The place gives you a traditional mookata experience by using charcoal. Be wary that you will reek of barbecue after your meal! Choose the outdoors if possible, we sat indoors which didn't have much aircon. Meat here were all well marinated and the soup was light. Thai milk tea was rather diluted. The platter for 2 shown here cost $39.90 nett. Add on some Tom yum Maggie Mee, mix in the egg and viola, you have a delicious (albeit overpriced) steamboat. Maybe I'm just not a fan of mookata, as I won't be proclaiming 太好吃 just yet. The place also sells some dishes like seafood white beehoon from Monday to Thursday.