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Situated just along from the heart of Singapore’s Little India, there are plenty of temples in the area – Sri Srinivasa Perumal is just across Racecourse Road – but this is a different kind of temple on Owen Road, a classic Chinese steamboat restaurant called Nan Hwa Fishboat. Established in 1927, this Farrer Park icon is perhaps the most respected eatery in Singapore for authentic brothy goodness. Nan Hwa Fishboat is famous, but for the uninitiated their fishboat is a rich broth brewed slowly over charcoal, into which the freshest Chinese pomfret, red snapper and grouper are lowered and cooked to tender perfection. You won’t find a better exponent in Singapore of traditional Chinese hotpot, so nab a table as soon as you get the chance!
Staffs are friendly and efficient there. Food is nice and worth the money especially the fish head stramboat and braised sea cucumber with mushroom. Will definitely return for next round.
Very nice and affordable fishhead steamboat. The champagne pork ribs, four heavenly king is good. Oyster omelette is normal and the braised tofu is normal
Staff are polite and food are served fast. Restaurant looks clean and spacious. Food are fresh. Staff offered to TOP up soup without being asked. Drink are priced reasonably.
Excellent and easy to use Efficient and quick booking system Highly recommended for everyone to use I will definitely use the service again and recommend it to my friends
Airconditioned, not overcrowded. Food is acceptable but the price for the steamboat is not very value for money, $48 for a medium size but the quantity of the fish meat is not justifiable. Don't feel thirsty after eating, so maybe no msg added.
The food is a bit bland. The soup base is thin. It The promfet is fresh. The champagne pork ribs are tender. It is packed on weekend evening. So have to wait a while even though reservation has been made.
We chose the red snapper n small size $28 just nice for three of us。the soup is fantastic, but the three eggs spinach n samba cuttlefish so si
Unfortunately, the food was not that good. The fish was a little tough and soup very bland. Also, serving size was small and waitress was not helpful in determining size of each dish appropriate to our group; claims she's not sure of each size.
Fish boat signature dish and oyster omelet were good. Soup can be refilled. Fish and the oysters are very fresh. Other dishes are normal. Overall experience was good. Generally better service than expected.
Unfortunately the Dragon fish is not longer served in the menu. Pumpkin prawn was excellent, toufu Crispy and nice. Porkchop not as good as my expectation.