We occasionally like to drop by Bugis for steamboat, but if there is one place we'd go to for BBQ, it isn't Seoul Garden but Chuan Yi Pin BBQ And Steamboat. The main reason being, the thinly sliced meat (beef, mutton and pork) comes in huge pieces and are especially delicious when fried in margarine. This is also one of the few places around the area that has both steamboat and BBQ in one.
Indoor, and outdoor seating by the road, at the restaurant which is just opposite Bugis Junction's Mos Burger.
Extremely unhealthy but yummy magarine is provided instead of oil. After it has been heated to high temperatures and you leave the restaurant with your clothes and hair smelling like you've been deep fried, you'd swear to eat healthy for the rest of the month.
The slices of meat that I come for. The boy can have the plate of vegetables all to himself.
Only a single choice of soup, the usual chicken or spicy mala. Just be thankful it tastes better than plain water.
I was excited at seeing bamboo clams! I should have known that they would taste nothing like those at Jumbo or No Signboard seafood restaurants. These were horribly salty and pretty inedible to me.
Prawns to up your cholesterol level. It's a wonder how many people go for BBQ just to heap their plates with prawns and pretty much nothing else.
But who am I to comment on that. I love my meat from here and pretty much nothing else >0<. Worth very cent. Well, almost.