9 Bras Basah Road
#01-01 Rendezvous Hotel
Singapore 189559

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10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

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For army stew lovers, this is one buffet you will enjoy. At $25.90 (30% off with #burpplebeyond) you can a pretty good range of street food ingredients like tteokbokki, odeng and of course ramyeon 😍 there are meat ingredients like pork belly and prawns and we loved the prawns so much as they were so fresh! The broth is abit too sweet for my liking though! For cooked food they include fried chicken and mandu, which were so crispy and juicy, and they pair so well with their garlicky sauce! Their service is very good as well, definitely recommend if you love your Korean hotpot!

We found the selection to be a tad limited, but the quality was not bad. Fried items were few which include fried chicken, mandu, seaweed roll) but standard hotpot items were there which include: various mushrooms, carrot, radish, veggies, corn, luncheon meat, cheese tofu, hotdog, crabstick, egg, seaweed, meat (pork collar, pork belly, chicken), seafood (lala, prawns) fish cake skewers, tteokboki (original, cheese, sweet potato).

We really liked the fishcake skewers and sweet potato tteokboki. The pork belly was not bad as well as it was quite tender. As for the soup bases, there're quite a few to choose from and we just went with the classic non spicy option. We found 90mins to be just enough time to fill our tummies. Service was average but they seem to be understaffed. We paid $41 for 2pax using burrple for a weekend dinner which we thought was quite worth it. However we believe there are better options elsewhere for their normal prices. Read from previous reviews that there's free fried rice at the end of 90 mins but we weren't offered any though.

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Went to 90 Minutes to try their Army Stew Buffet😍 90 Minutes reminds me of Dookki but with lesser teoppoki options! Used the Burpple Premium Lite deal where you get 30% off anddd paid about $30 for 2 pax!! Would say that it was really worth with the deal and food was decent too😇 Overall ratings 7.5/10!!👍🏻

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Went for the weekday lunch for the Hotpot Buffet, opting for the "90Mins The Best" sauce, made with a combination of Home made sauce, gungjung sauce, and volcano sauce. With this sauce, expect a tinge of sweetness and spiciness in a slightly thick textured broth. Expect free flow tteobokki, ramyeon, a wide spread of ingredients — chicken, pork collar,pork belly, cheese tofu, chicken sausage, luncheon meat, and the commonplace fare one can often find in other hotpot buffets as well. On the side, expect ready made dishes including spring rolls (don't be cheated by its seaweed chicken facade), vegetable gyoza, and pretty good and crispy chicken wings. Quintessential eomuk at a hotpot buffet was also thick and huge, tasting even better when dipped into the hotpot sauce. I thought the spread here for the price was pretty amazing and worth it, especially with lunchtime pricing. With every meal, you get free flow drinks. Unfortunately, I did not pace myself well enough and completely missed out on the free fried rice at the end. However, I thought it was for the better as food wastage costs the usual $5 with every 100g. Available for addition includes items like corn dogs which I was too full to order, ice cream, beef shabu (for people who want more options other than chicken/pork) and a cheese ring to dip your tteobokki and ingredients on the side. While it was my first time at a Korean Hotpot Buffet, I learnt a lot about pacing myself to better enjoy the other ingredients and fried rice I missed out, and I do see myself coming back again to try them again next time. Personally, the thicker paste-like broth would not be my usual go-to as compared to chinese hotpot where the soup is lighter and more enjoyable to drink. But I do think its an alternative experience that I forsee myself craving for occassionally. With that, I am glad that 90 Mins is an affordable option which I will return to get my korean buffet fix.

However, do note that it gets crowded and service really isn't the best. Staff are at best flippant and seemingly constantly flustered. The staff picking the food doesn't really take into consideration the quantity you ask for — usually resulting in more than less, affecting your ability to eat what you want later. So do make sure you request for the amount you ~really~ want. Not the friendliest faces around here, but well, they do get busy and they are just trying to do their job. So do manage expectations with respect to service!


why do i always forget that i don't like tteokbokki that much? in kdramas they always look so freakin good?! anyway the cheese tteokbokki is good but the rest will just fill you up like no tomorrow. soup (got the best? or smth) is salty. meat and enoki were our favourite parts! not bad overall & good price with burpple but gotta make wise choices yea

at the end of your meal they’ll try this for you for free!! make sure to finish everything in your pot first or the lady will be grumpy fr. was pretty good! lots of spam. u HAVE to remember to leave space for this and not overload on the buffet. just leave a tad bit stomach room and you’re good.