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Nan Hwa Chong Fish-Head Steamboat Corner information
If you only try fish-head steamboat once, do it at this noisy, open-fronted veteran. Cooked on charcoal, the large pot of fish head is brought to you in steaming, tee po (dried flat sole fish) spiked broth. One pot is enough for three or four people, and can stretch to more with rice and side dishes.
There are several fish types to choose from; the red snapper usually has less bone and more meat than the others.