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10 Eunos Road 8
#01-137/138 SingPost Centre
Singapore 408600

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Priced relatively affordably, they had a surprisingly wide selection of soup and ingredient options available and you can pick and choose what you like from the conveyor belt. Similar to conveyor belt sushi chains like Sushiro and Sakae Sushi, prices are marked with coloured plates. We managed to keep the bill under $20 per pax which is quite a steal!

Their best available beef. This works out to around $1 a slice. Is it worth it? There's only flavour if you brush it in the soup and keep it pink; any more and it tastes like cheap beef. I didn't find the marbling helped much.

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This flavour is okay, nothing special. I like that every order comes with a bowl of vegetables (and one crab stick).

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quite cool idea. Each diner gets his own soup base. So no need to share or argue abt what base to choose

Six different soup base to choose from - Taiwanese Herbal Pork Rib Soup ($8.80++), Thai Tom Yum ($7.80++), Wild Mushroom Soup ($7.80++), Japanese Kombu & Bonito soup ($7.80++), Xiaolongkan Old Hotpot ($9.80++), and Tomato Soup ($7.80++). Like most hot pot places, soups are refillable upon request. Each set came with a bowl of vegetables, free-flow iced green tea or water. However, we had to top up $2++ per person for the free-flow sauce dips. As it is conveyor belt style, their ingredients came in different colour price plates - green ($0.99++), orange ($1.99++), blue ($2.99++), and red ($3.99++). I had wild mushroom soup which wasn’t really special, couldn’t really taste the mushroom, quite bland. My partner had tomato soup, which I tried and I like it so much. The tomato soup was a bit sour and refreshing.

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I tried the Tomato Soup ($7.80). Every pot of soup comes with a bowl of vegetables and mushrooms. I loved my soup. It was so sweet and addictive that I drank as much of the soup as I could. My party of six tried the other soups including Xiaolongkan Old Hotpot, Taiwanese Herbal Pork Rib Soup and Wild Mushroom Soup. No complaints, except for the Xiaolongkan Old Hotpot where there was too much zha within. I also saw a couple of patrons scooping out the zha halfway through their meal.

Since this is a conveyor belt restaurant, the food items are classified into different coloured plates. Green ($0.99), Orange ($1.99), Blue ($2.99) and Red ($3.99).

Red plates are mainly meat slices. The meat slices are sliced shabu-shabu style so it’s quite shiok to eat.

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