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197 Steamboat Restaurants in Singapore

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For a truly enjoyable dining experience, you can’t beat a visit to one of Singapore’s many steamboat restaurants. Also known as hot pots, steamboats are dishes you cook yourself right at your table. First you choose your ingredients - meat, fish, tofu, seafood, vegetables and so on, which arrive ready sliced on plates. Then the waiter brings you a pot filled with water and sets it on a stove to heat. As the water boils, you add in your chosen foodstuffs to brew up a stew that gets continually thicker and tastier. It’s then spooned into small bowls and devoured with passion.

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Beauty in the Pot - 1KM Level 3

Paya Lebar
Chinese$$$$
5.2/6509
Beauty in the Pot - 1KM Level 3

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
4.9/665
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Mosque Street

Xun Wei Hotpot

Bugis
Chinese$$$$
5.0/662
Xun Wei Hotpot
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MacPherson
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Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Liang Seah Street

Bugis
Chinese$$$$
5.0/681
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King's Laksa Steamboat

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4.6/6100
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Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Balestier Road

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
4.8/642
Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Balestier Road

Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
5.0/635
Chong Qing Grilled Fish 重庆烤鱼 - Serangoon Gardens

Le Fuse Cafe

Serangoon
Chinese$$$$
5.7/69
Le Fuse Cafe

Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Rangoon Road

Farrer Park
Chinese$$$$
4.8/624
Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Rangoon Road

Yu Cun Kitchen

Chinatown
Chinese$$$$
5.0/61
Yu Cun Kitchen

Sum Yi Tai - Tapas

Tanjong Pagar
Chinese$$$$
4.7/618
Sum Yi Tai - Tapas

Uncle Leong Signatures - Waterway Point

Punggol
Chinese$$$$
4.6/624
Uncle Leong Signatures - Waterway Point

Ding Tele

Kovan
Chinese$$$$
4.9/612
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Da Long Yi Hotpot 大龙燚火锅

Orchard
Chinese$$$$
3.5/68
Da Long Yi Hotpot 大龙燚火锅

Royal Steam Seafood

Jurong East
Chinese$$$$
4.8/624
Royal Steam Seafood

Crystal Jade Palace Restaurant

Orchard
Chinese$$$$
5.3/612
Crystal Jade Palace Restaurant

Crystal Jade Golden Palace

Orchard Road
Chinese$$$$
5.3/63
Crystal Jade Golden Palace

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Raffles Place
Chinese$$$$
4.7/615
Jade

Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice - Balestier

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
5.2/620
Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice - Balestier
  1. 1.

    Steamboats - a long tradition

    Steamboats are said to have originated in China during the Tang Dynasty as a way of keeping warm in winter. Now they’re popular throughout Asia and for good reason - they’re nutritious, tasty, filling, and above all, great fun to prepare as a group. Each diner serves himself at leisure and there’s plenty of time for conversation. The soup is sinfully delicious, but it’s the communal sense of enjoyment that gives steamboat dining its unique zest. So if you’re in town with family or friends and feeling peckish, Singapore’s steamboat restaurants offer a frolicsome and filling experience.
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    The many styles of Singapore steamboat restaurants

    As a long standing Chinese tradition, steamboats are very dear to the Singaporean heart. As a result, you have a huge variety of restaurants to choose from. Most are traditional outlets serving Chinese recipes such as the popular fish-head hot pots. Singapore’s steamboat restaurants also serve local variants including the laksa steamboat which contains coconut milk. Japanese hot pots known as Nabe which feature mainly beef are also very popular. For fast, convenient dining you can visit Singapore’s chain steamboat restaurants including Coca and MK, the Thai sukiyaki chain. The latter offers Tom Yum steamboats flavoured with lemongrass and other Siamese herbs.
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    Beat the queues with Quandoo

    Singapore’s steamboat restaurants draw lively crowd keen to enjoy everything from birthdays and festivals, to after-work get-togethers and reunions. This can mean long waits to get seated, especially during lunch times, evenings, and holidays. If you’re in a rush, you could opt for a pre-cooked hot pot set meal. They’re very tasty but nowhere as near as much fun. Better still, avoid all the queues and dine at your convenience by booking your steamboat restaurants in Singapore with Quandoo!