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Singapore

One of life’s simple pleasures is putting on your favorite sweater on a cold rainy day and going down to your local eatery and having a nice warm bowl of Fish Head Steamboat. The Singaporean classic has gone through a whole lot of makeovers—from the older charcoal-powered pots to the newer electric table top cookers. Some people prefer the original’s smokey zing that you can’t get with modern boilers, but others love the convenience of a quick hotpot. Either way, these places boil the best of the best so bring a bib and slurp these yummy Steamboats in Singapore!

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Xin Yuan Ji

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Xin Yuan Ji’s broth never once lets up its sweet and savory flavors. You can order as many broth refills as you like without having to worry about diminishing returns. Not only is the broth a consistent sip of greatness, the accompanying pieces of red snapper are fried beforehand to seal as much flavor in each bite.

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Xing Heng Feng Guo Tiao Tan (Fish Steamboat)

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The distinct taste of fried sole fish elevates the Xing Heng Feng’s broth to new heights. It’s umami hints to a different Fish Head Steamboat experience, especially when coupled with the many side dish options at this stall.

  • 91 Whampoa Dr, #01-1415, Singapore 320091

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Whampoa Keng Restaurant

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People like to tout Whampoa Keng’s Fish Head Steamboat as the best in all of Singapore and then, some since they opened up a store in the Indonesian isles. Their broth is a flavor explosion of a whopping 30 herbs and spices like deep fried yams and sour plums.

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Nan Hwa Fishboat

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The secret to this restaurant’s legendary Teochew-style Fish Head Steamboat is their 93-year-old family recipe. Everything about Nan Hwa sticks to tradition, such as the aluminum pots filled with hot charcoal that are uncharacteristic of the larger air-conditioned restaurants.

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Hai Chang Fishhead Steamboat

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A big hearty pot of red snapper Fish Head Steamboat only costs SGD18 at Hai Chang Fish Head Steamboat. Unsurprisingly, this place is always packed with hungry customers, so you’re going to want to come in early if you want to get a taste of this bang-for-your-buck bowl.

  • +65 9663 7994
  • 137A Tampines Street 11 #01-03 Singapore 522137 Tampines Street 11, Singapore 522137

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Chang Long FishHead Steamboat 长龙火炭鱼头炉

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

Let the unmistakable scent of Fish Head Steamboat lead you to Cha Long. The coffee shop whips up a standard bowl just like mommy used to make. The service is excellent as they make sure to top up your pot and you don’t even need to ask!

  • +65 9295 0351
  • 122 Bedok North Street 2, Block 122, Singapore 460122

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Ming Fishhead Steamboat

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It’s a little hard to tell how much fish you’re getting in your pot, but Ming’s Fish Head Steamboat let’s you know what a deal you’re getting by serving their heaping fish slices separately. You can then cook up the raw fish at your own pace.

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COCA @ Ngee Ann City

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

COCA gives you the option to spend the entire day just slurping up soups with their “Suki” buffet. Take your pick from their clear chicken, tom yum, or collagen broths and just go to town with their buffet of food balls—from cuttlefish to shrimp, and chicken, among many others. Make sure to try the special coriander and chili dipping sauces to complete your COCA experience!

  • +65 6734 7887
  • 391 Orchard Road, #04-23, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872

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Beauty in The Pot

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Singapore, Singapore • Recommendation • 

The beauty in “Beauty In The Pot” isn’t just a reference to the seductively delicious meal in front of you. It actually refers to the shark cartilage collagen broth they serve that is supposedly good for your skin. Whether you believe this or not, the boiling pot of creamy comfort is still perfect for a late night meal with friends and family.

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Hai Xian Lao Hot pot @ Wilkie Edge

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When it comes to steamboats, Hai Xian Lao has the widest range of soup bases and meats for you to experiment with, but the option for a good ol’ Fish Head Steamboat is still the best comfort food. The fancier marble tables and table top electric pots just make for a more refined dining experience.

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