7 Dunlop Street
Singapore 209337

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Friday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:00am

Monday:
11:30am - 02:00am

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Came here for lunch ($25.80) on a weekday and there were only 2 tables eating.

The good thing about this shop is the fact that you can choose 3 soups, however only the chicken and pork broth are free. The rest of the soup will be an additional $3 or more each. I opted for tomyum and laksa. I love tomyum so when I had my first sip, I was disappointed. The tomyum somehow was lacking. It was not as flavourful as other hotpot shops and was on the oily side. Laksa however was good, mildly spicy with the taste of the coconut milk coming through. Pork broth surprisingly was light and good as well.

Variety-wise I would say they offer quite a lot, more then 50 types of items. We tried their pork, beef and mutton. Pork was good, with a good amount of fat. Beef was ok, wish there was more fats. Mutton was slightly tough but did not have a strong smell at all.
Their seafood the clams and scallop came slightly frozen with ice and had a slightly not so nice seafood taste.
They also offer sumiri, beancurd, eggs, mushrooms and vegetables which I won't mention.

I also opted for free flow of drinks and ice cream (+$4). They offer fruit punch which was good, not too sweet with a carrot-y taste. Rose which is Bandung but without the milk and blueberry. For ice cream there's coconut, cookies and cream, chocolate, mint and strawberry.

Overall this place offers a good variety of food where you'll have something that you would like. For me it was the cookies and cream ice cream.

Because of the situation now we can’t take the ingredients ourselves so the auntie who works there had to help us take our orders. I guess she didn’t want to make so many rounds because she’s working alone so she gave us a really huge portion of meat hahaha. The soup bases I ordered (pork, tomato and mala) were not bad! They’re very flavourful. Ingredients wise, just normal I guess.

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Onepot offers a wide variety of soups and ingredients at affordable prices. You can get up to 3 soups per table and we got laksa, mala and chicken soup. The chicken was a bit plain for our liking but the laksa and mala were flavourful and yummy.

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Yes, with #burpplebeyond it's possible. Although it's not the best, it's not too bad either considering the spread available (scallops, bamboo clams, mutton slices, etc). You're able to satisfy your mala cravings definitely. Do note that your clothes will smell of mala oil after the meal, so just go really casual if you want to!

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The sauces are pretty standard, & are right by the entrance. Next to that are the ice cream freezer & free flow sugary drinks station - these cost $2 extra (total), which I didn't opt for & I felt I wasn't missing out on much.

For meat, I basically whacked the beef & mutton as I usually do. They weren't too fatty, which is great! The other options are pork & chicken.

The main section where the rest of the ingredients are saw a large variety seafood (the bamboo clams were a bit smelly though), mushrooms, vegetables, my favourite tang hoon & thick sweet potato noodles, & I must have cracked 4 eggs into the soup nearing the end of my meal 😂 Overall, in terms of variety & quality of food, I was quite happy with what was offered.

Give the Xiao Long Baos a miss, though - despite being included in the buffet price, they aren't actually nice. Not much soup inside, & the skin is way too thick. The top is also very stiff & hard (that's what she said).

💷 Cash/NETS only
🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Eatigo for 50% off, clicked through via Shopback for cashback
🍽 Burpple Beyond partner
📱 Accepts GrabPay

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You choose 3 soup bases at the start of your meal - the soup bases costs additional, but the prices are still kept reasonable. The 3 soups are segmented in a square - that is 1 large, 2 small. The prices on the soup menu are determined by how many pax are dining, not how big your soup pot is (large/small).

I chose the chicken, laksa & herbal soup bases, the former is considered basic
& the latter 2 premium. I enjoyed them all, & I find the laksa soup particularly special. It's great for ingredients that really soak up the soup; I enjoyed putting my fried tau kee, all sorts of mushrooms & noodles inside. & the laksa isn't crazy spicy for me, so it was a pleasure to drink.

💷 Cash/NETS only
🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Eatigo for 50% off, clicked through via Shopback for cashback
🍽 Burpple Beyond partner
📱 Accepts GrabPay

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