Chinese hotpot with various soup base and fresh ingredients. Most importantly, our soup bases are all free of MSG! LongQing truly treasure family values and believes having quality time spent over a good meal would bring closer bonds...
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Address

18 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059661

Saturday:
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

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Price

~$40/pax

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All the meat they served are quite fresh as you can tell. Sauce is free here in Long Qing. Service is excellent too, as staff is very accommodating and adding soup for us without we ask actually.

I think this is one of my favorite steamboat place in Singapore. Soup was really fresh and you can feel straightaway there’s no MSG inside, as you don’t feel thirsty when you eat more soup.

All the sides are freshly served too.

Highly recommended! And will definitely come back again 👍🏻

Hence, hearing many good reviews on the place from the Burpple tastemakers, I had to bring my friends down to LongQing when we were searching for a spot to have a casual get-together. And of course priding themselves in various soup bases that are free of MSG, we were looking forward to LongQing’s soup bases that are cooked for hours on end.

Having a yuan yang with the classic Wild Mushroom and Signature Broth ($20/ mix of two soup bases), the former was definitely my favourite with a tinge of herb detected in each spoonful - light and “mushroomy”. Offering fresh and quality ingredients, you can choose from the sets or have them ala carte. For us, we ordered the Vegetable Platter, tender Premium U.S Short Rib ($22), succulent Pork Belly ($12), Pork Collar and Luncheon Meat ($6.80). The short rib being my pick. Overall, I enjoyed my experience at LongQing and found them to be an excellent alternative to other steamboat restaurants that provide heavier as well as overly seasoned items.

Smear on some condensed milk if you like your desserts extra sweet. Even @jonathanleewe who doesn't like Orh-Nee, approves of this.
You may think "taro after hotpot's too heavy for dessert", but trust me, no matter how full you are from your meal here, you wouldn't wanna miss these balls 🤓

9.8bucks/serve of 6pcs
#FTrecommends

We had a taste of the citrusy Miwa Yuzu Sake (personal fave), the traditional Kiku Masamune Junmai Taru and the sofisticated Ozeiki Junmai Rai for more experienced alcoholics. 😉
If you need recommendations for broth choices, try these:
- Spicy MaLa Broth | good amount of heat without too much of the numbing sensation.
- Wild Mushroom Broth | the friggin' best extracted mushroom flavoured broth I've ever tasted. More than three types of mushrooms boiled for hours with their signature Pork broth!
- Shark's Fin Melon Herbal Soup | newest addition to their broth choices, naturally sweetened with Honey Dates and Chinese Almonds.

58bucks/bottle of Yuzu Sake
#FTrecommends

Gelatinous, yet still retains a good bite.
It's THE cold appetizer we never fail to order whenever we're here 🖤

These can be elusive as they are hand-made in small batches by the Head Chef. Do make sure to reserve them when you make a table booking. Otherwise you may miss out on ending your steamboat meal with these delightful domes of smooth yam paste coated in a thin, lightly crispy dough.

Meat-lovers and fans of steamboat, you'll want to take note of this. Every Tuesday at LongQing is when you get to enjoy a 1-for-1 promo on ALL the meats (except for luncheon meat).
Upon learning of this happy news tonight, I immediately ordered the U.S. Short Rib and the Mangalitsa Pork Collar, both of which are my favourites. Considering these two meats cost $22++ and $30++ per serving respectively, this is without a doubt, fantastic value.
Pictured above is the double portion of the latter. It might sound like a lot for two people but with such good quality meats to dunk in our chosen MSG-free Wild Mushroom and Spicy Mala soups, we finished up the whole lot effortlessly.
FYI - Their last order is at 10.30pm, so even if you finish work a bit late, there's still some time to indulge in a good dinner.

First, the service by the staff is nothing short of excellent. They were quick to refill the broth, check if the food was ok and if you needed anything.

We ordered the 2 pax set at $70 and added dishes from the ala carte menu, not forgetting to order the crispy taro balls ahead.

