Thursday, August 23, 2007

Downtown East Steamboat

Welcome to Downtown East, a place where people remember for its Wild Wild Wet, Escape Theme Park and Costa Sands resort but few heard of the small Halal steamboat restaurant there. Mention the name Qiu Lian and everyone will think of the famous handmade noodles with delicious broth and special chilli but little is known about the steamboat restaurant set up by the same owner. Put the two together and you get Downtown East Steamboat. For only $16 with no service charge and no GST, you get to enjoy a Halal steamboat buffet in the comfort of an air-conditioned restaurant. Gone are the days of having to perspire profusely while cooking your steamboat or having to keep buying drinks from the drinks stall to quench your thirst, Downtown East Steamboat provides free flow ice water and lemonade.

The steamboat pot comes in two compartments, so you can choose to cook your food in both chicken soup and tom yam soup. Enjoy a wide spread of meat eg chicken, beef and mutton; seafood eg prawns, flower crabs, sliced fish and shellfish; yong tau foo and vegetables. While waiting for the soup to boil, you can help yourself to a variety of cooked food eg fried noodles, fried rice, fried chicken wings, chicken nuggets, fish fingers, tea eggs, mixed soup etc. Dip your food into the special chilli sauce, made from chilli padi, for a savory experience. Complete your wholesome dinner with ice cocktail jelly and four flavors of ice cream for dessert. So what are you waiting for? Bring your friends and family down to Downtown East Steamboat today.


Downtown East Steamboat
1 Pasir Ris Close Downtown East
#01-03A Singapore 519599
Tel 65844807
Closed on Mondays


Camemberu said...

Nice blog you've got here. Have you tried Paradise on Earth steamboat at Tanjong Katong? It's about the same price but really good quality stuff!

Hiro_K said...

Great steamboat. Had it with my family last week. Happy Pay aka Tian Tian is no match for it.

King Kong Bundy said...

Check this one out .. Hawa Steamboat at Queen Street .....

there's a Ramadan Special as well .... $5 steamboat set


Is there charges for booking ?

Anonymous said...

This place is now closed. It has been totally revamped by the management to a Malay food court called "Asli Village"