87 Beach Road
#01-02 Chye Sing Building
Singapore 189695

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12:30pm - 01:00am

12:30pm - 01:00am

12:30pm - 01:00am

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💡: super surprised by the buffet options! marinated in so many different flavors and the seafood options is crazy! all at $28.80++ for mon to thu, $32.80++ for fri to sun! really worth it for gatherings 💗
📍: 87 Beach Road # 01-02, Chye Sing Building, Singapore 189695
(Nearest MRT: Bugis)
💰: soup base need to add on Single Pot S$6, Twin Pot S$10. Dining Limit is comfortable at 90 mins for 3 pax and below, 120 mins for 4 pax and above.

On top of crazy range of seafood, the meat and veg are all amazingly displayed like hotel style, there is also fried mantou, chilled chinese desserts and ice cream too👍

6 soup base to choose from: Spicy Mala, Nutritious Mushroom, Secret Recipe Pork Bone, Thai Tom Yum, Healthy Tomato, and Herbal Nourishing.

Recommend to make reservations as they filled up pretty fast by their regulars😉✨

I’m a sucker for all you can eat BBQ & Hotpot buffets, so it comes as no surprise that Chong Qing Steamboat & BBQ is my kinda pot dealer. At $32.80++ for a weekend all you can eat buffet, you can stuff yourself silly on stellar seafood such as Chong Qing’s signature chili, garlic & vermicelli scallops, or their garlic mussels, or their chili oil clams in a little tinfoil bowl. Alternatively, you can kick off #bulkingseason with a bang & max out your protein intake on their marinated beef or pork cubes, a plethora of pork cuts from black pepper pork chops, to spicy pork ribs & cumin pork belly, a bevy of beef, and spicy chicken wings that were low key underrated.

The Google reviews for Chong Qing Steamboat Bar were pretty brutal, and I went in with tempered expectations. However, I found that quite a few of them were unnecessarily harsh after sampling Chong Qing’s seafood offerings for myself. The main complaint was that the seafood wasn’t fresh and it had been left out for too long. Granted, it’s a buffet where you help yourself to the food so you can cook it to your own preference, but the seafood on Sunday night was moving mad fast.

My personal favourite, the chili garlic & vermicelli scallops, were quite fresh, retaining a subtle sweetness without any offensive fishy odour that would indicate a lack of freshness, and it was delicious. The garlic prawns were a little flawed in their execution due to the garlic falling right off the prawns when getting grilled, but there’s no denying that the prawns were still acceptably fresh with the texture to prove it. The mussels fared just as well as the stellar scallops, although they could do with a little more chili oil on them.⠀

The clams in the chili garlic oil was probably the freshest seafood on offer. Pop the little tinfoil bowl over the grill and watch it bubble, then enjoy the sweet little clams with the chili oil & garlic. Yes, all of the clams popped open, not a single one stayed closed. The plain prawns were just as fresh as their garlic coated counterparts, and performed the best when boiled in the spicy mala soup.

Just to keep your stomach plumbing moving smoothly, grab some veg & load it into your bubbling hotpot broth. Protip: put corn into your broth and let it boil indefinitely for better soup. The herbal broth was loaded with strong, heady aromas of the various Chinese medicinal herbs that had been boiled into the chicken stock base, while the mala was plenty vicious to satisfy you hotheads out there.

Thank you for the generous hospitality, Chong Qing Steamboat Bar, and @theprsalon!

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Get spoilt for choice whether meat, seafood or vegetables at Chong Qing Steamboat Bar. You can also choose between Steamboat or BBQ, and we are so glad to know that we can have BOTH! 😂

Just walking distance from Bugis MRT, this bbq-steamboat restaurant serves a wide variety of ingredients in a nice eye-catching modern interior design suitable for families and friends gathering. My friends love the sliced pork belly, spicy beef and the meat dishes which you can grill on the BBQ.

For steamboat, you can choose from 7 soup bases (Collagen, Herbal, Mala, Tom Yum, Tomato, Mushroom and Pork Bone). This time we had Mala and Herbal Nourishing Soup. The Mala is not too spicy, but does have a kick when you cook your ingredients.

What I loved was the extensive seafood selection too (think prawns, marinated clams & mussels) so it's not too boring.

The sweet part, leave some space for some delicious and healthy dessert/fruits afterwards and you eat your money's worth!

📌Chong Qing Steamboat & BBQ Buffet 火锅烤肉自由

Mondays to Thursdays: S$28.80++
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & Public
Holidays: S$32.80++
Kids: S$19.80++

📍Chongqing Steamboat Bar 重庆正宗火锅
87 Beach Road
#01-02 Chye Sing Building Singapore 189695

Mondays to Sundays: 11am to 3am +65 6016 0815

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Just about 5 mins walk away from Bugis MRT Station, Chongqing Steamboat Bar offers All-You-Can-Eat BBQ & Hotpot Buffet that’s surprisingly good for its price point!

2-in-1 Buffet Pricing:
👉SGD28.80++ from Mon-Thu
👉SGD32.80++ from Fri-Sun & PH
👉SGD19.80++ for kids (90-130cm)
👉FOC for kids below 90cm
Note: Soup bases & drinks not included

I must say there’s a good variety of quality meats, fresh seafood, vegetables and hotpot ingredients to indulge in. Garlic lovers like myself will definitely enjoy this buffet even more! And lastly, remember to grab a mini cup of ice-cream to end your meal on a sweet note.

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📍Chongqing Steamboat Bar
Chye Sing Building
87 Beach Rd 01-02, S189695
☎️6016 0815 for reservations

Mala Tang with rice ($5.50):
Ingredients are quite fresh. Mala broth could be saltier, as it lacks the balance. Picked vegetables, fungus, pork and mutton and cost only $5. This place does not charge by weight, but by plate and probably the type of ingredients you pick.

china style dipping sauce (sesame oil, garlic, salt, MSG, oyster sauce, chilies, coriander)