Situated along the stretch of restaurants and Chinese dessert shops along Liang Seah Street, the restaurant dishes out Yunnan-style hotpot till 2am.
There are two ala-carte all-you-can-eat buffets to choose from. Despite being the more affordable option, Set A (S$25.80++ for Mon to Thu, S$28.80++ for Fri to Sun) boasts an array of over 50 ingredients, including the likes of Fine Beef, Sliced Pork Belly, and Fresh Prawns.
Unique soup bases are aplenty here, with options like Pickled Cabbage, Mala, and Dongyan, as well as the signature Wild Mushroom Soup.
For a more premium option, go for Set B (S$42.80++ for Mon to Thu, S$45.80++ for Fri to Sun)
From Spanish Black Pork and Premium Lamb Shoulder to Duck Tongue and Live Mud Crab, you can expect an impressive line-up of meats, seafood, and other ingredients of the more “exotic” variety.
If I were you, I’d eat my fill of Premium Wagyu Beef (that marbling!), because how often do we find ourselves in the face of unlimited wagyu?
Given that the province is home to over 800 varieties of edible wild mushrooms, the Wild Mushroom Platter, which features prominently in Yunnan cuisine, is also a must-try.
Reservations can be made by contacting +65 69806856 or +65 83999127.
Looks like I’ll be heading down to Bugis for a much-needed hotpot fix in a bit.
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