usual "Chang" we see. Located along the shop house at jln lim tua tow road, this place is definitely a steamboat specialist with tables modified so that your charcoal filled pot is placed in a modified holder so that your soup can be reached at a more ergonomically friendly angle. Seating wise , there is a mixture of round tables and rectangular ones, with 2 outdoor tables. Its not exactly an air con placed but there are a few coolers near to the kitchen entrance area. From the menu we can tell the prices has gradually went out, what used to be sold at $18 for small pot is now sold at the former 3-4pax share of $25 i.e. minimum $25 for small pot for red snapper fish. For grouper, pomfret its $30 for small pot and $20 for song fish. I ordered the safe option of red snapper with 2 drinks (longan winter melon juice). The drinks were a disappointment with no longan and winter melon seen and with lots of ice. It took quite a while, nearly 18 minutes for the soup to arrive, though there were only 1 other table and they were already eating. Looks pretty standard but i do see both lettuce and xiao bai chye added. First taste of the soup i felt more vege taste than fish, kind of different from whampoa keng but still nice though. Fish meat, which was lightly fried before hand, was nicely sized and not too small but more importantly i feel the qty of fish given is not too bad, really sufficient for 1-2pax. It also has the usual yam and the usual big fried anchovies for flavoring. The soup as its slowed cooked by the charcoal stove slowly gained its flavor with the ingredients, the heavy vege taste is now mixed well with the rest. It was sweet and good, perfect to go with my bowl of plain white rice (60 cents)Auntie, who looks like the boss, though dun seem to be friendly at first, did helped to put a plate below to tilt the pot for easier scooping of the remaining 1/4 of soup, nice touch there. But the soup was so nice that i had to tilt it even further to finish the very last scoop. Anyway condiments wise, we tried all the available chilli and recommendation is to stick with the chilli padi and light soy sauce. Total bill was $25 for fish pot, $0.60 for rice and $3 for 2 drinks, no gst and service charge. And you can pay by NETs. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)