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LongQing

946 Wishlisted
~$40/pax
隆庆 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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For frog leg fans who like things spicy, locally-owned @longqingsingapore’s “Wok-fried Spicy Bullfrog Legs” offers the best of both worlds. They use fresh frogs, “mala” spices, and throw in potato, prawn paste, tofu and black fungus to round it up into a one-dish meal. GL really good with a bowl of plain rice.

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First time its a surprise meal from @singaporeliciouz, and I really enjoyed, so decided to order again.
The frog are fresh, fleshy (aka a lot of meat), cooked with mala spices, spicy but the numbness is not overwhelming after eating it. Basically its really shiok.
💰$30 for 2 pax or $56 for 4 pax.

For place order, WhatsApp 8100 0785
Free delivery if order above $60. .
📍LongQing.
18 Hong Kong Street.

This to me was the ultimate prawn noodles, on many levels - the broth, the crustacean (Langoustine), the meat (Iberico Pork Jowl); and the noodles (Japanese Somen).
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The broth was first fried with lots of prawn heads, under high intense heat, then mixed with the pork bone broth and cooked with szechuan chilli, fresh chilli, onions and belachan, so it's spicy and very prawny.
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And the langoustine, an ingredient that just screams luxury, more usually found at Fine-dining restaurants. Longqing uses wild-caught Mozambique Langoustine, whch is more tender, and has a stronger crustacean flavour.
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Longqing don't sell it on its own. But here's how to make a few bowls of these when you have steamboat there:
1. Order the spiced prawn soup as the steamboat base ($17).
2. Get the Langoustine ($9.80 each, min two pieces per order).
3. Cook some Iberico Pork Collar ($30), or Iberico Pork Jowl ($18), or just standard pork collar ($12);
4. Have it with Tang-O pictured ($7.80), or other vegetables ($5.80 onwards).
5. Choose your noodles ($1.50 onwards, Japanese Somen pictured).
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This way, besides a hearty steamboat meal with friends and family, you get this bowl of awesome prawn noodles too.
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Thanks owner @bigj_james for the treat!
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I visit other steamboat places regularly too, including Hai Di Lao monthly which is near my home. But I feel Longqing serves the best soup base, including their mala which has a more complex herbiness to it compared to the more single-dimensional mala at HDL (which I felt was just spicy).
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Being a friend of Longqing's owner James, @bigj_james, I've also tried all other soup base they serve - lotus root and lily bulb, pork bone clear broth, tomato soup, wild mushroom, and shark's fin melon herbal soup, and I found them to be thick and deep in flavours, and has none of the artificial flavourings.
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I also found they have several gems that you should order - Japanese flying squid ($16), handmade pork balls and fish paste ($12), and pig stomach ($9), just to name a few of my favourites.
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Jot this classy steamboat place down for your next snazzy date night. Choose from their selection of au naturale soup bases — we recommend the Wild Mushroom ($17) and Spicy Ma La ($17). Great for dousing in broths are the Handmade Fish Paste ($12), Handmade Prawn Paste ($14), the tender Premium U.S. Short Rib ($22) and the addictive Crispy Beancurd Skin Roll ($6.80). Wash it down with their herbal tea specially imported from China.
Photo by Burppler Mushy Munching

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Pretty good hotpot place with fresh and good variety of ingredients. Including quite a fair bit of fish and seafood selection! Their deep fried beancurd roll is amazing too, retaining that bit of crunch after a 3-5sec soak in the bubbling hot broth. Meat were thinly sliced and aren’t too fatty either. One of their to go for broth is definitely the mushroom base! Not overly thick but fragrant and flavorful enough. Mushroom broth seems to be the upcoming trend too! Price is decent with the kind of quality guaranteed.

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