Here is one for the Westsiders! Beauty in The Pot has just opened its 6th outlet at Westgate which operates till 3am daily, making it your perfect supper spot.
A concept by Singapore-based restaurant chain Paradise Group, Beauty in The Pot has been winning over gourmands with its nourishing and exquisite broths, as well as a wide selection of fresh ingredients. Long queues are a common sight come dinnertime since its inception in 2014.
Beauty in THe Pot is also the first hotpot restaurant tailored for women of all ages, with its emphasis on beauty collagen broth and female-centric décor.
For mummies who are always on the look out for family-friendly restaurants, ease your woes when dining at Beauty in The Pot. Like other Beauty in The Pot outlets, the outlet at Westgate has also specially reserved a space to build a customised children’s playground within the outlet. It’s fully air-conditioned and equipped with soft-fall mat and sanitiser. Every outlet of Beauty in The Pot also has staff trained in balloon sculpting to entertain kids and provides children’s toys, making it a pleasant dining venue for families.
Taikoo Lane Hotpot, is a restaurant that doles out authentic Sichuan and Cantonese hotpot broths and offerings! The concept is a brainchild of Chengdu Restaurant, which is known for its mouth-watering Sichuan cuisine. Taikoo Lane boasts a mixture of individual pots and large shared pots, so solo diners or large groups can enjoy a hotpot session anytime they have a craving.
Taikoo Lane’s version of the Sichuan Spicy Broth follows the traditional method of using beef tallow instead of oil. The beef tallow-based mala broth is much more flavourful than the oil-based renditions other hotpot restaurants in Singapore serve.
Chengdu Green Pepper Broth is another Taikoo Lane special Mala broth. Taking inspiration from Chengdu Restaurant’s best-selling Fish with Green Peppercorn Soup, the green peppercorn broth is a brand-new offering specially created by the Taikoo Lane team. Peppercorn oil and green peppercorns are Sichuan specialities, and the restaurant imports the ingredients from the province.
For diners who prefer non-spicy broths, there are offerings available such as Fish Soup Broth with Fresh Milk and Collagen Nourishing Pork Bone Soup. Both of these soups will appeal to ardent appreciators of Cantonese dishes. Able to alleviate the symptoms of excessive dampness in the internal system of our body, the nourishing fish soup broth is made with specially selected fresh fish and salmon bones. The gelatinous pork bone broth is superbly tasty and moreish — a medley of pork bones, whole chicken, pig skin and spices are cooked for over seven hours to achieve a rich and milky consistency.
Taikoo Lane offers a smorgasbord of unique hotpot ingredients. A DIY dish, the Lobster Noodles pays tribute to Hong Kong’s popular version. Simply immerse the crustacean and noodles into the broth, then mix the cooked items with the special sauce and condiments and voila! If so inclined, cook the seafood and noodles separately in different broths so that they can soak up different flavours for a truly unique dish. Living up to its name, the Magical Growing Mushrooms promises a culinary spectacle. Arranged artfully in a garden of lettuce, tomatoes and eggs, the enoki mushrooms will grow taller before your very eyes as you water it!
Frog Soup, anyone? Not your typical hotpot establishment, Tong Xin Ru Yi Traditional Hotpot on Lorong Telok (formerly at Boat Quay), prides itself for its unique and interesting variety of house-made signature soup bases, which come brimming with a suite of delicious ingredients upon order. Hotpot connoisseurs will find this refreshing concept truly riveting.
At Tong Xin Ru Yi, every soup was born out of a lot of thought, months of hard work and repeated modifications. Like a well-rehearsed orchestra, different ingredients are added in at their right moments to make every soup a perfect symphony. Hours of slow-cooking build up the bold and robust flavours of each soup, which play out well with Tong Xin Ru Yi’s menu of fresh hotpot ingredients.
While there is a repertoire of soup bases to choose from, worth mentioning are the crowd favourite Stewed Marinated Beef with Spicy Soup (S$48) and the newly created Golden Chicken Soup / Golden Frog Soup (S$68).
