Media Tasting at City Hot Pot
If you’re a hot pot lover and work in the CBD, check out City Hot Pot at wallet-friendly prices. We have ordered their popular set B (S$59.99 for 2 pax) that comes with 10 items including Wagyu chuck eye roll, pork collar, fish fillet, prawns, prawn paste, luncheon meat, crab stick, vegetable platter, mushroom combo and a staple. There are 12 different soup bases to choose from the classic chicken soup, Sichuan spicy, Thai Tom yum soup, tomato to Korean kimchi soup to the recommended fish soup (+S$1), bak kut teh (+S$2), prawn (+S$3) soup. At City Hot Pot, we were served individual hot pot. That’s hassle-free as my friend is allergic to seafood while I’m a big fan of seafood! Each set meal is inclusive of a variety of sauces and appetiser.
What I had in my hot pot? I’ve ordered Korean kimchi soup and requested for less chilli. A marriage of kimchi and chicken soup sounds good! The service crew was attentive and offered to add more chicken soup on my visit when the soup is running low. Did I saw wagyu chunk eye roll? Nom noms! The tender and marbled Wagyu beef simply do wonders to our hot pot. I’ve also noticed that the meat was freshly sliced upon order on our visit.
Each slice of pork collar is thinly sliced and cooked within seconds!
I like it that the fish fillet (each thickly sliced) and prawn are served on a bed of ice. We can just chit chat away while eating!
Mushroom lovers will be delighted with the mushroom combo with 5 different types of mushroom.
City Hot Pot is a good choice for value for money hot pot with premium ingredients like Wagyu chuck eye roll. However, the soup broths are not as tasty as the big H brand. Comes with a generous portion for the set menu that my friend and I left with a bloated tummy.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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