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Singapore's Best Steamboat

Singapore's Best Steamboat

Eight steamboat spots to keep you warm on a cold, cold night – there's halal hotpot in Paya Lebar, thick Japanese collagen brew in town and a comforting seafood hotpot option in Bugis. Huddle round, Burpplers! 
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Bring your mates and an appetite to Bugis Cube for this shellfish feast. Expect nothing less than a gargantuan tray of clams, crab, lobster, mussels, prawns, scallops and scampi when you opt for their Seafood Platter ($118 for 4 pax, $198 for 6 pax). Also soaked in the addictive mala broth are black fungus, corn, quail egg and instant noodles.
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Round the fam up and impress your grandma at this spacious buffet restaurant in Tanjong Pagar. The Yuan Yang hotpot ($42 from Sun-Thurs, $52 for Friday and Saturdays) includes your choice of two broths — go for the crowd-fave Laksa, the yummy Pork Bone Collagen or the kicky Tom Yum option. Throw in some of their taupok as well as fresh seafood like white promfret, crabs and scallops. Pop by the live station for a taste of their herbal prawns that's made-to-order. End on a sweet note with some durian pengat from the dessert section.
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Jot this classy steamboat place down for your next snazzy date night. Choose from their selection of au naturale soup bases — we recommend the Wild Mushroom ($17) and Spicy Ma La ($17). Great for dousing in broths are the Handmade Fish Paste ($12), Handmade Prawn Paste ($14), the tender Premium U.S. Short Rib ($22) and the addictive Crispy Beancurd Skin Roll ($6.80). Wash it down with their herbal tea specially imported from China.
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Another formidable player in the scene is this other well-loved hotpot chain. Foolproof hotpot aside, the service here is impeccable — think manicures, screen protectors for your phone, popcorn and tea in the waiting area. Go for the tangy Tomato soup and Chicken broth ($22 for two). Ingredients-wise, order their fried bean curd skin ($10) and Kurobuta Shabu Shabu Pork ($16). If you're coming in a smaller group, note that half portions are available! Be sure to order some of their handmade noodles, specially prepared a la minute in a theatrical performance.
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This popular hot pot joint means business when it comes to all things steamy and comforting. After the extinction of their famed shark collagen broth last November, they implemented a new Beauty Collagen Broth ($20) that is still delicious but slightly more savoury, comprising of compoy, pork trotter, chicken feet, chicken and pork bones. Burppler Veronica Phua also recommends ordering the baby spinach with this. Their Spicy Nourishing Broth ($20) pairs well with their marinated meats and fried beancurd rolls that Burppler Kar Yan Yeong reccomends sticking into the broth for a maximum of three seconds to avoid sogginess!
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Look to this Jap restaurant in Plaza Singapura for a lunch date spot with mum. You are here for the Bijin Nabe ($25 per pax) which sees vegetables, seafood and chicken cooked in a thick and sweet golden Jidori chicken broth — a potent eight hour-brew where chicken bones get fully dissolved turning into a silky smooth pudding that's high in collagen. Pro-tip: come during off peak hours to avoid queuing.
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Drop by this joint in Bedok North when you're in the mood to sweat it out with your mates over a scrumptious and spicy dinner spread. Order their delectable Kaeng Som Cha Om ($18) for omelette dunked in an appetizing sour broth that's great for mixing in with vegetables. Complete the spread with the silky Cold Tofu with Thai Seafood Sauce ($16), Spicy Wings with Deep Fried Lemongrass ($10) and Deep Fried Pork Collar ($12).
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Mark this industrial-chic space down for group dinners in the East. Order the four-tiered Pagoda Steamboat in Supreme (from $35.90) and expect an all-in-one steamboat that allows you to steam, barbecue and boil all at once. Choose two soup bases from their selection of homemade broths, including chicken, tom yum, mala, tomato & herbal tonic. Be sure to select the cheese dip (refillable at $3.90) that's excellent for dipping in the freeflow buffet spread of fresh seafood, marinated meats as well as veggies. Also included are free flow desserts and drinks!
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