Other signature soups include the Catfish with Spicy Soup (S$48), Fish with Pickled Cabbage Soup (Dory Fish: S$38 / Catfish: S$48), Pickled Cabbage with Pork Rib Soup (S$28), and Tomato with Oxtail Soup (S$48).
To share their love for hotpot with everyone, Tong Xin Ru Yi also offers equally satisfying soup bases for vegetarians such as Vegetarian Spicy Soup (S$16) and Corn with Tomato Soup (S$16).
Apart from its bountiful selection of the usual meats, seafood, mushrooms, leafy greens and noodles, Tong Xin Ru Yi has a number of unique and premium ingredients hidden up its sleeves.
Indulge in a wide range of beef cuts from all over the world including New Zealand, United States of America (USA), Japan and more. Beef lovers will adore the melt-in-the-mouth Premium Eight Second Beef (S$24 per portion). The fresh chilled New Zealand beef are delivered weekly in limited portions. As its name suggests, the best way to savour this well-marbled meat is by dipping it into the hotpot for precisely 8 seconds. There’s also the Beef Tongue (S$22 per portion), a beautiful masterpiece of beef tongue slices rolled intricately into a romantic rose; the Premium Chef-Sliced Beef Shin (S$28), a satisfying well-marbled beef cut; and the Spicy Beef Cubes (S$16) from USA, a popular dish from Sichuan, boasting bite-sized beef cubes marinated in a picante sauce and dusted with chilli flakes.
Located within the heart of the Central Business District, the restaurant is a popular hang-out spot for working folks. Make a reservation with them today!
Spanning more than 10,600 sq ft, Beauty In The Pot at VivoCity is the hotpot chain's biggest outlet to date.
Savour the essence of health and beauty with every steaming pot of soup at Beauty in The Pot.
Inspired by the culture of food for health, the hotpot concept offers two nourishing soup bases that promise rich flavours coupled with abundant benefits. All ingredients are artfully made by their team of chefs to match seamlessly with the rich and flavourful soup bases for maximum enjoyment.
Be awed by the sumptuous menu of fresh ingredients and homemade specialties coupled with the dense and nutrient-rich beauty collagen soup and/or spicy nourishing soup (with three levels of spiciness).
Chill Gen is a new Hong Kong Hot Pot Buffet concept by Xin Wang Hong Kong Café.
Chill Gen offers a variety of soup bases that appeal to a wide range of customers such as the Signature Papaya Hot Pot Soup, Korean Army Stew, Classic Homemade Fragrant Spicy Soup and Tomato Soup.
Besides their Hot Pot Buffet, Chill Gen also serves an array of delicious Hong Kong comfort food for diners such Pork Chop & Egg Papaya Soup Rice Vermicelli, Luncheon Meat Soup Instant Noodle and more.
Shang Pin Hot Pot at Marina Square provides a wholesome variety of Chinese steamboat ingredients that would satisfy all your hotpot cravings. Its charm lies in its unassuming, no-frills restaurant setup, where diners can simply enjoy the fresh meat variants, vegetables and rich broth at friendly prices.
With more than twenty condiments to select from, guests can tailor a unique dipping sauce for their tastebuds and create their ideal complements to the steamboat meal; free flow drinks are available as well. Coupled with excellent waitstaff who are prompt with their service, Shang Pin makes for an enjoyable steamboat experience.
With the fragrant aroma of Sichuan peppercorns and chilies beckoning, get ready to welcome new hotpot restaurant chain Spice World Hot Pot from China making its inaugural presence in Singapore with a 200-seater, 6,000 sqft duo-design dining space at Clarke Quay that serves up an array of aromatic spicy and non-spicy soup broths with exquisitely plated, high-quality and fresh ingredients.
