Looking for an affordable hotpot restaurant? Spicy Bangkok Hotpot is a new Thai hotpot restaurant in Chinatown with flavourful soup bases, unlimited hotpot ingredients, and sauces that go perfectly with whatever you choose.
With their ala-carte hotpot priced at S$13.90, and a variety of 7 soup bases to choose from Tom Yum to fish soup, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Each hotpot is packed with ingredients, and you’ll taste its rich flavours with each mouthful. Try their uniquely flavoured Sliced Beef Golden Soup (S$19.90), consisting of sour papaya and other seasonal ingredients, or go with a classic Mala hotpot (S$15.90) packed with spice.
Otherwise, purchase a hotpot set at S$19.90, where you can choose from Tom Yum Goong or Sliced Beef Tomato Soup, including premium ingredients such as tiger prawns, lala, seasonal vegetables and more. Not to mention, every hotpot set also comes with crunchy prawn crackers, glass noodles, mango sticky rice and the restaurant’s signature sauce.
The ingredients are arranged buffet-style, and you can also select your own ingredients from a well-stocked fridge, as well as get unlimited servings of rice, and did we mention free soup refills?
Pair your hotpot with a glass of Thai Milk Tea at only S$1.90, or add on sides like Lemongrass Chicken Wings (S$3.90), Fried Mantou (S$4.80), and other tasty options.
Helmed by chef Chen Yong Qiao, who previously worked in a Michelin-starred restaurant and perfected the art of making Tom Yum soup in Thailand, the restaurant’s opening was much anticipated by hotpot lovers. Tucked in a corner in Peoples’ Park Complex, the restaurant has a cosy atmosphere, and Thai decor to complement its theming.
Spicy Bangkok Hotpot is an affordable and delicious option for your hotpot cravings, so feel free to make the trip down sometime soon!
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