I must commend on the mushroom broth, which was so intense, earthy and sweet as ingredients are added along the way.

Ingredients were fresh and the selection that came in the set was quite a variety.

Don't forget to add luncheon meat, fried beancurd roll and the dumplings!

Total bill: $150

And you can't end a meal here without having these! 🙌

The crisp outer layer plays as big a role here as the oozy, chewy taro center. Let them know you want to reserve these the moment you step in cause it sells out fast!

We got a chance to try LongQing's new range of sakes and man, is pairing sake with hotpot SHIOOOK! 😂

We started off with this one which was my favourite of the three – refreshingly sweet and citrusy, it was a great way to start a meal. The others were more traditional; Kiku-Masamune Junmai Taru & Ozeki Junmai Rai which with LongQing's uhhhmazing mushroom soup/mala, was just a joy to drink. 😜

Another day, another "soup-er" satisfying round at LongQing.
On this visit with my parents, I chose the "shark's fin melon herbal soup" instead of the usual "wild mushroom" to pair with my must-have "spicy mala". And nope, not a single shark was harmed as this is a blend of pork bone and a melon with an internal texture that resembles shark's fin.
Supposedly boiled with 10 types of Chinese herbs, this cloudy soup has a touch of sweetness that is very pleasing. Everything tastes good cooked in it, especially the dried bamboo pith, crispy beancurd skin roll and handmade meatball.
Conclusion: It has just become officially harder for me to decide on which two soups to have here 😆

As I am quite fussy about what I dunk in my steamboat, I don't usually go for sets even if they give better value. Personally, I find it more satisfying to just head straight for the items I love. And at LongQing, these are what make the cut:
- U.S. 150 Days Aged Short Rib Chef's Cut (so buttery in the mouth!)
- luncheon meat (love, love, love the chunky meat texture of the brand they serve)
- crispy beancurd skin roll (flash soak these babies for shiok-ness)
- fish paste spread on crispy pork skin (springy and full of flavour)
- winter melon (throw them in at the start of the meal and forget about them till the end when they've become sweet mushiness)
- watercress (I prefer to blanch this for literally 3 seconds to retain that fresh crispness)
- "tang o" (ditto)
- mushrooms (an assortment is always sure to please)

Collagen-based soups are great but after a while, they can become almost too rich. Which is why I really enjoy drinking the lighter but no less tasty soups at LongQing. They also happen to be MSG-free which doesn't leave me chugging water like there's no tomorrow. The wild mushroom and spicy "ma la" are what I have had here so far. The former is clear yet deeply fragrant while the latter packs plenty of kick but I find it drinkable as it isn't too oily.
If you drive, coming here on a weekend is especially convenient for parking since they are located in the CBD which is quiet during this time.

Really love the fresh ingredients for steamboat here (the tofu skin, luncheon meat, super tender Pork collar, Beef shirt Rib Slices and juicy dumplings!) Oh my, the pig liver was so good 🙃The mushroom base was great - till they added the chicken soup stock in without the mushroom Essence and the mala base was on the oilier side but super spicy and shiok!
Super affordable set menu for 6 at $180 (around $30+ per pax!) - that comes with premium pork collar and US short ribs!
Pro Tip: preorder the Crispy Taro Balls ($7.80) when you reserve your seats here - they sell out real fast!

Soup base are MSG free so be prepared to expect a lighter and more blend taste of their soup. If you're someone who is health conscious, this will be the place for you.

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Burpple Exclusive
4th Person Dines Free
Till 31 Jan 2018
LongQing 隆庆 Clarke Quay

Terms

1. Minimum of 4 dining guests. 4th guest will dine for free with every 3 paying adults

2. Applicable for set lunch from Tuesday to Friday between 11.30am to 2.30pm only

3. Reservations required. Please call 65331618 and quote 'Burpplepromo' when making reservations

4. Not valid with any other ongoing promotions, vouchers or discounts

5. Not available on eve of Public Holidays, Public Holidays and on Special Occasions

6. The management reserves the right to change the terms and conditions without prior notice