$20 for $40 Worth of Live Seafood at 7th Storey Live Seafood & Charcoal Steamboat Restaurant
- Mouth-watering signature charcoal steamboat and black pepper crabs
- Traditional Hainanese heritage and cuisine
- Spacious dining area
- Warm and attentive service staff
- Al fresco dining with Marina Barrage as backdrop
- Limited Groupons available
Call 6222 9880 or 6222 7887 for reservation. Groupon printout MUST be presented.
Groupon does not include GST and service charge.
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Forget the balancing act on the precarious wooden beams of Kelongs in order to satiate your cravings for the freshest seafood. As acrobatics has always been the mainstay of traditional Chinese performing arts, act like a seasoned tight-rope performer and leave the rigorous training for your stomach - make a beeline for today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of live seafood at 7th Storey Live Seafood & Charcoal Steamboat Restaurant.
Within the open, airy Marina Barrage, the 7th Storey restaurant serves up authentic, traditional Hainan favourites, bringing back waves of nostalgia and the memory of the good old days. Tantalize your taste-buds with Hainanese classics like the Hainan Roasted Pork ($13.80), or opt for something richer to line your stomach like the Hainan Mutton Soup ($18.80). Paired lavishly with a large selection of live seafood such as Lobster prepared just the way you like it (Seasonal Pricing), natural or baked Oysters, and the evergreen Chilli Crab ($6/100grams), relish Chef Chan's more than three decades of gastronomic experience presented on the serving plate nearest to you.
Mask first date jitters or spend an enjoyable evening with your loved ones with the Marina Barrage as your constant companion, alongside feasting yourself into a stupor accompanied by the warm and attentive service staff. Get ready to chastised by your dining companions for not bringing them to indulge in this gem of a seafood and steamboat restaurant. Talk about being in hot soup indeed.
"If I must choose a favourite dish for the dinner, it would be the Hainanese pork chops. Drizzled with sweet & sour sauce, the pork chop was served on a bed of fries; the whole combination was just right, and ooze a nostaglic feel" - Ladyironchef
Featured on CNNGO 'Top 10 Places to eat in Singapore'.