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I'm back but I skipped the signature fried fish. Fish belly is premium and I liked the fleshy flesh, but the fatty collagen part can be off-putting when cooked this way. Queues have developed, unlike when it first moved here.

A premium dish but good lah. Unique pasta, enjoyable garlic cream sauce and just overall a very refined meal. They convinced me they're not run-of-the-mill.

Last hurrah with them before closure. Unfortunately this signature did not live up to its reputation. I thought three slabs of meat and special cheese justified the higher price, but they're small and simple, and the latter only offered visuals, nothing for the taste. Worse, the baby potatoes were lousy and the house braised sauce was negligible.

Last hurrah with them before closure. This signature was really good. The sensational crabmeat paired with fragrant croissant. The truffle shoestring fries were also superb.

Recently, my friend and I indulged in a weekend high tea buffet serving Peranakan cuisine, and we left feeling happily full.

From the atmosphere and costs to the food, every aspect was justifiable. It was the most valuable buffet compared to their normal weekday and weekend buffets, as it was the cheapest of the three and served almost all the dishes.

The buffet featured finger foods like DIY Kueh Pie Tee, allowing you to make your own pie tee with a mountainous topping. Another unique item was Chempedak Fritter, a fruit fritter tasting similar to jackfruit. They also offered standard dim sum items.

The mains included Nonya Mee Siam, Laksa, Nasi Lemak, and sides like Fried Chicken Wings, Babi Ponteh Kong Bak Pau, Sambal Telor, and Sambal Lady's Finger. I particularly enjoyed the Fried Chicken Wings; the marination was deep, and the wings were fried to a perfect golden brown, with an aroma that lingered from the meat to the bone. They were so good that I had quite a large plate of them. The Laksa was another pleasing dish, with its smooth, creamy, and coconutty curry complemented by dried shrimp chili, making it a wonderfully fragrant and slurpy delight. Unfortunately, the Babi Ponteh was a tad salty and the meat wasn't tender enough, and the Mee Siam was also somewhat salty.

For desserts, I tried some Kueh, which were quite normal to me, but I'm not a fan of Kueh, so I can't comment much. The Pulut Hitam was rich, thick, and creamy but tasted slightly burnt, possibly due to inconsistent stirring. Chilled Soya Beancurd and Lemongrass Jelly with Aloe Vera were pure bliss. The watermelon was sweet and juicy. They also offered Mingo Ice Cream. Coffee, tea, and cold drinks of the day were included in the buffet.

Pricing:
Weekday Buffet
Lunch (Mon - Fri) (11.15am - 3pm)
Dinner (Fri) (6pm - 9.30pm)
Adult/Senior Citizen/Child: $28.80++/$26.80++/$16.80++

Weekend Buffet
Lunch (Sat, Sun & PH) (11.15am - 3pm)
Dinner (Sat, Sun & PH) (6pm - 9.30pm)
Adult/Senior Citizen/Child: $32.80++/$29.80++/$17.80++

Weekend High Tea Buffet (Sat, Sun & PH) (3pm - 5.30pm)
Adult/Senior Citizen/Child: $22.80++/$20.80++/$14.80++

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[Toa Payoh, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Coffee Shop]
[Halal]

Check out the Steamboat Charcoal Claypot Prawn which is located in Toa Payoh industrial area. This place is the first to offer Halal charcoal claypot prawn in Singapore 🇸🇬 ! Don’t forget to help yourself to the free flow sauce bar which is non-chargeable. You could request for unlimited refillable broth as it’s FREE! They provide complimentary disposable gloves, so that one will not dirty one’s fingers to peel prawns. There’s plenty of parking space and it’s FREE! Although it’s a non aircon coffee shop, there’s huge fans to keep the place cooling.

The star of the meal - Charcoal Claypot Prawn Speciality Prawn Broth (S$32.80) was served in a huge claypot with about 12 to 15 big prawns in broth over charcoal stove.
Shrimp Paste (S$8.80)
Sea Urchin Ball (S$8.80)
Salmon Ball with Cheese (S$10.80)
Crab Claw (S$10.80)
Korea Style Fish Cake (S$10.80)
Tiger Prawns (S$10.80)
Japanese Scallop (S$10.80)
Abalone Slice (S$10.80)
Fish Fillet (S$8.80)
Chicken Shabu Shabu (S$10.80)
Baby Cabbage (S$2.80)
Hokkien Mee (S$8.80)

Steamboat Charcoal Claypot Prawn @steamboatcharcoalclaypotprawn
Address 🛖 : 9 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, Singapore 🇸🇬 319061
Open 🕰️ : Tue - Sun : 12pm - 10pm
MRT 🚇 : Toa Payoh (NS19) North South Line
Note 📝 : Take bus service 238 from Toa Payoh bus interchange and drop off at Blk 231
Officially opened on 11 July 2024

Woodlands Claypot Prawn @woodlandsclaypotprawn
Address 🛖 : 10 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road 1, # 01-01 Stall # 7, Singapore 🇸🇬 739276

Woodlands Claypot Prawn @woodlandsclaypotprawn_tampines
Address 🛖 : Food Loft, 18 Tampines Industrial Crescent, # 01-16 Space @ Tampines , Singapore 🇸🇬 528605

desserts were above expectations!! tiramisu had q a strong coffee taste and a subtle alcohol taste. panna cotta was damn nice with the crunchy crumbs on top of it and even the complimentary chocolate cake was enjoyable. it’s like a chocolate malt cake

an additional of $25 for this rib eye. it was juicy paired well with the sauce

the appetizers were quite generous and i was quite full by the time i got to the mains… pork was like roasted pork but some pieces where slightly tougher to chew. the sauce was ok

also another appetizer that we had apart from the angel hair pasta which we enjoyed a lot was this soup which we found was a tad too salty for our liking. still a good dip for my onion bread which is saved from earlier