Spice World Hot Pot, founded in 2003 is one of China’s top ten global hotpot brands that prides itself in the meticulous preparation of its soup broths and accompaniments. No artificial flavouring, MSG or flavor enhancers are used. Instead, soup bases are first brewed in Sichuan China using the most carefully sourced deep forest peppercorns from Hongya farmlands, chilies from the mountainous origins of Guizhou and Sichuan before being air-flown to Singapore where it goes through a secondary preparation. All soup bases including the much loved Sichuan mala broth are brewed for at least four to six hours.
Diners can choose from 7 different soup bases – mala, which comes in three varying degrees of spiciness (mild, medium, hot), pork belly and chicken, three-delicacy (pork, chicken, duck), wild mushroom, tomato, tom-yam, and curry.
At Spice World, accompanying ingredients such as beef, pork and lamb are freshly sourced, painstakingly prepared and hand-sliced as opposed to frozen and machined cut. Similarly, all seafood arrives at Spice World fresh, not frozen. A source of great pride, this method of serving fresh ingredients is Spice World’s hallmark of distinction.
From the freshest Australian M8 Wagyu beef, delicately draped to form a dress over a doll, to the Australian mutton slices served on a meter long plank, to the good-humouredly named Prime Minister’s Pork Balls (former U.K Prime Minister David Cameron’s favourite dish) made from pork belly and parsley, to the delicately sliced rumen tripe from the first section of a cow’s stomach that contains the grass it consumes; all meats are air-flown to ensure that freshness and quality are never compromised. For seafood lovers, freshly prepared shrimp paste made from 100% shrimp meat and tobiko are a perennial favourite amongst diners along with the seafood platter.
To add a bit of fun to the dining experience, diners can choose to have a teddy bear or Hello Kitty shaped out of mala soup and beef oil added to the hotpot and watch it slowly melt into the broth (limited to only 8 per day!). This fun element has been and still is a big hit with Spice World patrons around the world. Diners can also have a meal with Nicholas the Bear, a life-sized teddy bear stuffed toy mascot, if he is not too busy posing for pictures.
Located at Royal Square @ Novena, Singapore's hot pot chain maestro Haidilao's latest outlet encompasses the culture of traditional shadow play and modern contemporary design with 270 degree full urban view.
Sichuan Haidilao Catering Co. Ltd was founded in 1994 and it began serving the worldwide popular Sichuan style Hot Pot, gathering various regional influences and tastes along the way. Since then, Haidilao has always dedicated to achieving the perfect blend of authentic traditional Chinese food - Hot Pot with the convenience of modern trend.
Paradise Group's Beauty In The Pot, has opened its newest and largest branch at OneKM mall. Spanning more than 7,000 sq ft, the new branch can host up to 288 patrons.
Savour the essence of health and beauty with every steaming pot of soup at Beauty in The Pot. Inspired by the culture of food for health, the hotpot concept offers six nourishing soup bases that promise rich flavours coupled with abundant benefits.
All ingredients are artfully made by their team of chefs to match seamlessly with the rich and flavourful soup bases for maximum enjoyment. Be awed by the sumptuous menu of fresh ingredients and homemade specialties coupled with their soup bases.
Be sure not to miss out on the homemade Fish Tofu which is prepared daily for the ideal melt-in-your-mouth texture and only exclusively available at Beauty in the Pot.
With a strong heritage since 1980, Black Knight Hotpot continues to be a crowd favourite in the bustling city of Taipei, where it first originated. You can find out what the raves are all about as it has set foot here in Singapore at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands.
With its first and only outlet in Singapore; diiners will get to savour local tastes unique to Taiwan. Specialties include the signature Chinese Sichuan Spicy Hotpot, Taiwanese beef noodles & Chinese braised dishes.
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant is now also available at Great World City. With a diverse selection of soup bases such as the popular Sichuan spicy soup and rich ginseng chicken soup, they use only the freshest and finest ingredients to serve an excellent steamboat.
Today, Imperial Treasure Group has 23 restaurants under its name, as well as over 20 accolades – including the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant's soup bases are made daily from scratch and simmers for hours on the stove, for you to complete with choice cuts of meat, succulent seafood, fresh vegetables, and delectable handmade meatballs. The result is a flavourful pot – perfect for gathering with business partners or loved ones.
