Chicken Hot Pot is a franchise from Hong Kong that uses special imported sauce and cooking recipe. With many accolades under its belt, it is also highly recommended by Hong Kong Food Connoisseur Choi Lan. It presents an unique concept of "one hotpot, two delicious taste". continue reading
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12:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Beef Behemoth Chicken Hotpot Fish In A Pot Scandalously Spicy Shrimp
Review (3)
Level4 2015-06-10
Chicken Hotpot is originated from Shanghai, 69 Wu Jiang Road. It was featured by MediaCorp TV Programme on Channel 8 in Singapore and was voted as the "Top 10 Snacks" in Shanghai. They are also highly recommended by famous food connoisseur Choi Lan in Hong Kong.Having been to Shanghai and eaten their authentic Chicken Hotpot where one is allowed to go into the kitchen to select the fresh rooster and get it prepared into the hotpot, I'm kind of missing such delicacies. Just right in time with the recent Groupon Promotion, we manage to get some discounts off the hot pots.There were 4 kinds of hot pots namely beef, chicken, prawns and fish and we have chosen the Chicken pot as what's its business name suggests.Chicken Hot Pot comes with 3 sizes and 3 different spicy level, small, medium large and Non-spicy, mild spicy and spicy respectively. We took up the Medium size which costs $21.80 Originally and paired them with white rice, noodles as well as sides like Sotong Balls.Earthen clay-pot was stacked above the flaming fire which contained braised tender chicken, serving in their pot of famous broth loaded with fresh vegetables like onions, capsicums, celery and lettuce. Beware of the bubbling hot thick gravy over the heat. The medium spiciness was quite bearable and we had topped them up with chilli flakes.The rainy weather came well in time as I totally enjoy having such hot stuff during cool weathers. I bet many of us do too!We had cold drinks like Ice Lemon Tea ($2.50) and Barley ($2.50) to ease the spice during the meal. Staff on service was attentive and prompt in topping up the soup to our hotpots. It was a enjoyable session, however it was nothing compared to the one I had in Shanghai but still close enough consider its in Singapore. With promotions ongoing, I find it reasonable to visit them again but one thing to note that the price of sides in the fridge are consider dear. Consider the normal prices and its portion, its quite expensive but still good to have once in a while.For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.com continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-22
I had been Westgate during a relax weekends, although the district detached there was a little confusing but I quite like the good mix of restaurants along the path. Decided to try Chicken Hot Pot which was a franchise from Shanghai, it specialized in pot cuisines and steamboat. Pretty comfort dining environment, place was not too exaggerated yet spacious and bright. Menu provided with extensive choices, they also offered package in couple or ala-carte.Basically, there are four kinds of Hot Pot available - Chicken, Prawns, Beef and Fish. While recommended, we opted for fish instead of chicken as Ryan was a spicy adverse. Smoky fragrance was appealing, soup was just nice and not too salty. Fish was fresh indeed, meat was tender as well. Portion was average, price was sensible too. Personally, I like this dish especially during rainy day, extra warm and whole-hearted feeling. Great experience to cheer out here, everything was flavourful and definitely gave a strong kick and heat. Dinner was a pleasant affair, and thanks their staffs for the good decent service. continue reading
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Level1 2014-02-11
A new hot pot experience to me. This is not a traditional steamboat (with clear/herbal soup), in fact you have first to choose a hotpot (Chicken/Fish/Beef/Prawn), it comes with "thick broth". After eating halfway, the service crews will come to you and offer to fill up the pot with soup where the soup is in complete "milky color". Then, you can add the normal steamboat ingredients into the pot and eat like a normal steamboat.We ordered their signature dish - Chicken hotpot, its VERY NICE and the staffs here are friendly, price is reasonable, we spent around $36 for 2 persons. continue reading
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