Seafood and Beer? The best of both worlds!
The Boiler is a Southern American-inspired seafood joint which serves fresh seafood in Cajun style known as seafood boil. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.
Recently established by a group of former bankers turned restaurateurs, they always believe that service is important especially when they have been in the service line for years. They are always there at the restaurant to make sure that the diners are happy and enjoy their dining experiences!
Situated in an industrial area, away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life, it is a perfect place to enjoy seafood with some beer to chill the evening away. The Boiler utilizes a Modern-Industrial interior , I also love how cosy and spacious this restaurant is. Definitely a great place for gatherings and celebrations!
Enough said, let’s get to the part which I am most excited for, the FOOD!!!
We had part of our seafood drenched in The Works sauce (medium) which was not really spicy. The Boiler’s Bombdiggity Bag is great for sharing between 3 to 4 people where everyone can get a share of the Dungeness/Brown Crab, prawns, mussels, clams, sausages, corns and buns. These seafood are boiled and served in a bag with the sauce you choose.
One of the freshest lobsters I have ever tasted, The Boiler’s serves Boston lobsters from Atlantic coast of North America which tasted very luscious and sweet, such a heavenly dish!
Although they look unpretentious, these Fish and Chips are by far the best I have ever eaten! Generous portions of fillets perched on a heap of seasoned fries were served. The fishes were juicy and they were covered with a crispy batter which had a delightful melt-in-the-mouth quality.
Besides serving a wide array of seafood, The Boiler also offers imported French and Louisiana crafted beer for diners to enjoy while indulging in the food.
This is their signature Beerita ($11.90) which is the Boiler’s interpretation of the margarita. It is a refreshing drink which consists of corona beer and lime syrup.
Lime Mint Freeze ($5.90) is a thirst quencher, a good drink to pair with the seafood.
The Boiler’s Lemonade ($4.90) is not the usual lemonade. This is my favourite drink of the night! The history of how this drink was invented is so interesting and warm-hearted, you should check it out from the staff 🙂
Crispy Banana Durian (CBD) – Deep Fried Banana and Durian Flesh, served with Vanilla Ice cream and Chocolate Sauce. After some good food, it’s time for some desserts! This item is not on the menu and you have to ask for it. A unique dessert; the durian flesh and banana used were fresh and yummy!
Eating off the table (Seafood Boil) is a unique, interesting and fun experience especially to those diners who have not tried it before. The location of the restaurant is a bit “ulu” but it is worth the trip to enjoy quality seafood at a value price!
Good customer service is important and here at the Boiler, be expected to be served by the friendliest and sincere staff. Thank you Malcolm and Jan for for hosting us, I was honoured to be invited for the food tasting session together with my family, it was a sumptuous dinner where we enjoyed ourselves.
Address: 18 Howard Rd
#01-06, Novelty Bizcentre
Contact Number: +65 6635 1285
Sun, Tues – Thurs: 5:00pm – 10:30pm
Fri – Sat & Eve of PH: 5:00pm – 12:00am
Monday – Closed
Enjoy your seafood paradise! <3
With lots of love,
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