The Seasons - Coconut Chicken Steamboat is not only a unique Singapore dining experience, it’s a healthy one, too. At this fantastic little restaurant in Holland Village you can expect Chinese cuisine that’s been steamed to perfection using a coconut steamboat. Simply put, that means every dish is enriched with wonderful coconutty goodness. You can find The Seasons - Coconut Chicken Steamboat nestled on Holland Avenue and, believe us, it’s one you’ll be glad you didn’t miss. Reserve a table now!
In the heart of Singapore’s Holland Village, The Seasons - Coconut Chicken Steamboat is a Chinese steamboat restaurant with health in mind. Food is steamed using coconut water as the soup base, thus enhancing the flavour of your food whilst also proving all those skin-loving, extra-hydrating qualities that coconuts are so well-loved for. On Holland Avenue, The Seasons - Coconut Chicken Steamboat is intimate, dimly lit and contemporary, making it a great spot for cocktails as well as fine Chinese-inspired food.
Diners of Singapore can look forward to signature dishes in the way of bamboo fungus coconut chicken pot, lapmei rice, sweet and sour pork ribs that are something pretty special, as well as curious grapefruit shochu. Quality is of the utmost importance at The Seasons, meaning all dishes are prepared using premium ingredients to deliver some of the freshest Chinese tastes in all of Holland Village.
My favorite restaurant. Food is very delicious and high quality. It is also value for money. All my friends rate very high for this restaurant.
The coconut chicken broth and the preserved meat rice are the must-try, the coconut aroma enhanced the chiken taste. The rice is not full of soy sauce , instead the rice really absorbed the meat's complex flavour. They also serve alcohol.
The service and food offerings were excellent . Ordered the set and it served quite a good portion. Would strongly recommend to order more chicken as it is much better than their seafood . Staffs were friendly and helpful with my first time experience .
very friendly & attentive staff. The mushroom and veggies are very fresh. Apart from the classic chicken soup, i also recommend the sweet potato cheese balls.
For my birthday I decided to go for a steamboat lunch with my mom, sister and my 2.5 year-old niece. I was recommended this steamboat restaurant for its light but tasty coconut chicken soup and fresh ingredients. It was a good decision. The coconut chicken soup was surprisingly delicious with the use of coconut water, herbs and kampong chicken. We ordered Wagyu beef slices, a seafood platter with scallops, abalone, prawns, mussels as well as a vegetable platter. The portion was generous and the ingredients were all very fresh and good quality. We enjoyed the food and were impressed. I'll definitely visit again!
Despite the shop name, the basic steamboat stock is just coconut water. The friendly staff will encourage you to top up the order with Nourishing Coconut Chicken Pot (half chicken slices) at S$26.80. Unlike the other steamboat shops, refilling the broth is chargeable and they will inform when placing the orders. Overall the food and service is good. The meat and vegetable selections are adequate unless you are a very picky eater. Good for couples, small family and group gatherings.
Bought the q00 coupon but was still a Super expensive meal. However I think it's still worth it if you are craving for steamboat but want to eat clean at the same time. Really love the coconut soup base. Unlike the rest of the steamboat places - the soup here doesn't leave a bad aftertaste after your meal. Service was also good.
Very extraordinary steamboat experience with a unique sauce with sand ginger giving it a herbal taste. Overall the service was friendly and the food was fresh. The restaurant did not serve wine but does charge a $30 corkage if you bring your own.
Very special steamboat concept. Overall food is fresh and tasty. Love the industrial restaurant design. A new dining spot in Holland Village that you would not want to miss! Will surely return!
The taste of the soup is nice and the place is clean. Please note that you will need to pay 5 dollars when you are requesting to top up the coconut soup base (shouldn't be the case as most shop will do top up of soup for free).