Hualong Fishhead Steamboat

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Hualong Fishhead Steamboat @ i Coffee Shop Creating a memorable dining experience just for you !

347 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
Singapore 560347

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04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

04:30pm - 11:00pm

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Love the white beehoon here, really tasty and not too salty!

Super long since I had my fishhead steamboat 🌝 Surcharge cuz of CNY period, but cannot rmb the exact charge😂 And the soup was surprisingly salty that day I have no idea why!!! CRI
• Charcoal Fish Head Steamboat Red Grouper - Small ($28.80 + surcharge)


And of course mummy and daddy always ordering satay & otah from the auntie at the side of the kopitiam — that I finally had a chance to snap a photo of before they start eating😂 P.s Mummy approves of the fried rice from hualong too! But i didnt get the name nor proce oops
• Charcoal Fish Head Steamboat Red Grouper - Small ($28.80)

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Slightly disappointed as I was expecting more, or probably cuz I ordered grouper instead of my usual pomfret to go with the Teochew steaming style🤷🏻‍♀️ Nevertheless, fish was still fresh but would definitely recommend pomfret to go with this cooking style otherwise just stick to their signature fishhead steamboat!! 💁🏻‍♀️
• Teochew Style Steamed Grouper ($45)

Their stir fried bee Hoon and fish head steamboat were above average.
Wok Hei found in the bee Hoon and squeeze of lime multiplied its tastiness.
The fish head broth had a hint of Chinese herb and spices which made its sweetness pretty unique. Remember to remove the fish earlier from the hot pot to prevent them from overcooking.
For the full course ⬇️

Have eaten 3 fish head steamboat so far, this has been the least liked. 6/10. With the channel 8 advertisement and thought we could expect more.

1. Unripe tomatoes
Perhaps if you like your soup slightly sour this may be for you. It has unripe tomatoes in its base.
2. Charcoal hardly existed
Very little charcoal, no charcoal smell or taste in the soup, it seemed to have been placed for the sake of calling it a charcoal steamboat.
3. Overcooked fish
This had the worst texture because it was overcooked and when you've eaten enough fish you'd know from the moment your fangs sink in.
4. Not heartening for veggie lovers
It seemed more of a dumping ground then a brilliant wholehearted creation.
Overall, if you come with expectations because this place has good reviews you'd be gravely disappointed. But if you stayed nearby and just came by while really hungry this would be -ok-

Worst sweet potato leaves I've had in the world. China did it better. Taipei did it better. Khatib has one of the best I've tried. Even whampoa fish head steamboat (in previous post) had better sweet potato leaves. The pour plant was pained and finally died unappreciated. 1/10

Hot plate tou fu was not bad but more of a Malay and Chinese fusion cuisine. Not my favourite. 6/10

Total price of all dishes: S$48
(Cheapest in dollars but most costly because of wasted calories)