Singapore’s Hainan Street Steamboat serves up delicious, authentic Chinese steamboats and more in the bustling Chinatown Point mall. The focus here is on fresh food, with ingredients that are as flavourful as they are varied – so you’re certain to find something you’ve never tried at this restaurant on Chinatown’s New Bridge Road. Hainan Street Steamboat is ideal for communal dining, with options for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. Served in a Hainanese style, the food at Hainan Street Steamboat is popular with diners looking for a taste of home as well as those who want to mix up their dining routine. Don’t just take our word for it, though. Get over to Hainan Street Steamboat as soon as you can!
Hainan Street Steamboat is where to go when you want Chinese steamboat done right. This restaurant in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown serves dishes such as abalone, satay chicken and everything in between. It’s the perfect spot to visit after a day browsing the shops of Chinatown Point Mall. Ideal for groups big and small, dining at Hainan Street Steamboat is a fun, communal experience that’s best enjoyed with a group of friends or family.
Get ready to slurp down some of the tastiest broths in town at Hainan Street Steamboat in Chinatown. Unlike the heavier hotpot varieties on the island, the soup at this Singapore restaurant is light and fresh, but you’ll still have plenty of opportunity to spice it up with the restaurant’s different chilli sauces. Hainan Street Steamboat showcases the Singapore’s multicultural landscape by providing dishes inspired by the cuisines of the city-state’s inhabitants. Prepare your taste buds for an unforgettable journey through Asia at this beloved hotpot restaurant. There’s something for everyone here, just make sure you reserve your spot in time!
very fresh ingredients, soup base were awesome, service were great, will go back again~ service staffs were efficient too, they will look at the amount of soup left and they will top it up for us!!
Good value lunch promo. Authentic Hainanese Cuisine of chicken rice and steamboat combo in a air con restaurant is needed in our steaming hot weather. Lunch crowd builds up quite well on a Monday afternoon. Seems to have shortage of staff as only 3 service staff running a fairly big restaurant. Nonetheless service was timely. Will visit again.
- given a nice quiet corner - staff friendly, esp great Kopi made by their staff, Michael Soh 👍🏻 - service good & food nice
Good place for gatherings and reunions! Friendly service. Food is fresh and appetizing. And yah the chilli is awesome :D Pleasant dining experience. Kids enjoyed it too! Another plus, Didn't have to queue cos I made reservation through Quandoo. Was shown to our table right away.
For the price paid for the buffet dinner, I can get more varieties of food at another hotpot buffet place. During peak hour, it’s hard to get the server to take order even when they acknowledged that they will come over, they tend to forget it after. Only managed to hijacked a server after 4th/5th attempts while she’s serving the table next to us and I have to stop her telling her that I have requested to take order earlier and she did not come back to me. But I have to say the marinated chicken there was quite tender.
Something to note if you are going with big group (6 to 10 pax). Big round table, with a single big pot in the middle. You could have a good stretch after the meal. Pros and cons, up to your preference.
Mid-way through our dinner, the hanging lights above our table starting leaking and the water entered the hotpot. This spoilt our entire experience although the staff tried to do service recovery by moving us to another table and replacing our hotpot.
Steamboat set was pricey for the small portion of food but the soup was good. Chicken rice was too salty. Their pork chop was very thinly sliced and too dry. Satay was alright. Lots of room for improvement.
The waitress is friendly and helpful. I love the chicken rice and satay. Their prawns are fresh and prompt in their serving. I will go back again.
The food was nice, authentic hainanese dishes. Food portion is a bit too little to share for the price we pay. Overall a pleasant meal there