Sunday, January 23, 2005

Tangling (tong huat) Seafood Satay Steamboat

Tangling (tong huat) Seafood Satay Steamboat
Circuit Road Blk 79 Food Center

Here is a no fuss value for money steamboat. What’s good about this place is that because it is next to a market, the food that they serve you is fresh. You get a pretty wide range of choices too. How the system works is that you sit at a table and they will set up the steamboat and bring a tray of food for you to choose from. For S$50 we fed 5, and these were the things we had – fish maw, chicken, pork, beef, fish, vegetables, straw mushrooms, cockles, fish roe, eggs and meatballs. What is hallmark about this place is its satay sauce as the name suggests and the chili sauce is pretty good too and I prefer it over the satay sauce that it serves here. Plus, it is a family trade, so I like this place and the idea of a recipe being passed down through the generations. It is weird talking about an ambience in a hawker center or food court as opposed to the purposeful construction of one my various restaurants, but this place has a nice laid back feel. So if you are in the mood for a relaxing steamboat but haven’t got any ingredients prepared at home, this place isn’t too bad an option.


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