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My second visit here. Enjoyed this hybrid Japanese-Chinese hot pot. The tasty soup is nice compared to traditional Shabu Shabu.

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This is a Chinese-style Japanese hot-pot, which makes it interesting. I took the miso soup base and enjoyed it. Regular Shabu Shabu soup base is plain like water. Worth it.


An all you can eat steamboat buffet for RM47, an absolute deal considering the spread is complete with all manner of meat and seafood

📸 By Burppler Melissa Teo

Pork Cheek Shabu Shabu set (RM35.90)
The soup base is fantastic with a good variety of choices. I tried the hot and spicy milk. It is very very spicy! Beware!

📸 & ✍🏻 By Burppler EMS Huang

Comfort food at its best. Food was cooked by steaming above a pot of porridge. The natural juices of the food dripped & cooked the porridge. Porridge will then be consumed once you are done with the food. Must order is 沙白 clams! Big, fresh & juicy!

This stylish restaurant along Jalan Beringin takes on seafood hot pot, and the star Baked Fish Hotpot (from RM70) that comes in a variety of soup flavours like tomato, sweet corn and Sichuan, is stellar. The fish (choose between red snapper, pomfret, grouper and barramundi) is marinated in spices and is baked to order. You should also make room for their Seafood Platter (RM49.90) filled with fresh squid and prawns, clams and sliced abalone, as well as the Fresh Mud Crab (from RM45.90).
*Grab from City Square, ~SGD5, ~3-min ride
Photo by Burppler Atteleth Don Shane


Eat like a king here

You can make your own sauces here.

The seafood is fresh.

This is my designated dinner spot before heading back to Singapore.

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hw n0t t0 miss when it's inexpensive & yummy! 🤤🤤

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The clear soup is free and the other soups are chargeable. We got clear and mala hehe. The clear soup’s really tasty and we could taste the Ti Po (dried sole fish) flavour in it too. The mala was pretty alright just that it wasn’t spicy enough for us 😅

It’s steamboat for dinner at Bukit Indah.

Love the freshness of the ingredients. The tom yum soup is just too good for the burning tongue to stop. Shiok!

Average: S$30/pax