Halal steamboat places around Singapore
Steamboats are pretty much the answer to all your dinner woes. Everyone gets to pick their favourite ingredients, and the food always gets served piping hot. Here is a list of halal-certified steamboat spots for your clique to break fast together!
1. Chickata Thai Hot Pot and Western Food
Good news for Westies, because you can now enjoy a halal mookata buffet without travelling too far. Chickata offers a 90-minute a la carte buffet at just $18.80 every Monday to Thursday, and it even includes ingredients such as snow crab sticks and scallops. You can cook your food in their chicken soup, or add $3 for tom yum soup.
Check out our full review of Chickata!
Address: Blk 326 Jurong East Street 31, #01-118, Singapore 600326
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 3pm to 11pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 11pm
Tel: 8440 4938
2. Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat Buffet
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Marina Bay BBQ Steamboat Buffet at Satay by the Bay offers a vast spread of seafood, including clams, prawns, oysters, mussels, and crabs, as well as a whole bunch of other steamboat ingredients such as bean curd skin and cheese tofu. The buffet starts at $25 per person, and you’ll get to grill your food while the ocean breeze keeps you cool, thanks to the food centre’s location by the waterfront.
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #12/13/14, Satay By The Bay, Marina Bay Singapore
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 11:45pm
3. Yummy Veggie
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Yummy Veggie is both a vegetarian and a halal-certified restaurant, and the buffet spread here is good enough for anyone to enjoy. Soup bases include vegetable, tom yum, miso and vegetarian chicken, and aside from the spread of steamboat ingredients, this restaurant also has a cooked food buffet section with sushi, side dishes and desserts. Prices start at $24.80++ for their weekday lunch buffet.
Address: 5 Lengkong Tiga, #01-04, Kampong Kembangan Community Club, Singapore 417408
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9pm
Tel: 6441 2688
4. Sedap Thai
If you don’t mind having mookata at a hawker centre, check out Sedap Thai, a steamboat stall located on the first floor of Berseh Food Centre. Beef fat is used here instead of pork lard, and you can opt for either chicken broth, or their tangy and slightly spicy tom yum broth at an additional $2. A Platter Set ($20) comes with various veggies, seafood and marinated meats, and is more than enough for two people. But if you’re feeling especially hungry, they’ve also introduced an a la carte buffet at just $20 per person.
Address: 166 Jalan Besar, #01-08, Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 4:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 8298 3579
5. Lukhon Thai
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Lukhon Thai is another great spot for kopitiam mookata. Platters start at $25 for two and $40 for four people.You can also find udon ($1.80) and cheese dips ($3.80), as well as their signature sweet and salty chilli sauce that’s super addictive.
Address: 110 Pasir Ris Central, #02-05, Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Singapore 519641
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 9675 5849
6. Seoul Garden
Seoul Garden has seven different outlets spread across Singapore, so you won’t even have to travel far to enjoy their steamboat and BBQ buffet, which starts at $17.99++. Soups cost an extra $3.99++, and there’s a variety to choose from, including kimchi jjigae, which is the signature spicy soup base of Korean army stews, and a milky fish soup called saengseontang.
7. Royal Kublai Khan Steamboat Restaurant
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A steamboat buffet at Royal Kublai Khan Steamboat Restaurant will set you back $25.80. To get you started while the pot is warming up, the restaurant offers a number of cooked dishes, including honey baked chicken, sweet and sour fish, and even chilli crab! Located within walking distance from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, this is a convenient spot for squad meet-ups.
Address: 1 Sophia Road, #02-01/02, Peace Centre, Singapore 228149
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 8pm
Tel: 6836 2389
8. Sedap Dan Sihat
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There’s no soup involved in Sedap Dan Sihat’s “steam pot”. Simply put your food into the steamer, and the heat will do all the work for you. Most of their sets include their star item – shiitake mushrooms with quail eggs – but be prepared to order more because it’s simply so good.
There’s also an option to add congee to your meal. The congee is placed below the steamer, and it will slowly absorb the juices that drip down from the rest of the food. The result is a flavourful pot of congee that’s extra satisfying.
Address: 548 Woodlands Drive 44, #01-20, Vista Point, Singapore 730548
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 11pm
Tel: 6891 2663
9. The Flame Cafe
Just a two-minute walk away from Tai Seng MRT Station, the warm lighting and chic interior design of Flame Cafe makes it a comfortable place to have a meal at. But that’s not all you’d be coming here for, because this pretty cafe also offers an epic four-tiered steamboat. If you opt for a cheesy steamboat, the set-up even comes with creamy cheese fondue!
Address: 73 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Level 1, Singapore 534818
Opening hours: Mon-Thur 9am to 11pm, Fri-Sat 9am to 2pm, Sun 11pm to 11pm
Cheesy Hotpot & BBQ Pagoda Steamboat is only available after 3pm.
Tel: 6282 0251
Halal steamboats worth visiting with your friends
Steamboats are great, and they’re even better when you can enjoy them with buddies. Alternatively, if they aren’t feeling up for steamboat, here are some affordable halal food places and halal zi char eateries to check out!