10 Best Hot Pot Restaurants In Singapore

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Being a Southeast Asian city, there is no doubt that Singapore has a plethora of Asian food places. If you ask any Singaporeans, they’d say that their favorite thing to do is to eat! Hot pots are a great way to bond with your family and friends over a simmering and delicious meal. It used to be a feast mainly for yearly festive reunions or birthdays, but now it’s a well-liked activity loved by many no matter the occasion. If you’re visiting Singapore, it’s a must to try out any hot pot restaurants. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best hot pot restaurants in Singapore, you can indulge in with your loved ones.

1. Hai Di Lao Hot Pot

Originating all the way from China, Hai Di Lao Restaurant introduces traditional Sichuan-style hot pot in a modern dining setting. You’ll be able to witness the chefs knead their homemade noodles right at your table and instantly taste the freshness of the soft noodles. Indulge it with your broth and you’ll be experiencing one of the most hearty meals of your life. If there’s a long queue for the restaurant, don’t worry as they provide complimentary drinks and snacks while you’re waiting for a table.

Hai Di Lao Hot Pot

Address: 313 Orchard Road Level 4, [email protected] Singapore 238895

Website: Hai Di Lao

Opening hours: 10:30 am - 3:00 am

Average price for two people: 23-34 USD

2. Beauty In The Pot

Inspired by the culture of ‘food for health’, Beauty In The Pot offers six delicious and nourishing soup bases fuelled with rich flavors. The ingredients are specially made by their own team of chefs to match with the flavourful soup bases for customers’ enjoyment. Don’t miss out on the signature homemade fish tofu which is prepared daily for the best melt-in-your-mouth texture and is only available at Beauty In The Pot.

Beauty In The Pot

Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road KINEX #03-38, 437157 / 176 Orchard Rd, #05-15/16 The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843

Website: Beauty In The Pot

Opening hours: 11:30 am - 3:00 am

Average price for two people: 23-34 USD

3. Captain K

Located at 112 Middle Road, Captain K is Singapore’s first and only Korean seafood tower and hot pot restaurant and definitely the place to be for seafood and shellfish lovers. Captain K serves a fresh variety of seafood served in each tower, and it has proven to be the best interactive fit for all sorts of gatherings and occasions for customers. Aside from seafood towers, they also serve army stems for lunch!

Captain K

Address: 12 Middle Rd, #01-00A Midland House, Singapore 188970

Website: Captain K

Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 11:30 am - 2.30 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Average price for two people: 35 USD

4. Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine

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Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine serves some of the best Chinese dishes in Singapore that’s perfect for huge gatherings and occasions. With a variety of cooking methods and special ingredients, you won’t be going home hungry. They also offer authentic dim sums which are available daily and are specially crafted by their own Hong Kong chefs.

Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine

Address: 75 Airport Boulevard Changi Airport Terminal 3 #01-02 Crowne Plaza, 819664

Website: Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine

Opening hours: Sunday 10:30 am - 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm, Monday - Saturday 11:30 am - 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Average price for two people: 12-23 USD

5. Crystal Jade Kitchen

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

With over 100 outlets across 25 major cities, there is no wonder as to why Crystal Jade is a favorite among many customers. Their heartwarming flavors will definitely make you come back for more. From signature dim sums, classic congee, and sizzling wok specialties, there’s always something for everyone. Be sure to choose from the chef recommendation set menus and appreciate the freshness of their ingredients.

Crystal Jade Kitchen

Address: 68 Orchard Rd #02-32, Plaza Singapura Singapore 238839 / 2 Lorong Mambong Holland Vlg / 391 Orchard Road

Website: Crystal Jade Kitchen

Opening hours: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Average price for two people: 12-22 USD

6. Da Miao Hotpot

Editor’s note: establishment is permanently closed

Originating all the way from Chengdu, Da Miao Hotpot is a well-known chain of high-quality hot pot restaurant. What makes Da Miao Hotpot unique is that they use grapeseed oil that has been freshly prepared in Sichuan. Instead of using butter, they use vegetable oil which gives that refreshing and natural flavor. If you’d like to try traditional Sichuan delights, the ingredients at Da Miao Hot Pot are truly authentic.

Da Miao Hotpot

Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01-11 The Cannery, 179022

Website: Da Miao Hotpot

Opening hours: Monday - Thursday, Sunday 11:30 am - 10:30 pm, Friday - Saturday 11:30 am - 5:00 am

7. LongQing Hotpot 隆庆

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

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LongQing Hotpot offers soups that are free from MSG, so it’s great news if you’re looking for a healthier meal. The soups are slow-cooked for 10 hours to ensure that the flavourful broths derived purely from the herbs, meat, and other condiments can be tasted. Customers loved how fresh the ingredients were and how refreshing the soups tasted. It’s a healthy option for the perfect gathering for family and friends.

LongQing Hotpot 隆庆

Address: 18 Hongkong St, Singapore 059661

Website: LongQing Hotpot 隆庆

Opening hours: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Average price for two people: 35 USD

8. Upin Hot Pot

Upin Hot Pot serves a delectable steamboat buffet that will surely satisfy your steamboat cravings. They also offer natural tomato soup with no MSG added. You’ll also be able to enjoy a live entertainment of professionals performing the traditional Chinese art form of “Bian Lian.” Located at three branches, Clark Quay, Orchard and West Coast, they are exploring more branches in Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries.

Upin Hot Pot

Address: Clarke Quay Central Branch #03-87,6 Eu Tong Sen ST Singapore 059817

Website: Upin Hot Pot

Opening hours: 11:00 am - 3:00 am

9. Paradise Hotpot

Paradise Hotpot is a modern Hong Kong steamboat concept that serves diners an individual hotpot with their desired broth in a gold metal pot. Choose from an array of delicious soup base selections and a wide variety of fresh ingredients. There’s surely something you’ll like, as there are 13 different soup bases to choose from. The soups are simmered for hours to bring out the flavors of the ingredients. For an unforgettable hotpot experience, Paradise Hotpot also offers in-house specialties which are prepared by their chefs to match perfectly with every soup base.

Paradise Hotpot

Address: 1 Sengkang Sq #03-05 Singapore 545078 Sengkang

Website: Paradise Hotpot

Opening hours: Saturday - Sunday 10:30 am - 10:00 pm, Monday - Friday 11:15 am - 10:00 pm

10. JPOT

Editor’s note: establishment is permanently closed

Inspired by the increasing demand for hotpot dining in Singapore, JPOT offers a variety of unique and exquisite hotpot soup bases that are inspired by flavors of local favorites. From fresh seafood to succulent meats and dim sums, there’s surely something to suit every taste bud here at JPOT. The ambiance at JPOT creates the ideal setting for a comforting solo meal and the best gathering over a pot of wholesome soup filled with the most appetizing ingredients.


Address: 10 Tampines Central 1 #03-16 Tampines 1 Singapore 529536

Website: JPOT

Opening hours: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

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If you’re traveling to Singapore anytime soon and love hotpots with all your heart, then these restaurants are definitely worth the visit. It’s time for a comforting and heartwarming meal.

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