The star at this Muncourt Seafood is their Yat Wok Sook (one pot cook all). It uses the steamboat paraphernalia. The contents were fresh grouper fish pieces (plus head) plus seaweeds, yam and some pickle vegetables. The staff will cook and dish out for the customers. The soup was dense: salted with seaweed, a bit of tart from pickled vegetables and given body and density by the yam. How can I described this dish: saltiness which I did not mind and with strong flavours cramped in and I couldn't stop scooping up the soup and digging into the fresh grouper meat. It was very very good! Fortunately Muncourt do have air-conditioning. But still the sweat came but I felt good after that. The soup awakened all my senses.
Yam Bowl was ordinary as it was undercooked rendering the 'bowl' a bit soft. The contents were well flavoured and tasty.
Curry Pork. Taste Indian with some tart possibly from yogurt or vinegar. I would have enjoyed this dish very much if the cook is less heavy-handed with the salt.