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Signature Chicken Set - $28
Individual hotpot that set comes with array of option. The chicken set comes with 200g of chicken boneless drumsticks chunks as main, so fresh and tender. Set includes soup base, vegetable platter, free flow condiments & ice shaved dessert. Great place for small group gathering, can get quite loud during a full house
Xiabu Xiabu

The old stalwart still does it best. That wonderful crunch, the super yummy marinade. And doesn’t it look just beautiful! Even good dabao. Doesn’t come cheap though

Had high hopes as it was one of their signature dishes. However the salted egg sauce didn’t survive the wait of 20 mins before I could eat it. Solidified and was wierd

All exceptional value, even though sets were not available at night. Accommodating efficient lovely little place. All could be spicier

A lot of ingredients in the prawn tom yum, including tofu skin, egg, etc. Swopped to glass noodles & couldn’t even finish. Manageable heat, could be spicier. Do note their extra value sets are not available for dinner, but good value anyway.

Azmaya @azmaya.robertson offers a 90-minute buffet featuring unlimited servings of Gunma and Kagoshima Wagyu and Snow Crab, prepared either as yakiniku or simmered in shabu-shabu, priced at just $68++.

Elevate your experience with free-flow alcohol for an extra $40++, transforming it into an unforgettable Wagyu feast. The all-you-can-drink alcohol menu includes sake, highball, asahi, calpis, coke beer, red, white, as well as umeshu plum wines.

On Mondays to Wednesdays, make the most of the extended Ladies Night, where you can join your girl gang for additional drinks with soju and highball available for just $3.90 per glass.

Location: Azmaya, 30 Robertson Quay, #01-12, Singapore 238251

The "Fried Rice with Minced Pork and Preserved Vegetables" ($15.90) was a satisfying addition to our meal. 🍚🥢

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We indulged a bit with the "Salted Egg Fried Dough Sticks" ($7.90), appreciating the delicate salted egg coating and the sweet sticky sauce. 😋

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The "Lychee Prawn Ball" ($18.80) was an interesting dish with prawn shaped like lychees—fresh and well-prepared. 🍤

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For some vegetable variety, we opted for the "Assorted Vegetables Platter (S)" ($13.80). It was a standard assortment, well-prepared and washed. 🥦🍅

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We began with the "Live Soon Hock" ($8.80/100g) and "Collagen Fish Soup" (an additional $18). The price was on the higher side, but the freshness and smooth texture of the fish made it worth it. The use of modern cooking techniques, pressure-steaming in a granite stone pot, was a notable touch. The fish was sizable enough to satisfy the family. 🐟✨

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