Da Miao Hotpot (å¤§å¦ç«é ) at Clarke Quay is committed to foster high-quality hotpot culture with Chengdu’s signature features, providing customers with comfortable, unique services and a differentiated dining experience. Da Miao Hotpot promises to create a feast for the five senses for every Da Miao Hotpot customers who walked into their restaurant. You will be greeted with their traditional performances by their professional “Stage Artist” while savouring the strong-flavoured soup base.
The key attribute is the combination of more than twenty spices, added with special plant oil and herbs, making it delectable and creamy while not greasy.
The professional Chefs from Da Miao Hotpot guarantees the quality and freshness of the ingredients from the stage of purchasing, delivery, storage and presented with the most appetising plating for the every customer.
LongQing has joined the fray on trendy Hong Kong Street.
LongQing’s concrete walls are marked by street-style murals, giving it an edgier feel than most of the steamboat places we’ve been to. Soups include spicy mala, tomato, and their signature clear broth while ingredients are available a la carte or as a pre-selected set for two.
Shaburi and Kintan Buffet is a two-in-one Japanese dining concept by Dining Innovation Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd opening at JEM, offering two restaurants at one spot—Shaburi, which specialises in shabu shabu and Kintan, with its premium Japanese BBQ. The 3527.89 sqf interior is furnished with 34 tables which can seat 62 people for Shaburi and 57 for Kintan.
Shaburi provides each guest with their own hot pot for shabu shabu. They provide a selection of side dishes such as sushi rolls, chawanmushi, chicken karaage and more. Their highlight dishes include the konbu, which is a Japanese seaweed broth; sukiyaki, which is a savoury sweet sauce served with mirin; and paitan karamiso that serves paitan collagen soup with spicy miso.
Kintan on the other hand offers dishes in yakiniku style with meats selected from U.S. and Australia, alongside a variety of more than 40 side dishes, vegetables and sauces such as spicy miso and garlic and cheese curry flavored dips.
GoroGoro Steamboat & Korean Buffet Restaurant is fun, affordable and yummy! They distance themselves from the more traditional and pricey image of typical steamboat buffet restaurants, providing a cozy environment for light-hearted gleeful dining experience without guests having to worry about their pockets.
Why the name GoroGoro? Well, when we are hungry, that is the sound our tummy makes. And when their delectable steamboat broths are boiling, that is also the magical bubbling sound! The brand is represented by a cute hungry monster, and each broth has its own mini mascot providing the fun element.
GoroGoro caters to different taste preferences by having six choices of bubbling broths to choose from, namely Ginseng chicken, Beauty collagen, Mala, Tomyam, Tomato and Vegetarian. Guests can expect up to 50 selections of fresh meats, veggies, drinks & korean delicacies for weekday lunch and over 70 choices for dinner and weekend dining.
Along Prinsep Street amidst the buzzing activities of the various restaurants, cafeterias, offices and schools is Captain K Seafood Tower, a new Korean Seafood concept that will surely delight seafood and shellfish lovers.
Captain K, a name cleverly coined by the founder to signify the captain of the steam-boat, steering and pioneering new culinary creations for food lovers. K implies anything Korean, and we can expect that after Captain K Seafood Tower, there will be other Captain K food outlets adding to the multitude of Korean inspired food choices in Singapore.
Conceptualized by the team and presenting Korea’s latest culinary sensation is this visually exciting Korean Seafood Tower, or Nine Layers of Steamed Shells as it may be known in other parts of Asia. It is the latest steamboat craze that is bound to take Singapore by storm.
Most probably the oldest restaurant in Singapore since 1927, Nan Hwa Chong is said by many to be the creator of the Teochew Fishhead Steamboat.
This very traditional fish soup steam boat offers a uniquely Singapore dining experience. The Nan Hwa Chong signboard has become synonymous with a silky smooth, totally slurp-worthy soup that incorporates rich and sweet tastes into a dining experience that represents Singapore.