We all know someone who loves Hotpot. Sometimes, it’s our friends, our parents, but most of the time, it’s us ourselves. We crave those piping hot soups during this stay–home period where can’t get your Hotpot fix in Singapore — unless through deliveries.
Yes, you can get to indulge in your favourite Hotpot or Mookata places in the comfort of your home! Some of them don’t even require you to have your own hotpot equipment.
It’s easy, fuss-free, and saves you the time and trouble of going out to the supermarkets to hunt for Hotpot stock and ingredients. Making your own makeshift Hai Di Lao at home just doesn’t quite feel the same.
If you’re a Hotpot aficionado, this Singapore Hotpot delivery guide will be the only thing you need for the remainder of your stay-home delivery itineraries.
Ever gotten urges to indulge in Hotpot at home, but don’t have a Hotpot ready for delivery? Fret not, because Homely Pot specialises in Individual Set Meals (S$38.80) which come with free electrical pots! Each set comes with a glut of ingredients such as Cheese Tofu and Lobster Balls, as well as a choice of Pork, Mutton, Beef, or Chicken — there’s even a mushroom-loaded vegetarian option.
Not only is there no minimum order, Homely Pot provides islandwide delivery.
Hai Di Lao
Going crazy from trying to recreate HDL at home but never getting the ratio right? Thankfully Singapore’s most popular Hotpot is available for delivery, with 2pax sets at S$108 and 4pax sets at S$168. Granted you’re missing the impeccable service but this is as close as it gets during this period.
There’s a minimum of S$98 for delivery with a delivery fee of S$20, not inclusive of cooker rental fees though the rental option is greyed out currently. If you’re up for self-collection, they are even offering 20% off your orders.
Siam Square Mookata
The Hotpots you can get for delivery aren’t just limited to your typical soupy Chinese-style Hotpots either. You can make meat sizzle at home with Mookata delivery from Siam Square, one of the most popular Mookatas in Singapore, at just $58 (2-4pax) or $88(6-8pax). Sets come with marinated meats, seafood, and everyone’s favourite — Mama Tom Yum.
They offer islandwide delivery, capped at S$10, while a S$100 spend entitles you to free delivery. Plus the rental for the equipment is free — dispatch will collect it back the next day.
City Hotpot offers some unique hotpot broths that not many other places offer. Bak Kut Teh and Teochew Fish Soup broth bases? Why not! Diners can enjoy quality items such as luxurious Wagyu Beef starting from S$54.99 for 2 pax and S$118.99 for 4 pax. Lone wolves can also feast by themselves with Single Value Set Meals starting from S$22.99.
Islandwide delivery is available with a minimum order of S$30 and S$150 gets you free delivery.
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Beauty in the Pot
If you want smooth collagen broth to keep your skin glowing even at home, Beauty in the Pot offers delivery for their Hotpots to your house, anywhere in Singapore. A 4 pax set with the choice of 2 broth bases is available for S$90.65, and includes goodies like Spanish Pork Collar and Dried Fish Maw.
There’s a minimum order of S$70, but you can spend just a bit more to hit S$120 for free delivery. Paradise Group is also offering 25% off on all walk-in takeaways.
What many people miss from dining at Hotpot restaurants is the feeling of being pampered by the staff. 168 Mookata replicates that by cooking all the food to perfection for you. While you miss out on the cooking experience (but sometimes we’re too lazy to cook) you get beautifully-seared pork belly and cheese tofu in their Meat (S$25.90) and Jumbo Platters (S$39.90).
Same day delivery is available if you order before 10am for lunch and 3pm for dinner. Orders below S$35 come at a flat S$12 fee, while orders above that will only cost S$5.
Ordering details here.
For smooth, collagen-rich broths, another one of Singapore’s beauty Hotpot brands is also open for delivery. Tsukada Nojo is a popular brand that comes from Japan, popular for their pudding-like Bijin Nabe stock. Bijin Nabe Sets come in Chicken (S$58), Pork (S$80), Beef (S$108) and are good for 2 pax.
Delivery requires a minimum order of S$50 for a flat delivery fee of S$5. While all outlets will be temporarily closed except Thomson Plaza, which will be open for takeaway and pick-up.
Aroy Mak Mak
Another Mookata delivery for those that prefer Hotpot meals that’s smokier and a touch more sinful. The best part of Aroy Mak Mak’s delivery is their Bundle Set (S$70) for 2-4pax. The catch is that it comes with a free Electric BBQ Steamboat that doesn’t have to be returned! Depends on availability — fastest fingers first.
A minimum order of S$30 for delivery is easily met, then it’s a basic fee of S$2.90+ and a distance-based surcharge based on distance beyond 1km.
Qi Xiang Chicken Pot
Qi Xiang serves a special chicken soup cooked with rich and nourishing dark soya sauce, great for those craving a heartier hotpot for delivery. There are broth choices of normal, herbal or laksa for a simple Chicken Pot (S$29.90/half, S$41.90/whole), while Half Chicken (S$97.50) and Whole Chicken (S$110) Happy Meals are also available.
The delivery fee is S$12 islandwide with a minimum order of S$60 while spending above S$80 entitles you to free delivery. Pot and stove can be included with the order (S$12 or free with S$80 spend) and will be collected within 2.5 hours of delivery.
While not the trendiest brand, COCA is an established store that’s been opened since 1987. Just ordering Hotpot for delivery can be a bit boring, which why we’re all for COCA’s Set A (3-4pax) (S$82) and Set B (5-6pax) (S$145) coming with complimentary items like Mala Fried Rice and Mala Fish Skin.
While there is no minimum order, free islandwide delivery is available for orders above S$100. And self-pick-up orders at Kallang Leisure Park, open from 11am–8pm, will be given 20% off.
Craving both laksa and hotpot? San Laksa specialises in both laksa and Hotpot, available for delivery so you can indulge in the fragrant and spicy broth at home. Set menus for 2 pax, 4 pax and 6 pax will set you back S$45, S$65 or S$100.
Islandwide delivery is available that will reach your house within 2-hour of placing the order. Self pick-ups are also available at their outlet.
Hai Xian Lao
Hai Xian Lao provides one of the most interesting Hotpot delivery option in Singapore. You can either choose to order their Hotpot Sets starting from S$68.80 for 2-3pax, or 一锅汤 (“one-pot soup”) style where everything is cooked for you, starting from S$28.
Hai Xian Lao charges a base fee of S$8 for orders that meet the minimum order of S$30 but offers free delivery for a very easy-to-hit S$50.