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1382 Serangoon Road
Singapore 328254

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Wednesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Flavoured with yam, lettuce and spinach for sweetness, the soup is boiled with charcoal and was brimming with chunks of fresh fish!
Although I'm not a huge fan of fish, this steamboat appealed much to me with its flavourful broth and fresh meat!

We also ordered the prawn omelette, hong shao tofu, pork rib, and our ultimate favourite - crispy fried chicken 😍 It was fingerlicking good and left us craving for more!

Although the place was packed with people and it was a crammed dining spot, the quality of the food totally won us over and we left the place with satisfied bellies 😍

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 9.5 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 7 ants

You have heard of sambal prawns, sambal stingray , sambal goreng but have you heard of sambal toufu?

Extremely addictive - it’s tastes very much like chilli crab sauce . Each morsel of soft egg toufu is covered and drenched in this sambal egg sauce .

Be prepared to wolf down a huge bowl of rice with this very unique dish .

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Tian wai Tian at opal crescent is the only place that I would go for a fresh fish steamboat.

Full of Chunky fresh fish , yam slices , sweet cabbage and baby spinach and a rich underlying flat dry sole fish flavour 😊. And you don’t get thirsty after drinking the soup - this tells very much about how much work has gone into making the soup stock taste so good 🤗

Perfect for a rainy weather .

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We came as 3 pax and auntie recommended a medium sized pot (said a small one feeds 2). Don’t come here for the service. The soup is much flavoured with long boiling of what tastes like hei-bi (dried shrimps) and maybe bones [edit: internet says they used Chicken Feet for its broth] I’d prefer if the fish isn’t deep-fried though... [edit: they fry fish head, so if you want white meat make sure you let them know!] Not sure, but I felt somewhat thirsty after the steamboat...

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Good mix of fish head (pomfret), yam! and lots of veggie mix (cabbage and spinach). However the bony fish head is not to my liking. The soup was also on the saltier end, though I must say it is a comforting taste. The best part of this meal is the crisp ngoh hiang not in picture. Paired with either the sour plum or lime chilli sauce, it is a rewarding treat that completes the meal. ($30 for 4)

Have been visiting this place with my family since I was young👧🏻 The soup derives its sweetness from the pomfret, seaweed, yam, vegetables and flat fish simmering in the steamboat. The kang kong and ngoh hiang are just as good and are definitely stars of the show in their own rights👏🏻

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