Chai Chee Folks – A Super Good Fish Head Steamboat Place Has Opened Near You!

For fish head steamboat lovers, Whampoa Keng is a familiar name, notably offering patrons wholesome fish and tasty broth.

Founded in 1990, Whampoa Keng has since opened its third outlet. Best of all? It’s located in the heartlands, in Chai Chee Neighbourhood!

Furthermore, this new location, situated in Bizhub 28, has two additional stalls – Whampoa Keng Economic Rice and Whampoa Keng Fish Soup Noodle. Perfect for those who prefer to have fish soup noodle or economic rice!

What is on the Menu at Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat?

We headed down and had a taste of the oh-so-good food. Be warned, don’t read on an empty stomach!

1. Fish Head Steamboat

Served in a traditional pot with charcoal burning in the centre, Whampoa Keng makes their own soup stock, keeping the soup broth sweet and rich. Carnation milk is added to the broth to give it a slightly thicker texture.

Fish Head Steamboat Whampoa Keng
Credit: Rachel Lim

Remarkably, 3 different types of fish are offered; Bardan Fish, Bucket Pomfret and Red Grouper.

Fresh fish is used everyday, with the meat marinated in their secret recipe before going into the steamboat, giving it a tender and firm bite.

No wonder, because this pot of goodness was polished off quickly!

2. Speciality Food Street Tofu (SGD $10-20)

Credit: Rachel
Credit: Rachel

This egg tofu was smooth and silky. Generously doused in an abalone based sauce, it is the perfect companion to the Fish Head Steamboat

3. Signature Sweet & Sour Spare Ribs with Fried Cod Fish (SGD $15-25)

A unique dish found only in Whampoa Keng, the spare ribs are both sticky and sweet!

Credit: Rachel Lim
Credit: Rachel Lim

Cod fish was shredded into thin strips and fried till crisp. The combination of fried cod fish and sweet sticky pork ribs was heavenly!

4. Salted Egg Yolk Prawns (SGD $20-$40)

Credit: Rachel Lim
Credit: Rachel Lim

Another all time favourite – Salted Egg Yolk Prawns! Fresh, succulent and juicy prawns were cooked with the house made salted egg yolk sauce. Expect a spicy kick to the salted egg yolk goodness with the scattered chilli padi.

5. Signature Prawn Paste Chicken Wings (SGD $10-$20)

Fish Head Steamboat Whampoa Keng
Credit: Rachel Lim

Whampoa Keng creates their own prawn paste and batters their chicken wings. This gives the juicy and delightful wings just the right amount of savoury prawn taste.

The perfect place for a gathering

This is the place for family dinners and gatherings with friends. Imagine everyone tucking into warm steamboat with the best side dishes!

Whampoa Keng Bizhub
Whampoa Keng Bizhub

As part of their opening promotion, Whampoa Keng is offering Lunch Promotional deals to guests. To top that, there is not GST or service charge when you dine at this new outlet.

Don’t just sit around, have your next gathering at Whampoa Keng @ Bizhub 28!

Whampoa Keng @ Bizhub28
Address:
28 Senang Cresent Bizhub28 Singapore 416601
Open: Monday- Friday, 11am-3pm and 5pm-11pm, Weekends and Public Holidays, 11am-11pm
Price: Total 5 dishes, approximately $95
Facebook: Whampoa Keng Fishhead Steamboat

This was an invited food tasting session.

Header image credit: allaboutceil.com

For more on new eats in Singapore, read Pizza Hut’s Hawaiian Puffection Is Cheesier Than Your Favourite RomCom

 
 
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