Media Tasting at Little Sheep Hot Pot
After successful opening at One Fullerton, Little Sheep Hot Pot has opened its second outlet at Orchard Gateway. If you’re new to Little Sheep Hot Pot, this brand is brought by No Signboard Holdings Ltd. Under No Signboard Holdings are No Signboard Seafood, Little Sheep Hot Pot, Mom’s Touch Korean Chicken & Burger and beer brand Draft Denmark. What makes Little Sheep Hot Pot different from the Chinese hotpot mainly is its use of lamb meat with only 180 days which is said to be natural, healthy, and precious and could only be taken once a year. Little Sheep Hot Pot is all-hailed from Inner Mongolia, China, known for having hot pot without any dipping sauce. However, there is a variety of dipping sauces where you may mix and match. Also, appetiser and fruits to tuck in while waiting for your food.
Usually when we order lamb meat, it has a very overpowering smell and flavour to it that. We can’t tell whether this plate of sliced meat is lamb as it has no bad gamey lamb smell or taste. The kurobuta pork was thinly sliced and cooked instantaneously in the hot boiling soup. I would recommend dipping sauces to the meat as the taste was very mild.
There are only four soup broth; original, spicy, tomato and mushroom soup. You may order a single soup or a half & half.
We’ve also tried ready-to-eat spicy beef/lamb skewers. Decent mala with numbling however the meats are tough to bite.
Time for some seafood, the seafood platter with mussels, scallops, prawns and sliced squids served in a big bowl of crushed ice.
Little Sheep Hot Pot is recommended if you’re a fan of lamb meat for hot pot. Service can be better improve.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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