Hotpot? Steamboat? Whatever You Call It

Hotpot? Steamboat? Whatever You Call It

Somehow having a hotpot, cooking your own food is just something which so many people love to do!
Grace Aw
Grace Aw

Came here with my colleagues for supper.

Ordered 4 soup base- Tomato, Pork Stomach and Chicken, Sichuan Spicy and their Fish Hot Pot. Tomato soup was not bad, not too sour or sweet. Pork Stomach Soup was a little too peppery. Sichuan Spicy soup was good and numbing. Fish soup was not bad, good flavour.

For the ingredients we ordered Iberico Pork, Signature Beef, Pork Jowl, Sliced Pork Belly, Signature Mashed Shrimpwah, Thin Vermicelli, Fried Tofu Skin, Corn, Salted Egg You Tiao, Haidilao-Styled Noodle, Mini Cheese Sausage, Fried Mantou, Fried Luncheon Meat, Fried Noodle.
The sliced meats was good with the Pork Jowl being quite fatty. Their Signature Shrimp Paste was not bad. It had a good bouncy texture. Salted Egg Yolk You Tiao was ok, wished the you tiao was crispy but it went well with the condensed milk. Haidilao-Styled Noodles had a nice chewy bite to it. Luncheon meat was of a good thickeness. The fried noodles were crispy and paired well with the condensed milk.

There's also free flow sides, condiments and desserts available at the designated area.

Overall not too bad. My favourites being the Sichuan Spicy Hot Pot, Haidilao-Styled Noodles and the free flow Sichuan Oyster Mushrooms.

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Came here for lunch ($25.80) on a weekday and there were only 2 tables eating.

The good thing about this shop is the fact that you can choose 3 soups, however only the chicken and pork broth are free. The rest of the soup will be an additional $3 or more each. I opted for tomyum and laksa. I love tomyum so when I had my first sip, I was disappointed. The tomyum somehow was lacking. It was not as flavourful as other hotpot shops and was on the oily side. Laksa however was good, mildly spicy with the taste of the coconut milk coming through. Pork broth surprisingly was light and good as well.

Variety-wise I would say they offer quite a lot, more then 50 types of items. We tried their pork, beef and mutton. Pork was good, with a good amount of fat. Beef was ok, wish there was more fats. Mutton was slightly tough but did not have a strong smell at all.
Their seafood the clams and scallop came slightly frozen with ice and had a slightly not so nice seafood taste.
They also offer sumiri, beancurd, eggs, mushrooms and vegetables which I won't mention.

I also opted for free flow of drinks and ice cream (+$4). They offer fruit punch which was good, not too sweet with a carrot-y taste. Rose which is Bandung but without the milk and blueberry. For ice cream there's coconut, cookies and cream, chocolate, mint and strawberry.

Overall this place offers a good variety of food where you'll have something that you would like. For me it was the cookies and cream ice cream.

Grace Aw

Level 6 Burppler · 118 Reviews

A Singaporean who loves trying new places and eating good food

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