4 munchies: A good yentafo shabu dish is made of this – tasty broth that had a good mix of spicy, sweet, and savoury flavours served in a hotpot over an open flame. It came loaded with tiger prawns, fish and prawn balls, tau kee, egg tofu, fish cakes, prawn wantons, kang kong, fried fish skin, and onsen egg. I also enjoyed the QQ texture of the glass noodles and absorption of all the flavourful liquid in the pot. #Burpproved

The Yen Ta Fo Shabu is priced at $22.80 and recommended for two to share. This was a hosted meal by Soi Thai Soi Nice; many thanks to The PR Salon for the warm hospitality and Sherena for extending the invitation!