Chinese hotpot with various soup base and fresh ingredients. Most importantly, our soup bases are all free of MSG! LongQing truly treasure family values and believes having quality time spent over a good meal would bring closer bonds...

18 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059661

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm



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Mapo Tofu Don ($12)
Newly launched rice bowls for lunch @longqingsingapore and this mapo tofu is really rocking it. The tofu and minced pork are wok fried with homemade prawn paste, roasted chillis and chinese wine. Everything was on point, from the juiciness of the minced pork to even the gravy that drenched the rice. I especially loved that all too familiar slightly numbing sensation from the peppercorns.

It’s really clever of LongQing to offer these $12 lunch bowls (price comes with a bottled herbal tea or honey lemon)! I’d advise against taking the Mapo Tofu Don’s name for it; because this was less of a mapo tofu than a mala tofu dish. The bowl relies on tongue-tingling ma la notes to uplift the soft squares of tofu.

Another of the lunch bowls recently introduced here that I like is the “Spicy Tofu Rice Bowl”.
The minced pork and chunky pieces of soft soya bean curd are cooked in the same spice base as what goes into the terrific “Ma La” soup served in their steamboat.
I think they calibrate the spiciness in this dish well as it‘s tasty with a respectable level of heat but not excessive since it’s meant for the lunch crowd. And since that’s made up of mostly office folks in the vicinity, obviously they can’t be returning to work all sweaty and sniffing from too much chilli, right? 😆
This rice bowl set costs $12 (before GST) and includes a bottle of herbal drink. Customers can choose from rosella tea, honey lemon or chrysanthemum tea.

I don’t have D.I.Y. hotpots on a very regular basis but when I do, LongQing is one of the few on my list of places. Just last week, I read about the launch of new lunch bowls on their Instagram. That prompted a visit immediately.
Designed to cater to the office crowd in the area, the menu offers 4 types of lunch bowl sets priced at $12 or $14 (before GST). Each comes with a free bottle of herbal drink: rosella tea, honey lemon or chrysanthemum tea. Of course, there’s the option to add on side dishes if you are feeling extra hungry / greedy.
Because I went in a group, I got a chance to try all the sets. The two I found tastiest but for very different reasons, were the “Mapo Tofu Rice Bowl” and the “Pickled Mushroom Somen” shown above.
The latter, a chilled dish of very soft noodles, assorted pickled mushrooms, cured cucumber and crunchy white fungus in a vinegary sauce, was bright and refreshing. Ideal as a light lunch in Singapore’s sweltering heat.

Another must have ingredient in hot pots as it not only provides the carbs but the way it absorbs the flavour of the broth like a spongbob squarepants, you just got to say Yum!

Loved these marinated beef tendon which were remarkable to go with the MaLa broth hot pot. The marination is not really evidently spicy when you taste it, but don't they look so delectable, almost good enough to eat them as it is!

A friend casually mentioned about this hotpot place that had MSG-Free soup and obviously I had to try!

Ordered the twin pot containing mushroom soup + mala ($25) & it was heavenly. To be warned that prices are not cheap like other budget hotpot places & very close to Hai Di Lao/Beauty In The Pot even. Luckily Eatigo had a 50% off for the time period we picked and everything came up to about $120 ($60+ for 2 pax after discount)!!!

I really really enjoyed the mushroom soup and I left the restaurant feeling super satisfied instead of feeling thirsty/bloated/heavy/uncomfortable like what other hotpot places would.

Really would come back again but my only gribe was that the selection of beef was limited to 2 types - Angus Oysterblade & US Short Ribs. They were quality cuts after all, so it was a lil pricey ($22).

These little balls of taro (terror) is so good, you'd have every legitimate reason to get them even if you are so full from the hotpot feasting. This came deep fried with a crispy yet QQ outer layer much like a 鹼水角 (lye water) and had a nice sweet blend of sweet potato and yam inside. For those who like the teochew iconic dessert - orh ni 芋泥 (sweet yam purée), this is a great rendition of your favourite yam paste dessert that you would want to end your meal with. However, you need to pre-order this beforehand.

So disappointed with this

Otherwise known as the "hundred pages of the beef stomach" 牛百頁”. It has an almost Japanese sounding name, and is actually the 3rd compartment of the stomach which has really a not well understood function. Who cares anyway as this almost crunchy texture gets chomped down, again goes best with the Mala broth.

For those who love the flavours. This is as "strong" as it can get, if you get what I mean.

Full bodied chive fillings that would certainly keep us coming back for more! A thought crossed our mind that this might be the one we can come back for just for a light lunch!

Best for Mala hotpot, soaking in all the flavours of the broth.

Sliced tioman fish rolled beautifully into rose blossoms with cherry tomatoes as buds. Not the most impressive, but visually captivating.

This Hong Kong Street restaurant is our pick for Chinese mala hotpot with class. Elegantly decked out, it is perfect for an intimate dinner with a spice-loving date. For a fuss-free meal, order one of the three hotpot set menus (from $55, serves two) to share. Each set comes with a variety of meat and vegetables, along with a divided pot for two MSG-free broths — we highly recommend the tongue numbing mala as well as the rich and concentrated wild mushroom. If you're really specific about what you want though, consider ordering everything a la carte, from broths to ingredients. That's what Burppler Veronica Phua did, filling the table with tender Premium U.S Short Rib ($22) and Mangalitsa Pork Collar ($30). For best value, visit on a Tuesday, where you can enjoy their one-for-one promotion on all meats, except luncheon meat. You're welcome.
Avg price: $40
Photo by Burppler Sam Chua

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