Located next to Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong @ TripleOne Somerset, this is arguably the best chinese hot-pot place in Singapore.
The place is always full – you don’t have to dream about getting a table without any reservations. (This picture was taken when they just opened for business for the day).
SAUCE ($3.50 per pax) – There are 12 types of ingredients to choose from for your own concoction of sauce – unfortunately, you gotta pay $3.50 per pax for this!! The sauce is not bad at all…but I still cannot believe it cost me more than a bowl of bak chor mee 😦
SOUP BASE ($12-$18 each) – There are about 10 types of soup bases available. We tried the Mala and Pork Bone soup…I am not a fan of mala so I indulged on the pork bone soup which I thoroughly enjoyed. The bro loved his mala and even returned for more a few days later!
[LEFT] PRAWN BALLS ($10) – Very succulent and sweet…must try!
[RIGHT] FRIED BEANCURD SKIN ($6) – My favorite hotpot accompaniment…this one is well executed and presented so beautifully it’s definitely a must-try, too!
Besides these, we also tried the kurobuta pork slices, chicken, lamb which all came with quality.
Definitely a fine hot-pot experience that is worth revisiting (occasionally given the price) – especially since I have stopped frequenting the Hotpot buffets at bugis after learning from some friends that they reuse their Mala soup bases – eeks!
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant
Tel: +65 6732 8231
Add: 111 Somerset Road, #02-21 TripleOne Somerset, Singapore
Mon–Sat: 11.30am–3pm, 6.30pm–11pm
Sun: 11am–3pm, 6pm–11pm
Spend: Approximately $40 per pax