Someone craving for steamboat and off to Imperial Treasure Steamboat we go at Great World City with a reservation for the second seating!
The Signage that greeted us as we exited the lift at the first level.
Entrance of the Restaurant.
This space was previously occupied by The Smoke House which we loved too but has unfortunately closed.
View of part of the interior from where we were seated.
Set Menus that you can choose from if you do not want to rack your brains.
I feel that it is pretty value for money with almost a bit of everything that you need to try while here but PB has a mind of his own and the mistake was to leave him to do the ordering while I ran out to grab something as I ended up with all meat as seen in the pics later! 😛
The ala Carte menu
Menu – Soup Base and Entree
Menu – Seafood and Live Seafood
Menu – Chicken, Pork, Lamb and Beef
Menu – Handmade balls.
Something that you should order while you are here.
Menu – Dumpling and Handmade Noodles.
The handmade noodles are something you should definitely order when you are here.
Menu – Vegetable and Fresh Fungus
Menu – Side orders
Menu – Noodle
Menu – Dessert and Drinks
A very teochew sauce made with shallots, spring onions, soya sauce and fragrant oil that every patron is provided with. A very nice sauce to go with seafood. 🙂
A tray with 12 different condiments appeared on our table for us to customise our own sauce for the steamboat and it is chargeable at $2.50++ per pax.
My self concocted sauce with 50% sesame and 50% coriander topped with some garlic, chilli sauce, sesame sauce and soya sauce.
Our Imperial Drunken Chicken Soup 乾隆醉鸡窝 Base, $28++
Close up of the drunken chicken which the service staff helped to add into the soup once it boils.
My portion of the Herbal Sugar Cane from the $12++ jug with the remainder going into PB’s stomach!
USA Choice Short Rib Meat 美国顶级霜降牛肉, $38++
Close up of the short rib. Look at the marbling!
Fresh Pork Shoulder 猪马鞍片, $9++
Another view of the thinly sliced pork
Giant Garoupa 龍躉, $52++ ($13++ per 100grams)
Close up of the Giant Garoupa.
Scallops 带子, $24++
Close up of the scallops
King Tiger Prawns 凤尾虾, 4 Pieces for $18++
The boiling soup with herbs and drunken chicken inside.
Cooked Drunken chicken which was very well-marinated, tender and delicious.
My cooked short rib. Tender and sweet.
Dunk into the dipping sauce for additional flavour and crunch. 🙂
This is one very expensive fish that is firm and bouncy!
The skin was crunchy and the whole texture is very different from fishes that we are used to eating. This is probably the first time that I am eating this giant garoupa and I did not even know it until after the meal! Definitely worth a try! 🙂
The cooked king tiger prawns which has been devined.
Huge, fresh and succulent!
Good on its own or in some light dipping sauce to enhance the sweetness of the fresh prawns.
Our total bill came up to $219.63 after 10%service charge and 7% GST. A bill not for the faint-hearted but this is definitely one of the more up-market steamboat places to go to for fresh food and great service. Reservations recommended to avoid queuing as the restaurant can only seat 17 groups (varying sizes) at a time.
Imperial Treasure Steamboat 御宝火锅店
1 Kim Seng Promenade,
Great World City, #01-37,
Tel: 6235 6008
Lunch: 11am – 3pm (LO: 2.30pm)
Dinner: 6pm – 11pm (LO: 10.30pm)
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