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6 Raffles Boulevard
#02-102 Marina Square
Singapore 039594

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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Highly recommend the tomato soup and mushroom soup. Good quality and no-frills Chinese hotpot.

I am probably the worst Chinese person ever, with Chinese Restaurant cuisine ranking pretty low in my books. However, I make exceptions for 2 things: Hawker food & hotpot.

You can choose from 3 soup bases - we did tomato & chicken (split down the middle of the pot), & spicy mala (a smaller pot in the center). Being a non-spicy lover, mala wasn't my favourite but I did dip some beef slices in it - the mala really packs a punch & so I appreciated it being there. Surprisingly, I preferred the tomato soup over the chicken for its rich flavours. The chicken soup was lighter on the palette, also enjoyable - so I feel this was a good trio to select.

Having dined in a sizeable group of 8, I was able to try a variety of different options. Obviously not going to review all of them one by one, but overall this experience didn't disappoint.

Pretty spoiled for choice with such a wide selection of ingredients to choose from. From the meats to the vegetables, mushrooms & tofu - ingredients are fresh & good. It's actually difficult for me to pick a favourite 😂 Service is fast & attentive, & I would love to return.

Sauces are self-service from a little counter - I helped myself to heaps of garlic. Drinks are $2 freeflow, but on hindsight I would've skipped this as being surrounded by amazing flavours throughout my meal, I ended up drinking mostly water as is my usual habit.

Prices were surprisingly reasonable - ended up paying


Sorry all hai di lao but this place wins HDL in many ways. First, much shorter queues and more quiet environment. Second, cheaper if not equal price. Third, amazing tomato broth. Ingredients used are fresh. Quantity and quality both hit the mark. Although it does not provide as many fancy services as hai di lao, it makes an effort. There was once a face changing performance during our meal. Beat that.

Shang Pin is definitely a cheaper alternative as compared to other famous places. The concept and food is similar, and yet you can enjoy it at a cheaper price. I will definitely come back again to satisfy my hot pot cravings 😊

Lovely dinner. Service and food are great. Cheaper than those popular places. 6 pax - $207 had prawn balls, pork, beef, vegetables, fish, etc. soup base : mala, chicken soup and tomato. This is at Marina Square

then these two trolls said to jiak dinner at the new shang pin outlet at marina square. so we hitched their ride back to pan pacific again. lol.
the mala soup base here was quite fragrant sia. the meats all went very well with it. siao langs xy and wz were happily devouring the kidneys and livers.
for the non-connoisseur me, my favourite items were the black pork, pork belly, fish slices and the dumplings.
good thing about this brand is the short waiting time and the price. bad thing is theres no laksa broth for me.
$35 per pax.
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